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James McGee
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More Powerful Than You Could Possibly Imagine...
It’s always a little weird reacting to celebrity
deaths.   After all, these are strangers
who (with few exceptions) we have never met.   It can seem trite and disingenuous to mourn them as we would family or
friends.   Yet, we do mourn, because they
are bot...

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Ophelia's Revenge
For those of you who don't know, I currently have a Kickstarter Campaign ongoing.  I'm working with my friends at Red Stylo Media  on a one-shot, horror-Shakespeare mash-up titled Ophelia's Revenge .   Alex Clark ( The 27 Club: A Comic Anthology ) is handli...

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Check out our "Ophelia's Revenge," an homage to Shakespeare and classic EC Horror Comics. A curse-gone-wrong unleashes the vengeful Ophelia on an unsuspecting Renaissance Faire!

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Check out our "Ophelia's Revenge," an homage to Shakespeare and classic EC Horror Comics. A curse-gone-wrong unleashes the vengeful Ophelia on an unsuspecting Renaissance Faire!

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Check out our "Ophelia's Revenge," an homage to Shakespeare and classic EC Horror Comics. A curse-gone-wrong unleashes the vengeful Ophelia on an unsuspecting Renaissance Faire!

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Check out our "Ophelia's Revenge," an homage to Shakespeare and classic EC Horror Comics. A curse-gone-wrong unleashes the vengeful Ophelia on an unsuspecting Renaissance Faire!

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Check out our "Ophelia's Revenge," an homage to Shakespeare and classic EC Horror Comics. A curse-gone-wrong unleashes the vengeful Ophelia on an unsuspecting Renaissance Faire!

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Check out our "Ophelia's Revenge," an homage to Shakespeare and classic EC Horror Comics. A curse-gone-wrong unleashes the vengeful Ophelia on an unsuspecting Renaissance Faire!

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NaNoWriMo Postmordem
Yeah, so I slacked a bit on the blog, but only because I needed to devote time to NaNoWriMo itself.  And I finished!  51,000 words, in the can.  Is it a novel?  Oh, child, heavens no!  But, it’s the makings of one.  A lot of it may never see the light of da...

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Tangents, Trips to the Bathroom, and People You Meet Along The Way
I began NaNoWriMo with a very clear idea of where I was going.  “You could say that Stewart Festivus was a special child.”  That’s how the story began.  Then, I would go on to tell you why Stewart was special, with a series of humorous anecdotes.  I planned...
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