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Book Excerpt (First Line of Defence) from Threads of The War by Jeremy Strozer

First Line of Defense “Go left… toward the water!” Erich screams out. The steering wheel lurches, first to the left, then to the right, and then back to the left as our little Kubelwagen (bucket car) bounces and bumps over the sandy beach at over 40 kilometers per hour. “Ok, ok,” I reply, knowing that […]

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Interview With Jeremy Strozer, Author of the Threads of The War Series

I’m Jeremy Strozer, author of the  series. My work focuses on first-person historical flash-fiction of what I call The 20th Century’s War. What this means is the period from 1898 to the present, which I consider one enduring conflict with tangents shooting off in multiple directions toward conflicts we are fighting to this day. What […]

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Author Interview with multi-genre Author Lisa Mathisen

Lisa Mathisen, author of a collectible flash fiction, multi-genre “” series. I have been writing my whole life. I was raised in Appalachia by educator parents and my father is a published author. My sister is a very skilled writer and my brother is a wonderful poet. Writing is in our genes. Being the “wildly […]

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Author interview with Jo Gatford

Jo Gatford is a writer from Brighton. Her novel was published by Legend Press and the winner of the 2013 Luke Bitmead Bursary. It was also longlisted for the 2013 Tibor Jones Pageturner Prize. Jo has worked a myriad of jobs at one time or another including a till-monkey in a bookshop, a circus performer, baby massage teacher […]

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