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To Plot Or Not To Plot? by Helene Young

     Anyone who knows me well knows that I write organically – or by the seat of my pants, if you want the honest truth. For me the story starts with one or two characters, plus a setting and a … Continue reading

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Marianne Curley – Author Interview

   For those unfamiliar with your fiction, how would you describe your novels?  My novels are adventures in paranormal fiction that draw you in and sweep you away to another place, or another time, where you might find yourself hiding … Continue reading

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Chris Allen – Author Interview

   For those unfamiliar with your fiction, how would you describe your novels? I think the best summation would be – old school action thrillers with a modern edge, or cold war novel/modern action movie hybrid. Who is one of … Continue reading

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June 2013 Short Story Competition Winner

Congratulations to Thea Adams for her short story Footsteps In The Sand, which has won the June short story competition (theme: mystery or detective). Footsteps In The Sand shows the story of a girl, living with her father in a lighthouse, who investigates a strange occurence. … Continue reading

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Belinda, by Rhea Roy Ganguly (short story)

Belinda Beale could have sworn that she heard a stealthy footfall right behind her. She paused and turned around abruptly, causing her long blond hair to cascade in golden wisps around her frightened face. As she peered into the still … Continue reading

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Footsteps In The Sand, by Thea Adams (short story)

The lighthouse foghorn pierced the mist with its strident blast as the gulls wheeled, calling, overhead.  The waters of the little bay rhythmically caressed the sands and the boats rocked gently at anchor.  The little girl sat motionless on the … Continue reading

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Adult Activities: A Tale Of Domestic Detection, by Rae Litting (short story)

For the first three years of our marriage I believed every single word Geoff said.  Looking back I suppose this was overdoing it.  But Geoff was a remarkably honest person.  He never cheated on his tax.  If he didn’t want … Continue reading

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