Wild Hunger by Chloe Neill: The author answers two questions

Elisa Sullivan, the only vampire born, daughter of the famous (or is it infamous?) Merit and Ethan Sullivan of Cadogan House, is embarking on her own life and her own adventures in Paris, but circumstances bring her back to Chicago and plop her smack dab in the middle of a crisis. Taking advantage of her […]

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Seanan McGuire Interview

AUDIO INTERVIEW HERE Hello Everybody! I had the wonderful opportunity to sit with the amazing Seanan McGuire at ConConction. It was such a rambling, fabulous interview that I didn’t edit it all. I’ve plopped the whole thing down here and you can listen to it in full. The beginning is my sound test, and usually, […]

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The Beginning Writer’s Guide to Writing the Middle

The Beginner’s Writing Guide to Writing the Middle   Don’t give up. This is when it gets hard. Appreciate the suck. If it was easy, everyone would do it. Write straight through and tell the whole story without worrying about word count. It is easy to focus on wanting to reach a certain number of […]

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Zombie Lives Matter, a short story by Joelle Reizes

The butterfly effect meets zombies in this short story. Some political overtones, so be warned. Can’t quite figure out what the title should be, Zombie Lives Matter (political), or the one below, or something else. Comments? Thoughts? Opinions? Would love to hear from you. How Charleston Finch and Den Oliver Destroyed the World I was […]

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Best Quincy Harker Yet!

John Hartness’ new Quincy Harker novella, Hell Freezes Over, is out and it is the best one yet.  Hartness has really hit is stride with this character and the novella zips along with enough action, emotion and mystery to keep any speculative fiction reader happy. Murders, horrific murders, are happening. At first they look like […]

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