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Buck & Bozo: Two Paranormal Curses (and Blessings!)

by on September 26, 2017

Cats have long been associated with the paranormal. One might first think of them as feline familiars to witches, but that is so not the beginning or end of their story. In Japan, myths say cats turn ... more


DOMINION FIRST BLOOD BY RICHARD MANN

by on September 07, 2017

Richard Mann grew up in being an avid reader of books, even from an early age he loved the literary giants Tolkien, Michael Moorcock, Frank Herbert and Douglas Adams. (Hint: If you love these authors ... more


The Noble Daughter

by on September 04, 2017

https://untoldfiction.blogspot.com/2017/08/the-noble-daughter.html ... more


A Simple Classroom lesson

by on September 04, 2017

https://untoldfiction.blogspot.com/2017/09/a-simple-classroom-lesson.html ... more


DOMINION FIRST BLOOD BY RICHARD MANN

by on August 29, 2017

Richard Mann grew up in being an avid reader of books, even from an early age he loved the literary giants Tolkien, Michael Moorcock, Frank Herbert and Douglas Adams. (Hint: If you love these authors ... more


DOMINION FIRST BLOOD BY RICHARD MANN

by on August 24, 2017

Richard Mann grew up in being an avid reader of books, even from an early age he loved the literary giants Tolkien, Michael Moorcock, Frank Herbert and Douglas Adams. (Hint: If you love these authors ... more


B J

by on August 16, 2017

This poem is a tribute to a calico cat one of my daughters had for a long time. She was one of many cats that have come and gone over the years. Each one in his or her's way has touched a space in o ... more


Another Fun Night With the Guild

by on July 24, 2017

As a newbie author, I recently realized how important—and fun!—it was to be a member of the Knoxville Writers Guild and the guild’s Sci-Fi/Fantasy Writers’ Group. I can’t believe how much I ... more


Put an OOPART in Your Next Sci-Fi Plot

by on July 23, 2017

Do you know what an OOPART is? Is it some unmentionable alien genitalia ("eew-parts!")? Maybe shorthand for the part that a tuba plays in Bavarian music (oom-pah-pah, oom-pah-pah)? No. OOPART is a ... more


Military Law Enforcement for Crime Writers

by on July 23, 2017

Over the past year, I've assisted four fellow authors with questions about U.S. Coast Guard law enforcement operations. I helped them as best as I could, drawing on my 13 years of active and reserve e ... more



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