5 Minutes with Andrew Leon Hudson

5 Minutes with Andrew Leon Hudson This is a chance to learn a bit more about Andrew Leon Hudson, whose new Weird Western ebook series End Trails has only just begun… What I love most about writing . . . …is relatively rare for me, but occasionally I’ll get totally absorbed to the extent that…

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A Vampire Story that Will Bring a Smile to Your Face by Lizzie T. Leaf

This week’s guest post is by Lizzie T. Leaf, whose humorous “Dead” series has a new addition. Take it away Lizzie!

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Agent Darcy and Ninja Steve in . . . Tiger Trouble!

This is a terrific adventure story with a sense of whimsy and fantasy. Nominally written for kids, the humor and action are genuinely good for all ages.

The kids in the story are believable. They may go to special schools where they train to be Ninjas or Secret Agents, but they have regular life concerns.

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Review of Swollen Identity

No “Spoilers” Review of Swollen Identity

I really enjoy Rich Leder’s style of writing: It is the perfect blend of mystery, humor, action, and quick-witted comments. Leder does a wonderful job at keeping the tone light. The humor comes from the writing—the subtle way the sentences are crafted—and from the characters themselves.

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5 Minutes with Chris Hill

  This is a chance to learn a bit more about  Chris Hill, author of The Pick-Up Artist and Song of the Sea God. Website: www.chrishillauthor.co.uk Twitter: @ChilledCH About the Author I started writing  . . . When I was in my early teens I think – just scraps at first then proper short stories…

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5 Minutes with Rich Leder

This is a chance to learn a bit more about Rich Leder, whose novel, McCall & Company: Workman’s Complication, was published in September 2014 by Laugh Riot Press. Click Here to See Rich Leder’s  Website  Blog  Facebook  Twitter  Pinterest  Goodreads  Amazon.com About the Author What I love most about writing . . . is the…

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Book Review: Workman’s Complication

I knew that I would like this novel from the very first line: “It was harder to sing with the vampire teeth than I thought it would be.” This is a very evocative image, especially given the number of television shows and movies that have featured vampires in the last decade. I often wondered how…

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