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steven-belanger's picture
Mar.29.2014
Photo: HWA's Stoker Award for Specialty Press, won in 2013 by Gray Friar Press from the UK.   Well, this is embarrassing, but here's my admission:    As a member of the Horror Writers Association of America, I thought I was eligible to vote for the HWA's Stoker Awards, but I'm not...
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Apr.12.2013
Wednesday, 10 April, 2013   It’s been a few days since I wrote last and a lot has happened, in my life. On Friday, I woke up and found that I had somehow been changed into a dog. A Golden Retriever, as a matter of fact. Since then, my life has taken an unexpected turn, as if becoming a dog isn...
margaret-duarte's picture
Oct.16.2012
  I've been blogging for over two years now, and lately I've been doing some serious soul-searching about the value of working so hard. Then today, I received an email from Dean Koontz concerning a post I wrote about him at Visionary Fiction Alliance, and it has energized me in a way...
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Mar.06.2011
Artistic types often make reference to “the Muse” that inspires their work, and writers are no different. I have three—my Seren-kitty, the Magical-dawg, and my first furry love who lives on in my heart. Having a “furry muse” isn’t restricted to pet writers. Many literary giants shared their hearts...
katherine-mcwilliams's picture
Mar.03.2011
I'm a thrill junky when it comes to books. What the Night Knows is Dean Koontz's latest thriller.  It is a mix of supernatural evil and real-life unconscionable behavior.  The reader definitely roots for the main character and his family, despite both the literal and figurative separation that...
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Feb.22.2011
Alert: Stay turned to this channel for a special broadcast, Monday, 28 Feb. Irina Avtsin will tell us all about the power of the word, “No!”. ~~~~~~~~~ Today’s interview is with an author whose blog posts I eagerly anticipate. Must soon read his books...
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Sep.18.2009
Having launched the Kindle-iPhone-iPod Touch version of my new novel Trixie weeks ago, I was anxious to see if the title came up, with all its fingers and toes, at the top of a book search on Amazon.com.  To my disappointment, I found that Trixie ranks low in the listings. It is preceded by several...