Monthly Archives: December 2014

A magical season

For many folks this season has an element of magic to it, what with elves crafting gifts to fulfill wish lists overnight and all. If it’s not magical enough you could add a little with a story by Alexandra Butcher. … Continue reading

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Meet Chris Pavesic

I am delighted to have a chance to introduce you to Chris Pavesic whose novel, The Caelimane Operation, is scheduled for release on January 16, 2015 by Musa Publishing. The Caelimane Operation When the Temples to the Goddess north of … Continue reading

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Meet Daniel Ausema

I’ve recently made the acquaintance of author Daniel Ausema who is involved in an exciting project, a serialized work. Spire City is now in its second season (more detail on that at the end). Characters Chels and reporter Kyner Banotosh … Continue reading

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Parties galore

It’s parties a go-go here at Word Central today. In the Chalklands, King Bewilliam and his subjects are still celebrating his birthday. For a little longer you can get The King’s Redress at a bargain price. Then I believe the … Continue reading

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Author birthday bash

It’s author Ash Stone’s birthday this month but you can get the presents (don’t forget to enter the giveaway for a chance to win). ********************************************************************************** It’s Author Ash Stone’s Birthday this month. In fact, it’s on Christmas Day!! Please join … Continue reading

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Happy birthday King Bewilliam

Here’s an interesting little factoid: most medieval people didn’t exactly celebrate their birthday; the celebrated their saint day, as in the saint for which they were named. However according to some sources, nobility did celebrate their personal birthday. King Bewilliam … Continue reading

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#HarbingerTour arrives in the Chalklands

Happy #birthday, King Bewilliam, who was officially “born” on Dec. 14, 2011 with the publication of The Lost King. No way would we limit celebrating the monarch’s birthday to one day, so today you can treat yourself to The King’s … Continue reading

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Happy birthday King Bewilliam

Happy birthday, King Bewilliam, officially “born” on Dec. 14, 2011 with the publication of the high fantasy The Lost King. The story was inspired by a friend’s real life crisis, a complete personal and professional derailment. I wanted to see … Continue reading

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December 2014 An Open Letter from Buster, The Red Hook Public Library Hound

My kind of superhero, Buster the Literacy Hound December 2014 An Open Letter from Buster, The Red Hook Public Library Hound.

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The stories behind the stories

By now you have eaten your last leftover turkey sandwich and Thanksgiving, not to mention the month of November, is a pleasant memory. A group of dedicated writers only put the nail in November’s coffin the evening of Dec. 7, … Continue reading

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