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More Chills! More Thrills!

by Chelsea Bennett, Reference Department

Have you been on the edge of your seat, waiting for this next installment of my Suspense Spectacular? (Just answer Yes; let’s get an atmosphere going.) My… 1,044 more words

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Serial - Through A Mirror Clear - Ch 7

“I want you to take this.”

William sat in the armchair beside Sylvie’s bed.  He’d helped her from her wheelchair and pulled the curtains closed to block the glare of the setting sun.  1,353 more words


Preview: Beneath the Mother Tree

You might have seen this book on my Aussie Debuts book stacks post recently – it has so many things I look for in a book, so I’m pretty excited to share more about it with you all closer to publication in August. 114 more words


Jan Wallace Dickinson, The sweet hills of Florence (#BookReview)

There are several reasons why I enjoyed Jan Wallace Dickinson’s historical novel The sweet hills of Florence, the first being Florence itself. I fell in love with Italy in Florence. 1,074 more words

Australian Writers

Flash Fiction - The Funeral

“The Funeral” first appeared in The Avalon Literary Review‘s Spring 2016 Issue.

I watch the funeral from the apple tree. Stupid kids. Their stupid mouse died and they have a stupid funeral. 369 more words


Women Who Imagined the Future

by James Wallace Harris – 6/20/18

Reprinted from Book Riot.

Science fiction has a reputation for excluding women writers, but recent science fiction anthologies suggest that wasn’t always true. 465 more words

Science Fiction

The Mid Summer Fire

June contains a great turning pointing in the year as the sun reaches its highest point in the sky, pauses there for a moment on June 21st and then begins the descent back towards Autumn and Winter. 291 more words

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