Wattpad News

Well, not news – exactly. Whoa. Back up there, little lady. It’s been awhile. You can’t just come in here expecting us not to notice you’ve ignored us all. (Ahem!) Let’s begin again… Hello Everyone!   Long time no read/write. I know, I know, my apologies for not spending time here and on your blogs. […]

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Friday Fiction: Dragon Marriages

Earlier this year, I attended a conference. Not a writing conference, but one specific to my work. A couple other members and I were talking at lunch about life in general. One started complaining about his kid and the poor choices he was making in female companionship. Then the other, an Indian-born mother of two boys, […]

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61 Farringdon Road, London, September 8th, 1915 The bomb rocked the buildings on Farringdon Road. Danny found himself lying face down on the walkway. Dust and screams filled the late evening air. A whistle sounded far above, another incoming gift from the Kaiser. He coughed, bowing his head, hands up to protect. The ground shook. […]

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Are you writer fit?

The other day, I was perusing the internet, as one is wont to do, and I came across something interesting on Julie Czerneda’s website. Ms. Czerneda is an award-winning science fiction/fantasy author. I’ve only read one of her works, In The Company of Others, which I enjoyed, but I didn’t like it enough to read […]

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Wars to End All Wars

It’s out! Don’t worry. This will be the last you’ll read of our little anthology. Well, at least on this blog. I’ll get back to my regular programming next week. Until then, why not read Wars to End All Wars? Alternate tales set during the first World War, this short story collection takes history and […]

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A bit of history

Under normal circumstances, a blog title like that would scare most readers away. (History? Bah! Give me some celebrity gossip.) But I know you. Like most writers, you probably love history as much as I do. Are you aware that this year marks the 100th year anniversary of World War One? (That’s a rhetorical question.) […]

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The Art of Book Reviews

As some of you may know, I review books for SFFWorld.com. Don’t let that fool you, though. I’m not a real reviewer. I don’t churn through tens or hundreds of books a year. I squeak out maybe one or two a month. And I spend forever thinking about the book after I’ve read it, before […]

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