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A Fun Flash Fiction

The Crack

Jack squatted down and peered at the pavement. He’d let this stranger interrupt his jogging to look at concrete?

“Do you see it?” The young woman leaned over, her dreads falling forward. 1,010 more words

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Napowrimo day 1

Napowrimo (or for those who enjoy real words, national poetry writing month) has begun. You can find daily prompts at napowrimo.net, although I think personally I shall be more interested in trying to do some writing rather than following instructions. 109 more words

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Novel Research: Mermaid Mythology and Siren Song

Whether fiction or nonfiction, literary or genre, something that consistently creeps into literature is that of mythology. Many, even the most scientifically-minded in our society, have a fascination with the epic stories of civilizations from humanity’s past. 188 more words

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New Story Published: "A Boy and His Magic Pebble"

Greetings and salutations!

I have a new short story up on ZOUCH magazine titled “A Boy and His Magic Pebble.” It’s a flash fiction piece about a boy and his ill-fated misadventure with a magic pebble he found. 12 more words

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The Lost Libraries Archive

After a longer wait than I’d planned, volume 2 of ‘The Erik Midgard Case Files’ is available now on Amazon. The first chapter (with more to follow) is also available to read for free… 234 more words

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Crimson Lips & White Fangs

I was inspired to write this after reading this article on a scientist who did a study on vampires in New Orleans and Buffalo. Of course, he wasn’t studying the vampires of Ann Rice novels, but people who practice vampirism as a way to deal with their problems. 534 more words

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A Few Words About Jonathan Cott

“Jonathan Cott could drive the tour bus in the City of God. Knowledge esoteric and exoteric oozes out of his every pore,” Tom Robbins enthused in a review of Forever Young—a 1977 collection of eight Cott interview/profiles. 652 more words