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Review of Rose Montague’s Norma Jean’s School of Witchery: Book 2 Ghost School

First, let’s get the disclaimer out of the way. Rose and I have a professional relationship as fantasy authors. We read and critique one another’s work and do it honestly, I believe. I enjoy her writing so much that I … Continue reading

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Review of Justin Lee Anderson’s Carpet Diem

Imagine the big bang was a little mistake that rapidly spun out of control, the result of divine siblings messing around and being unable to stop it. Of course they roll with it, wagering on which species will evolve to … Continue reading

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Reflections on Yesterday

Father’s Day always seems a little flat now that the kids have grown up and set out each in his or her own direction. They still contact me on the holiday, though. That’s nice and welcome. It’s good to be … Continue reading

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‘Frieday’ The Thirteenth Acknowledgements

This morning I have been thinking about the future more so than the past. Although the two are connected to the present, the difference between people is largely about which direction is their focus. Although we all reflect on our … Continue reading

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About Launching A Book

What has happened with the recent launch of Fried Windows is fascinating to the publicist side of my nature. It is not entirely unexpected, but some things have been surprising. Let’s be honest. The initial response to the launch of … Continue reading

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