Eternal Night, by Jade Kerrion

“What makes Kerrion’s writing so compelling is the beautifully flawed characters that find themselves in unexpected relationships…these kind of character level conflicts make Kerrion’s writing so deliciously addictive.”—Noor A Jahangir, Author of The Changeling King “Everything you want in a great story. Love, intrigue, action, betrayal, and understanding.”—Ch’kara Silverwolf, Author of Daughter of Light and…

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Dreamscapes At The End Of Time – Building The Universe Of Thumb, by John Guy Collick

John Guy Collick’s novel, Thumb, takes place on what its characters literally consider the body of God. More specifically on, “A flat singularity (carrying) the unfinished body of God through an empty universe.” The inhabitants of Collick’s universe not only live on this colossal body of God, they are also its architects and builders. The…

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Brainstorming and Baby Pandas

After vowing to join my significant other on more business trips, I find myself posting from Washington D.C. this week. Timing is everything—right? So, along with other tourists, I will not be visiting the Lincoln Memorial, nor will I be viewing the cute baby panda on the Smithsonian National Zoo’s panda cam. 🙁 That said,…

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The Solitary Writer

When my husband and I decided to pack up our things and move, I knew at some point I’d face a period of loneliness. The decision to move had everything to do with what type of house we saw ourselves living in, taxes, and family responsibilities. It had nothing to do with needing new friends.…

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