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Queen Branwen Series (Between Two Fires & Dark Winds Rising) - St. Martin's Press
Queen Branwen Series (Between Two Fires & Dark Winds Rising) - St. Martin's Press

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Epistolary Novel
What do you think of epistolary novels? I read a recent one the other day and was of two minds. On the one hand, I enjoy the creativity behind a book composed of fictional letters, and the genre is as old as novels themselves. At the same time, how many peo...
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World Cup!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably been following the exciting finals of the World Cup this year. I’ve never enjoyed watching soccer (futbol) so much! In fact, of the original top 3 teams I picked during the 32 team stage, all of them m...
World Cup!
World Cup!
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Happy Independence Day!
Happy Independence Day!
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Happy Independence Day!
We celebrated this 4th of July as we often do. With lots of food, fireworks, and friends. The kids are getting used to looking forward to the holiday, now that they’re old enough to remember previous years. It’s extra fun too, because our town happens to be...
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Happy Independence Day!
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Writer’s Conference Schedule Released!
The schedule for the Central Coast Writers Conference this September has just been released! I’ll be teaching a couple of classes, as well as sitting in on panels, and providing critique sessions for authors who sign up ahead of time. Needless to say, I’m p...
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Mark Noce Stories
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Another favorite TV show of mine these days is Archer. You’ve probably seen the would-be spy/sleuth and his irreverent sidekicks on FX or FXX. The humor is definitely not for kids and likes to push the envelope, but that’s part of its charm. What I really l...
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Why I Like Corny
I enjoy realism as much as the next person, maybe more sometimes. However, I’ve noticed for a long time that most contemporary fiction (in fact SciFi, Fantasy, Literary, etc. for that matter), has gone so dark that happy endings and anything generally posit...
Why I Like Corny
Why I Like Corny
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