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Do you dare?

Do you dare venture into Unknown Realms? The wild imaginations of ten talented authors will take you places you never dreamed of, and won’t soon forget. You can get your digital copy here in whatever format you need: https://books2read.com/unknownrealms I am … Continue reading

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No More Time (but giveaways galore)

Ah, a vacation by the sea. What could go wrong? No More Time (A Dodie O’Dell Mystery) by Suzanne Trauth   About The Book No More Time (A Dodie O’Dell Mystery) Cozy Mystery 5th in Series Lyrical Underground (July 23, … Continue reading

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Are you ready for summer?

Have you had enough winter and are dreaming of summer? Maybe you’re looking forward to getting time off, kicking back, and escaping into a few good books. Indulge in a book binge with this Summer Reading Hamper. Enter the giveaway … Continue reading

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What makes an author’s world unique?

About The OWSCyCon Fantasy Blog Tour As part of the OWS CyCon 2019, we asked our fantasy authors to write about what  makes their world, or the world of another author unique. Each of them has come up with very … Continue reading

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Toxic by Karina Kantas and Karen J. Mossman

Two authors, two versions of the same book in two exciting genres of fiction. Karen J Mossman and Karina Kantas present, Toxic.  About the story Lexi isn’t your normal Malok. She craves adventure and freedom from the mundane life forced upon … Continue reading

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No Rest for the Wicked

Other people just think they’re “haunted by the past.” In Vi’s case, it’s true. Clairvoyant Viola Thorne wants to forget about her days of grifting and running errands for ghosts. The problem? Playing it safe is dull. So when a … Continue reading

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Spring has sprung: “Flower Power Trip”

Had to give a nod to author James J. Cudney who grew up on Long Island, as I did. Flower Power Trip (Braxton Campus Mysteries) by James J. Cudney   About the Book Flower Power Trip (Braxton Campus Mysteries) Cozy … Continue reading

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Enter the dragon’s lair

After two Facebook takeovers, Inky decided he wanted his own group. Thus, something new: Inky’s Lair.  He asked me to share this invitation: Welcome. I am Inky, author Devorah Fox’s guardian, or in more contemporary parlance, personal assistant. This is … Continue reading

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The world of Riftmaker

Riftmaker by Phoebe Darqueling Character spotlight Guest post by Phoebe Darqueling The world of Riftmaker is populated with characters who have an unusual background. Or perhaps I should say they had a completely usual background for their species, then one … Continue reading

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RTA

This has absolutely nothing to do with books or writing, mine or anyone else’s. Yesterday I spent half a day assembling a rocking chair. I had bought it online and had failed to see the fine print: “some assembly required.” So … Continue reading

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