Author Archives: MishaBurnett

About MishaBurnett

I am the author of "Catskinner's Book", a science fiction novel available on Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008MPNBNS

The Dead Men’s Shoes Society

(Extra special bonus bragging rights points for anyone who can identify the source of the title of this post–yes, it is a name that I used in The Book Of Lost Doors, but where did I steal it from originally?) … Continue reading

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Wild Frontiers: Mystery Train

Originally posted on Davetopia:
We continue our ride through Wild Frontiers with an extract from Misha Burnett’s ‘Mystery Train’, the tale of a man who discovers sometimes you don’t have to be good, you just have to be good enough.…

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May

This is my writing calendar as of today. Not much new content since last month. I spent a lot of time doing business/publishing things rather than writing, but that’s okay. Also the stories that I have written have been on … Continue reading

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Saddle Up for the Wild Frontiers

Originally posted on Davetopia:
Wild Frontiers: Nine Stories of the West is now available in ebook and paperback. Pick up a copy from your favourite retailer here. ©Dave Higgins (Based on an illustration ©Brian Konutko) The Frontier: the line between…

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Session 19 of “Liberation of the Demon Slayer”

Originally posted on The Mixed GM:
Here is the full party: James Blaylock = Elven Ranger PC Exardell = Mystic PC Duffles the Unfortunate = Mage PC Joan the Ogre Slayer = Fighter NPC Sherry = NPC Cleric Glevina =…

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Session 18 of “Liberation of the Demon Slayer”

Originally posted on The Mixed GM:
Here is the full party: James Blaylock = Elven Ranger PC Exardell = Mystic PC Duffles the Unfortunate = Mage PC Joan the Ogre Slayer = Fighter NPC Sherry = NPC Cleric Glevina =…

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A Wheel On Each Corner

I spent yesterday afternoon doing the brakes on my 2014 Ford Fiesta, which turned out to be such a simple job that I’m kind of ashamed that I put it off for so long. The front brakes on this car … Continue reading

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