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Martha Allard
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"Once there was a land were all thins were beautiful and poisonous."
"Once there was a land were all thins were beautiful and poisonous."

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And a giveaway!

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Book Birthday approaching
It's been a year since Black Light came out. Really a bit more, since Amazon says it was released on May 7th. But I think of Memorial Day weekend of it's true birthday. That was the weekend I actually got to hold it, and, more terrifyingly, I read straight ...

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Just some stuff that goes on at my writers group. Thanks, Melodie Bolt for sharing.

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In which J. Scott Coatsworth asks me about notebook. Poor soul.
In the dark days of March,  J. Scott Coatsworth  was nice enough to give me an author spotlight interview on his blog. These questions were the most fun I'd been asked to answer, the perfect remedie for the not quite spring yet/still of that month.  The int...

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Check out my review of Double Danger! it's available for pre-order on Amazon right now!

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Double Danger: a review
When Alyssa Mallory crashes into Nick Trammel’s car, she is plunged into a roller coaster adventure. Her home is ransacked. Two men shoot at her and Nick, and Alyssa’s friend is shot. Nick forces her to go with him into the wilderness of northern Michigan’s...

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At the End of Things.
I am dangerously close to finishing a short story that has been on the back burner for a while. I write slowly. And that's also dangerous. Last year when Black Light, my novel, was published, it was the end of three decades of work. It's a rare thing when I...

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At the End of Things.
I am dangerously close to finishing a short story that has been on the back burner for a while. I write slowly. And that's also dangerous. Last year when Black Light, my novel, was published, it was the end of three decades of work. It's a rare thing when I...
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