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Festive Offer

We’ve put our heads together and come up with a wonderful Festive offer for anyone looking to boost their exposure. …

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Blogoff 2: The Entries

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Our second Blogoff is Live! Check out the entries, so far, below. Enjoy Post 1: The Animals of the Fantasy …

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Blogoff 2: Researching: Writing what you don’t know

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Researching: Writing what you don’t know. I’ve been writing stories since I was a child, when my knowledge of the …

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Blogoff 2: The New Book

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The new book is forcing me to write in ways I never have before, not just because of the research …

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Blogoff 2: Memories of Jake – Thoughts after Veterans’ Day

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Two brothers, traumatized as children by seeing their father murder their mother’s parents. Then as young adults, both serve in …

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Blogoff 2: Write Like You’re Naked

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I don’t like other people seeing me naked unless it’s someone I care about, and we are about to indulge …

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Blogoff 2: Where Ideas Come From

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I was wondering what I’d say if I were ever on an author panel one day, and someone asked the …

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Blogoff 2: The Change

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Chapter 10. The Change It was nearly dark. The wolf had been resting in his makeshift den, deep in the …

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Blogoff 2: 7 Advantages of Being an Indie Author

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7 Advantages of Being an Indie Author The other day I had fantasies of smacking a writer on the side …

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Blogoff 2: The Animals of the Fantasy Series 5-Ever!

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The Animals of 5-Ever! How They Came to be Part of Tam’s Tails & Tam’s Tales 😉 My daughter’s had …

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Interviews

The End of Year Interviews – #7 Catherine Taylor

Catherine

Before we get stuck in, can you tell our readers a little about yourself? Writing has been a passion all …

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The End of Year Interviews – #6 Mitch Davies

Mitch Davies

Before we get stuck in, can you tell our readers a little about yourself? My name is Mitch Davies. I’m …

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The End of Year Interviews – #5 Sikivu Hutchinson

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Before we get stuck in, can you tell our readers a little about yourself? I’m a Los Angeles-based author of …

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The End of Year Interviews – #4 Susan Moore Jordan

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Before we get stuck in, can you tell our readers a little about yourself? After a lifetime as a musician, …

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The End of Year Interviews – #3 Lee French

Lee French

Before we get stuck in, can you tell our readers a little about yourself? My name is Lee French and …

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The End Of Year Interviews – #2 Hans M Hirschi

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Before we get stuck in, can you tell our readers a little about yourself? Ah, the easy question. I’m a …

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The End Of Year Interviews – #1 James Walley

James Walley

Before we get stuck in, can you tell our readers a little about yourself? Hi, I’m James and I write …

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Jane Collins-Philippe, author of Laundered Shirts Look Better on Hangers

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Jane Collins-Philippe, author of Laundered Shirts Look Better on Hangers. Welcome to the …

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New Releases

Deborah A. Stansil – Twisted Tales 2

Twisted Tales 2

Twisted Tales 2 (Horror, Short Stories) Twisted Tales 2 is the second collection of short horror stories from Deborah A …

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Anne Allen – Echoes of Time

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Echoes of Time: The Guernsey Novels, Book V (Romance/Mystery) Betrayal, injustice and revenge echo down the years… 1940. Olive marries …

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Timothy C. Ward – Godsknife: Revolt, Book One

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Godsknife: Revolt, Book One: (Paranormal, Supernatural, Horror) The rift between Iowa and the Abyss is thinner than it seems. Modern …

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Susan Moore Jordan – Jamie’s Children

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Jamie’s Children (Coming-Of-Age) “It’s more than music: it’s light. It’s love. It’s life.” Laura and Niall Logan, children of a …

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Reviews

Review – Richard Smith’s The Darziods’ Stone

The Darzoid

The Darziods’ Stone is a very intriguing story about a small group of teenagers, following their travels and battles against …

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Review – Kyle M. Perkins’ Day of Reckoning

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The adventure continues when a mysterious figure appears at the cliffside where Niko and Kitsune chased Chisai, up to the …

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Review: Tom O’Donnell’s The Last Plutarch

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A Fog Of Lies. In the city of Panchaea, society’s elite are given godlike powers by a “fog” of microscopic …

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Review: A.B. Patterson’s Harry’s World

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Harry’s World is the debut novel from Australian author A.B. Patterson. It centers round Private Investigator Harry Kenmare. Kenmare is …

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Review: Jordan P.T. Mock’s Obsidian Dawn: From the Cold Light of Day

Obsidian

Obsidian Dawn: From the Cold Light of Day is a high fantasy about a young woman struggling to take revenge …

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Review: Susan Moore Jordan’s Eli’s Heart

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Eli Levin is a musical prodigy. Albeit one born with a serious heart defect that means he may not live …

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Review: Stephen Roffe’s Beyond Hercules: An inside story of the Moroccan hash trade

Beyond Hercules

The history of the cannabis plant is ancient and glorious; its global vilification has been less than a hundred years …

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Review: Max Allan’s Hunger

The Hunger

There’s a water-borne parasite, that originated in South America, slowly making its way up through the United States, turning everyone …

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