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That time I did #TwitterFiction

This year, I won a contest to participate in Twitter Fiction Festival. The week-long event, sponsored by Twitter, Penguin Random House, the Association of American {read more}

Books for MAY

Books for MAYFor winter's rains and ruins are over, And all the season of snows and sins; The days dividing lover and lover, The light that loses, the night that {read more}

REVIEW: MIND OF WINTER by Laura Kasischke

REVIEW: MIND OF WINTER by Laura Kasischke This is a brilliant, searingly creepy, psychological thriller -- reminiscent of A Rose for Emily. Though written in the third person, it is entirely told from one {read more}

REVIEW: THE STRANGLER VINE by MJ Carter

REVIEW: THE STRANGLER VINE by MJ Carter Without glorifying the colonial days of India, Carter has sketched an enjoyable adventure within these pages. India in 1837, the heydey of the British East {read more}

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