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Karen Wood – Author Interview

You began your career as an author with your Diamond Spirit series. For those not familiar with the Diamond Spirit series, how would you describe these novels? When I set out to write Diamond Spirit, I wanted it to be … 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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Banafsheh Serov – Author Interview

   For those unfamiliar with your fiction, how would you describe your debut novel, The Russian Tapestry?  The Russian Tapestry is based on my husband’s grandparents, Marie and Alexei Serov. It’s a love story set against the turmoil of WWI, … Continue reading

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An Eye For Detail, by Karen Carlisle (short story)

Viola opened the window shutter, allowing the light to enter. It slowly danced across the room, chasing away the dark. While she waited for her eyes to adapt to the change, she drank in the warmth on her skin. Outside, … Continue reading

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Protocol Seventeen, by Rachel Sanderson (short story)

A settlement designated non-critical will be deleted where it prevents access to supply of a critical resource. A record will be made prior to deletion. We travel in guise as tourists. We have three days to complete the job and … Continue reading

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Blue, by Victoria June Norton (short story)

I took the folder of treasured photographs from under my pillow. It was held together by a sticky rubber band which broke as I opened the pack. Examining them one at a time, I placed the photos face down on … Continue reading

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