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Switchblade #11

Well, it’s finally here–Switchblade Magazine, Issue 11 I’ve got a story in this one that is kind of a departure from my usual style–by which I mean it’s not SF/F/Horror but Crime Fiction–a new genre for me. “Whatever Lola Wants” … Continue reading

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Fears of a Clown Anthologies Released

Originally posted on Davetopia:
Happy Friday the 13th. Both volumes of my Fears of a Clown anthology project are now available from major retailers in paperback and eBook. While actual coulrophobia is rare, many people find clowns scary rather than…

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Welcome to Dracoheim. Please drive carefully.

The spectacularly talented ArtAnon Studios has produced a map of the Dracoheim Metropolitan Area that will be included in my upcoming Bad Dreams & Broken Hearts. I’d love to be able to link to ArtAnon Studios webpage, but I don’t … Continue reading

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The Wand that Rocks the Cradle: a Fantasy Anthology Coming in September!

Originally posted on Building Worlds:
I’ve been sadly quiet since May, mostly because I’ve been trying to juggle several different projects. First off, the long-running “Politics for Worldbuilders” project is finally being compiled into a book series; the first volume…

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Wild Stars Kickstarter is Live!

Originally posted on Cirsova:
The Wild Stars IGG didn’t quite do the numbers we were looking for, so we’re opening up another short crowdfund for folks who prefer to use Kickstarter as a platform. Also, this Kickstarter WILL be open…

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Gingerbread Wolves — A Review

Originally posted on The Eldritch Paths:
And here we are at the conclusion of Misha Burnett’s bizarre, yet beautiful series. This will likely be a series review just as much as a review of the last book, Gingerbread Wolves. Allow…

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The Worms of Heaven — A Review

Originally posted on The Eldritch Paths:
If there’s one thing Misha Burnett can pull off extremely well, it’s the beginnings of his novels. Every novel in his Book of Lost Doors series so far dives right into the action. No…

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