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Oct 20

My epic post-surgery update

As you have probably realized, these past few weeks my website has been flooded with (very kind) people who were willing to write guest posts or guest reviews for me. The reason is because I’ve been recovering from my surgery. I don’t go back to work until November 4, and the doctor won’t see me …

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Oct 20

[Guest Review by Paul Weimer] Falling Sky – Rajan Khanna

About the Book Ben Gold lives in dangerous times. Two generations ago, a virulent disease turned the population of most of North America into little more than beasts called Ferals. Some of those who survived took to the air, scratching out a living on airships and dirigibles soaring over the dangerous ground. Ben has his …

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Oct 16

[Guest Review by Elizabeth Bear] My Real Children – Jo Walton

About the Book It’s 2015, and Patricia Cowan is very old. “Confused today,” read the notes clipped to the end of her bed. She forgets things she should know—what year it is, major events in the lives of her children. But she remembers things that don’t seem possible. She remembers marrying Mark and having four …

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Oct 15

[Guest Post] Wm Henry Morris on Patience Rewarded

About the Author Wm Henry Morris writes, reads and edits all sorts of fiction with an emphasis on where literary fiction and genre fiction intersect. He can be found at @WmHenryMorris and williamhenrymorris.com. — Patience rewarded: The Goblin Emperor, Fool’s Assassin and The Mirror Empire By Wm Henry Morris I’ve been thinking about the books …

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Oct 14

Sleeping Late on Judgement Day – Tad Williams

About the Book The conclusion of Tad Williams’ brilliant Bobby Dollar series. Where does an angel go when he’s been to Hell and back? Renegade angel Bobby Dollar does not have an easy afterlife. After surviving the myriad gruesome dangers Hell oh-so-kindly offered him, Bobby has returned empty-handed – his demon girlfriend Casmira, the Countess …

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Oct 13

[Guest Post] Mercedes Murdock Yardley on Books and Butterflies

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About the Author Hi. I’m Mercedes. I have two broken laptops, three kids, a husband and no time to write, although I try my very best. I like to write stories. I like to write poems. I like to write essays and sometimes they’re funny, sometimes they aren’t. I’m the author of Beautiful Sorrows,Apocalyptic Montessa and …

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Oct 09

[Guest Post] Kenny Sowards on Outlining

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About the Author Kenny Soward grew up in a small Kentucky suburb listening to hard rock and playing outdoors. In those quiet ’70s streets, he jumped bikes, played Nerf football, and acquired many a childhood scar. His love for books flourished early, a habit passed down by his uncles, and he spent many high school …

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Oct 08

Pretty Little Dead Girls – Mercedes Murdock Yardley

About the Book “Run, Star Girl.” BRYONY ADAMS IS DESTINED TO BE MURDERED, but fortunately Fate has terrible marksmanship. In order to survive, she must run as far and as fast as she can. After arriving in Seattle, Bryony befriends a tortured musician, a market fish-thrower, and a starry-eyed hero who is secretly a serial …

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Oct 07

[Guest Post] Anton Strout on Methods of Artistic Expression, or Exploring Your Core

About the Author Anton Strout was born in the Berkshire Hills mere miles from writing heavyweights Nathaniel Hawthorne and Herman Melville. He currently lives in the haunted corn maze that is New Jersey (where nothing paranormal ever really happens, he assures you). He is the author of the Simon Canderous urban fantasy series and the …

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Oct 06

[Guest Post] Jaime Lee Moyer – A Year Isn’t so Long.

About the Author Jaime Lee Moyer lives in San Antonio, land of cowboys, cactus, and rhinestones. She writes books about murder, betrayal, friendship, magic, and kissing, an activity her cats approve of (even the kissing). Her first novel, Delia’s Shadow, was published by Tor Books September 17, 2013. The second book in the series, A …

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