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The Story Behind The Story

by on June 19, 2017

I've been asked how I came up with The Moreva of Astoreth. Well... The Moreva of Astoreth, a blend of science fiction, romance, and adventure, has its roots in a game a friend and I played in colle ... more


A Piece of Flash Fiction

by on June 18, 2017

I mentioned in a past blog that I’m a member of the Knoxville Writers Guild and, in particular, of the Guild’s Sci-Fi/Fantasy Writers’ Group. We love our “flash fiction" writing experiments, s ... more


Steel, Blood & Fire (Immortal Treachery Book 1) by Allan Batchelder

by on June 16, 2017

On the march, around the campfire, and in the taverns, they tell incredible stories about Tarmun Vykers, the Reaper – how he’s never been cut in battle, how he once defeated hundreds of men by him ... more


The Underground (Second Edition) by Roxanne Bland

by on June 10, 2017

The Underground (Second Edition) by Roxanne Bland is a blend of genres which include science fiction, dark urban fantasy and paranormal romance with an adult theme which includes profanity, violence a ... more


The Witch Within Her by Nick Iuppa

by on June 05, 2017

The Witch Within Her (sequel to Taken By Witches). SEXY, STUNNING, RELENTLESS HORROR A possessed child is caught in a war between witches! Spanning centuries of horror and witchcraft, the po ... more


I love the sea!

by on June 05, 2017

As a man of the sea, I always wanted to share my stories. After I retired as harbormaster on Catalina Island, California, I started my author career. After publishing my memoir, 'Between Two Harbors, ... more


The Journal #51

by on June 05, 2017

The latest Jounral - #51 - has the final instalment of Douglas Dutton's translation of the Hávamál - from the Norse of Jónas Kristjánson and Vésteinn Ólason - while Rob Morgan mourns anew Yevgen ... more


A Berlin Of The Mind by A. Colin Wright

by on June 04, 2017

The novel is set largely during the last days and immediate post-war years of WWII, in the British and Soviet Zones (later German Democratic Republic) of Berlin. Hermine (whose name comes from a novel ... more


Crossing the Chasms of Life: A Little Bit of Heaven and A Lot of Hell

by on June 03, 2017

I am a Caribbean woman with a global perspective on life. This book is based on my life’s trajectory, the hills and troughs that I climbed, and the passion I have for any undertaking. My education, ... more


The Book of Enchantments

by on May 27, 2017

http://untoldfiction.blogspot.in/2017/05/the-book-of-enchantments.html ... more



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