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Coming Soon: Ruth Long, Age 88

You read that headline correctly! I have a new novel coming before the end of 2020, official release date to be announced soon. Ruth Long, Age 88 is a humorous first-person narrative as Ruth reflects on her life. We also meet Ruth’s friends and family as they remember her. Did I mention the whole thing […]

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Coming Soon: The Package, a Novella

You read that headline correctly! I have a new novella coming before the end of 2020, official release date to be announced soon. The Package is a short thriller following Noa, a travel blogger who finds herself working for an international spy agency. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be releasing more details, including an […]

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October Short Story Feature: Rough Waters by J. Trevor Robinson

This month, I’m featuring a second work from the submissions in the September short story contest. The second feature is: Rough Waters By: J. Trevor Robinson When J Trevor was young, he received a well-worn stack of mystery and horror novels from his older brother, and it instilled in him a lifelong desire to be […]

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October Short Story Feature: The Fire Within by John Ethier

Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the September Short Story Feature Contest. The featured entry is: The Fire Within By: John Ethier John Ethier has been writing fiction off and on for the better part of twenty years. What started out as a collection of short fiction, essays and narrative non-fiction eventually resulted […]

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September Short Story Feature: Becoming Italian…Or Trying To

Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the August Short Story Feature Contest. The featured entry is: Becoming Italian…Or Trying To By: Kyra Robinov A native New Yorker, Kyra is an author and lyricist. Her first novel Red Winter was inspired by the true story of her family and their escape from Red partisans […]

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August Short Story Feature: The Cathedral Bell

Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the July Short Story Feature Contest. The featured entry is: The Cathedral Bell By: Violetta Toth About herself, Violetta says, “I consider myself a book enthusiast and budding author. i have written many short stories and other works throughout my life and career, but I have been […]

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Short Story Feature: Riptide

Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the June Short Story Feature Contest. The featured entry is: Riptide By: Rylee Alexander Rylee is a thirty-something-year-old author from Central New York with big dreams to travel. She has a husband, two boys, and a dog, and spend what little free time she has reading, and […]

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Short Story Contest

Your Assignment The May Short Story Feature Contest closes tonight! I like to look through pictures when I’m in need of inspiration. So for my monthly contests, I select an image as the writing prompt. Your assignment for this contest is to create a short story inspired by this image: Contest Rules Stories are to […]

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Short Story Contest

Your Assignment One more week to get your entry in for the May Short Story Feature Contest! I like to look through pictures when I’m in need of inspiration. So for my monthly contests, I select an image as the writing prompt. Your assignment for this contest is to create a short story inspired by […]

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Short Story Contest

Your Assignment I like to look through pictures when I’m in need of inspiration. So for my monthly contests, I select an image as the writing prompt. Your assignment for this contest is to create a short story inspired by this image: Contest Rules Stories are to be 1,500 to 3,000 words. All genres welcome. […]

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