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Author Interview: Ryan Toxopeus

Can I just say that Ryan makes minotaurs cool and brings them to life? His short story which will appear in the New Myths anthology puts a whole new spin on these mythical creatures. I caught up with Ryan to talk about his short as well as his views on mythology. Author Interview Your story is 1100 BGW. Tell us …

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Author Interview: C.M. Stewart

My fellow New Myths anthology author, C.M. Stewart, is a pre-published fiction author with a flare for flash fiction. I caught up with her to ask her about her short story that will appear in the anthology this month 🙂 Author Interview Your story is Saint Eve and the Grain. Tell us what it’s about and why you chose that …

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Author Interview: Michelle Mogil

I couldn’t kick off my celebration of the New Myths anthology without introducing you all to some of my talented co-authors. Today’s interview is with Michelle Mogil, author of the vampire novels The Gentle Man and The Loyal Man. Author Interview Your story is The God People. Tell us what it’s about and why you chose that title. My story …

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Cover Reveal: New Myths Anthology

From a society of mythical minotaurs to the appearance of shamans, this short story anthology will prove an imaginative and delightfully entertaining read. New Myths is all about breaking through with original myths or building on those we are familiar with. I am thrilled to have my story, The Black Dagger Gods, numbered among these. See this guy? He’s Babalu …

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Monday Book Tag

Thanks so much to author Devorah Fox for tagging me last week in her Monday book tag. I’ll go ahead and answer a few questions she sent me and then tag another author. Unfortunately time didn’t permit me to tag a total of three, but I do have an amazing author whose book I’m currently reading that I will gladly …

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Don’t Call Us Girls: The Badass Female Spies of WWII

Move over, James Bond. It’s March 1, the beginning of Women’s History Month, and there’s a throng of female spies who worked for British intelligence during the second World War–and their tales are more passionate, heart-wrenching, and action-packed than your latest movie.   “I hate wars and violence, but if they come I don’t see why we women should just …

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Feature Friday + Book Review: Gailene’s Vow by @StuartLand_wrtr

Today I’m giving you all a double whammy–Books One and Two of Stuart Land’s Original Blood Series! Let’s start off with the introduction, and then I’ll share my review of Gailene’s Vow (a straight up brilliant, raw paranormal story with humor, intrigue, and a whole lotta good drama mixed in). Genre Paranormal Book Titles Gailene’s Vow (Original Blood, #1) Szejna’s …

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Werewolves in the Renaissance Blog Tour

I love stories that weave history, intrigue, and magic together. That’s why I jumped at the chance to support this super cool blog tour with author Tracy Falbe. So what’s the Werewolves in the Renaissance Blog Tour about? Let  me give you the rundown, book description (and cool discount codes!) below, and we’ll also hear from Tracy Falbe who guest …

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Sherlock Season 3 Finale: My Reaction

So, hubby and I were holed up in the house Valentine’s evening (everyone but me seems to be under the weather), and what better way to be romantic than to catch up on the season finale of Sherlock? Hey, it’s got some romance in it, right? 🙂 Well, needless to say, I think the show is phenomenal, and I love …

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Have Lunch With A Heroine! #ATH1

It’s Week Two of the Addicted to Heroines Blog Tour 2014. We hope you’re still on tour with us because we’ve got more fun in store. Be sure to stop in at Tour Central and enter the contests and giveaways We’re also offering a chance for you to have Lunch with a Heroine. We’ve all seen or have been asked …