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HIGH SEA by Stu Leventhal

WHO DONE IT? HIGH SEA by Stu Leventhal is thrilling drama at its best! HIGH SEA by Stu Leventhal Author Stu Leventhal has got a winner here! High Sea is innovative creative writing at it’s best. You won’t want to … Continue reading

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The Alienated Critic: a column by D. Douglas Fratz

Editor’s Note: Here you will find the other The Alienated Critic columns. Wherein One Critic is Introduced (with Theory Expounded)and Another is Bid a Fond Farewell I have been reading science fiction for almost fifty years, and writing about it … Continue reading

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Magic: An Anthology of the Esoteric and Arcane edited by Jonathan Oliver

Jonathan OliverJonathan Oliver is the Editor-in-Chief of Solaris and Abaddon Books. He is the author oftwo novels in the Twilight of Kerberos series, The Call of Kerberos and The Wrath of Kerberos,as well as a bunch of short stories that … Continue reading

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Making Your Story Believable with a Real Setting

Writers in the Storm welcomes back NYT Best Selling Author Kat Martin, who shares her magic to MAKING YOUR STORY BELIEVABLE by setting the location in a real place. In her latest book cover below, you can see the setting … Continue reading

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Why We (and Our Characters) Fall in Love: Part Three

1TumblrEmailPrintDiggRedditLike this:Like Loading…This entry was posted in Craft, Miscellaneous and tagged Ambivalent attachment style, Attachment Styles, Fae Rowen, falling in love. Bookmark the permalink.← Stellar Writing Sells!Love at first line: Opening sentences that grab →19 Responses to Why We (and Our Characters) … Continue reading

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WHO WILL YOU TRUST? Wills in Author Estate Planning

Big thanks to Writers in the Storm for inviting me back to continue our new series on estate planning for authors! As we discussed in April, every author needs an estate plan, including a properly drafted will or trust, which … Continue reading

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Some of Your Blood by Theodore Sturgeon

Theodore SturgeonBorn Edward Hamilton Waldo in 1918, he changed his name to Theodore Sturgeonin his early teens. He sold his first story, “Heavy Insurance,” in 1938 for $5 toMcClure’s Syndicate for publication in newspapers. The sale of”The God in the … Continue reading

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