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I've long been accused of telling stories, which is a southern colloquialism for lying.
I've long been accused of telling stories, which is a southern colloquialism for lying.

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Today, I tell you of my love for Tanith Lee and her short stories at Fantasy Cafe's marvelous Women in SF&F Month

http://www.fantasybookcafe.com/2017/04/women-in-sff-month-t-frohock/
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A post refuting the current prosperity gospel and why Jesus did, in fact, tell us to watch out for those less fortunate than ourselves.
False prophets
False prophets
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A rather lengthy blog post about Simon Magus and grimoires at my blog:

http://www.tfrohock.com/blog/2016/9/30/simon-magus-grimoire
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A few thoughts about the 80th Anniversary of the Spanish Civil War and Los Nefilim:

Without realizing it, I took a big chance by placing the novellas that make up the Los Nefilim omnibus during the early days of the Second Spanish Republic. I assumed that most of my readers were passing familiar with that time period. I suppose there are days when ignorance is truly bliss.

Read more: http://www.tfrohock.com/blog/2016/8/16/80th-anniversary-spanish-civil-war
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And the world moved on ... Los Nefilim

Welcome to Los Nefilim where Diago's world is changing around him, and he is struggling to keep up. He isn't entirely comfortable with his sexuality, but he has something very important in his life: close friends who love and accept him for who he is, not who he sleeps with, and a loving understanding partner, who wants nothing more than to protect him. It is love and acceptance that sustains a person through even the most violent changes, and in these opening novellas, Diago experiences quite a few of those, but he keeps getting up, a little taller each time, because adversity gives him the impetus to grow emotionally.

http://www.tfrohock.com/blog/2016/4/24/and-the-world-moved-on-
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A new series at the blog: Sunday Snippets. Today you can read about Solomon dying & reawakening as Guillermo: http://www.tfrohock.com/blog/sunday-snippets-solomon-dying
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A Happy Valentine's Day short story for you that is really a St. George's Day story, which is really a Los Nefilim story. Enjoy.

http://www.tfrohock.com/blog/2016/2/13/a-rose-a-dragon
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