#Collision by J.S. Breukelaar #BlogTour & Giveaway

Collision: Stories by J.S. Breukelaar Release Date: 2/19/19 Genre: Speculative Fiction, Horror, Weird, Fantasy, Scifi, Dystopian COLLISION BOOK PAGE A collection of twelve of J.S. Breukelaar’s darkest, finest stories with four new works, including the uncanny new novella “Ripples on a Blank Shore.” Introduction by award-winning author, Angela Slatter. Relish the gothic strangeness of “Union Read More …

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Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward

I listened to the audio version of this masterfully written, haunting, and powerful novel. Sing, Unburied, Sing – the story, its characters, the atrocities of Mississipi’s Parchman prison – will stay with me forever. I can’t remember a more powerful image than that of the final scene in the book. For audio listeners, the narration Read More …

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I fell in love again last night (with a Wonderbook).

I received a book from Amazon last night (a real one that you hold in your hands?!?!) and immediately fell in love. (Again.) Since it is an awesome resource for writers, I will share it here:  Wonderbook: The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction – by Jeff Vandermeer So to give you some background, I Read More …

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I’ve always had ‘companions’ on the side…

My first was back in eighty-five. I was married–a new mother at that. Ironically, my husband introduced us. It was raw, intoxicating, overwhelming. We shared stolen moments; stolen thoughts. I saw color in a world that had been black and white. It wasn’t the reason my marriage fell apart, but it certainly contributed. In ninety-two, newly Read More …

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