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Monthly Archives: March 2011
by Gail Z. Martin While we’re on the subject of supernatural makeovers, I love what has happened with the witch/wiccan/clairvoyant theme. If you’ve been following my posts on Shelfari, you’ll see that I’ve been reading quite a few series where … Continue reading
by Crymsyn Hart Some writers find it hard to start a book. The first sentence or the first paragraph can even the worst thing to write. The author has so many wonderful ideas that you have to find just the … Continue reading
By J. F. Lewis Before getting too far into today’s blog, I wanted to mention that I have a free Void City short featuring Greta and Eric at the beach up today over at Pocket After Dark. Check it out … Continue reading
by Michael A. Arnzen – http://www.gorelets.com I can’t quite put my finger on when I first noticed the rise of the popular expression, “It is what it is,” but I suspect it began circulating in American culture almost a decade … Continue reading
By Tina R. McSwain Spirit Rescue What is a spirit rescue? Well, it is exactly what it sounds like. Helping the spirit to move on to its next plane of existence. Finding the lost souls and releasing the trapped ones. … Continue reading
Our guest blogger this week, Charles Gannon was kind enough to share the following poem with us: The Charge of the Flight Brigade – removed from Charles’ forthcoming Baen novel. The Charge of the Flight Brigade final to download.