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Book Review: What Lies Beneath the Mask by Laura Greenwood

Prepare to feel love, loss, terror, and ultimately be swept off your feet in this hauntingly romantic novel! , by Laura Greenwood, is a truly captivating story.  There is a profound sense of realism webbed throughout the plot and within the trauma the main protagonist Annabelle endures. The parallel between Annabelle’s love interests and her […]

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Book Excerpt of Plexi: Adversity by Kwame Opeyo

One Battle Lines Olena Darsus screamed like an animal being flayed alive. Beside her in bed, her husband Prenius was being torn apart by a sharp-clawed golem as if he were a child’s play thing. Blood splattered the sheets and the side of her face as Prenius’ flesh was torn from its bone and scattered […]

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Author Interview with Christopher C. Meeker

My name is Christopher C. Meeker and I’m the author of  as well as the author of a number of other works, short stories, and articles on writing. I started writing at a fairly early age and continued until my teen years. Life intervened and I stopped writing for quite sometime I then returned to […]

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Book Excerpt: Hawthorne: Chronicles of the Brass Hand by Christopher C. Meeker

“…intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic, regarded this earth with envious eyes, and slowly and surely drew their plans against us.” — H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds Prologue They think me mad and perhaps well so, for at times I believe myself quite mad and would accept with impassivity, had I not recorded in […]

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Author Interviews : JB Rockwell and Serengeti

JB Rockwell (an authorly type) and writes speculative fiction—sci-fi and fantasy, mostly, though dabbled in a bit of horror. I’m an IT weenie by circumstance and a  wannabee Indiana Jones type by training (check out that curve ball life threw me!) with dreams of chucking it all and writing full time. Check my website on […]

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