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Aug 14

Alternate Susan –Chapter Five

Chapter Five       Miles greeted me when I got home from work.  He was halfway up the wall of the kitchen. Spaz was underneath, leaping up not quite high enough to reach him. “Would you help me? I can’t get down without that beastly cat getting me.” “Seen Zoë around?” I held my …

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Aug 08

Alternate Susan Box

Here are some pictures of the box I made to use for the cover of my latest novel, Alternate Susan. Typically, fantasy novels have professionally painted oil paintings, unless they’re YA, in which case they have close ups of the faces of gorgeous teen girls.  But, you don’t go to the shelves with the art …

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Aug 02

Book Review: Emotimancers and the Impending Feline Overmind

Emotimancers and the Impending Feline Overmind by Beth Pratt I was really surprised when I found out that the author of the quirky outsider comic “Barely Representational” had written a novel. It came out on kindle about a week ago. The story starts at Bradford and Chadwick, a major publishing house dedicated to publishing emotion spells. …

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Jul 31

Book Review: Self Made Man

Self-Made Man: One Woman’s Journey Into Manhood and Back Again by Norah Vincen t This is a memoir in the vein of “audacious journalists who do crazy things and write about the experience.” Norah Vincent cross-dressed as a man for over a year, and entered into uniquely masculine venues to chronicle the experience from a …

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Jul 27

Book Review: The Lying Game

The Lying Game by Sara Shepard I really liked this book, despite the ridiculous premise. Sutton Mercer is dead, and she follows in ghost form her long-lost twin Emma. Emma is summoned to Tucson, hoping she’ll meet Sutton, only to discover that Sutton has been murdered and her killers want Emma to pretend to be …

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