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J.C. Wing
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If it has to do with books, I probably do it.
If it has to do with books, I probably do it.

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A Warm Winter Skye - The Book That Almost Wasn't
"Some of you may not know this, but I wrote Alabama Skye as a stand-alone novel. I
wanted to tell the story of the relationship between a grandmother and her
granddaughter ― one that
closely resembled the one I shared with my Mimi. It wasn’t until readers b...

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An essay about The Color of Thunder
At the end of last year, I sat down and I mapped out all of my writing projects for 2017. This sounded like a solid plan. I figured that if I had everything all organized, It would be easier to stick to a schedule. It didn't actually work that way. Brides, ...

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Author Spotlight: W. Marshall
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Marshall was born in Florida, but found his home when he moved to Colorado. He
is a lover of movies, books, dogs, science fiction, fantasy, and military
history. His
debut novel, The King’s Own , is a work of dark fiction that asks hard questions
as it e...

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Author Spotlight: W. Marshall
Author W. Marshall was born in Florida, but found his home when he moved to
Colorado. He is a lover of movies, books, dogs, science fiction,
fantasy, and military history. His debut novel, The King’s Own , is a
work of dark fiction that asks hard questio...

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Author Spotlight: W. Marshall
Author W. Marshall was born in Florida, but found his home when he moved to
Colorado. He is a lover of movies, books, dogs, science fiction,
fantasy, and military history. His debut novel, The King’s Own , is a
work of dark fiction that asks hard questio...

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Brides, Beasts & Baklava is here!
Whew! We did it! This one was a bit challenging, I'll admit. Not because the story wasn't there. No, I had that mapped out in my head even before the first book in this series, Dead Beat Dates & Deities was released. Real life tends to get in the way of cre...

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Brides, Beasts & Baklava ... coming soon!
When? I don't have an exact date yet. To be honest, it's actually not completely written, but it's really close. I mean really, really close. I'm shooting for a summer release, but that's as precise as I'm willing to get. I've had the main outline planned f...

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Flawed
This
feeling was nothing new. This feeling that she was a failure—that everything
she touched was tinged with the discolored stain of “it could’ve been done
better”. It was never easy, these chunks of time. Fortunately, she wasn’t plagued
by them often, but...

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March: It's come in like a melodramatic lion
I belonged to a writer's group when I lived in Germany. I was lucky enough to be a part of the first meeting. We were just starting off, getting the group going, and, because we'd just welcomed in the first few days of March, we decided we'd flex our creati...

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An Excerpt from (and Insight on) the Upcoming Brides, Beasts & Baklava
While rushing to finish the final edits on Dead Beat Dates & Deities ,  the first book of the Goddess of Tornado Alley Series, I was IM'ing back and forth on Facebook with my PA Samantha Soccorso. I can't even recall our conversation now - in my defense, we...
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