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Sandra Barret
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Science Fiction and Young Adult author, small farm hobbyist, and general dabbler in things that waste time
Science Fiction and Young Adult author, small farm hobbyist, and general dabbler in things that waste time

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I’ve had a great experience getting Touch of the Traakyn published in the Spread the Love anthology from Ylva Publishing. From story request through final edits, they were fun and educational to work with. And as a final icing on the cake, they put up an…

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I’ve had a great experience getting Touch of the Traakyn published in the Spread the Love anthology from Ylva Publishing. From story request through final edits, they were fun and educational to work with. And as a final icing on the cake, they put up an…
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Love the feelings I get from this image. A mix of macabre and other earthly glow. Makes me want to write a story to go with it.
Artwork by Zdzisław Beksiński
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So I’m a week late on the goal setting for ROW80, but better late than never! I read an article last week where a writer talked about his goal of writing every day. I’ve been thinking about that effort, and what it could result in (loads more writing). So…
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Like every year, this one had its ups and downs. But since I’m in a PollyAnna mood, I’ll pick out the good highlights! Blood of a Traitor was released, along with the rerelease of Face of the Enemy, and Lavender Secrets. signed back up for Broad Universe,…

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more on #WomenInSF  and #diversity  changing #scifi  and speculative fiction in general. 
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Playing along this week with Terri Bruce’s blog meme, here are the latest two additions to my to-be-read pile. First off, I trolled through the Gaylactic Spectrum awards short list for some new books to read. I pulled off most of the list, but the two…
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There is no way to adequately thank the people who fight censorship. One need only peek at the welcome into polite company by overt racists and homophobes to believe that there IS a pattern of systematic attempts to censor books about race and LGBT people out of schools and libraries. Fortunately, there are librarians.
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