Monthly Archives: October 2012

Halloween Gift 2012: Bad Trip

Note: As Stephen King says, “Monsters are real and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win.”  Sometimes the most terrible thing we can imagine is ourselves. This is the premise behind my Halloween story for … Continue reading

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Happy Howloween!

Amy Koch-Bucy & Me with Robin Wiesneth’s cover painting This last weekend Mr. Smith & I finally got to meet Amy Koch-Bucy, the real heart behind H.E.A.R.T Animal Rescue, in person. It was to celebrate Howlin’ Halloween – an event sponsored by 3 … Continue reading

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October Update: Crazy Busy Times!

Between work, the HEART Anthology, the soon to be released Christmas Lites II Anthology and Halloween things over here on Dandilyon Fluff have fallen short.  Since we’ve moved posts have gotten erratic and a whole lot of news has passed unremarked on. … Continue reading

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10 Ways To Win: Spooktacular Blog Hop Giveaway (Oct 24-31)

Here’s an easy way to win big: Laurie’s Spooktacular Blog Hop Giveaway is giving away a TON of prizes including a few End of Mae books!  One page, one form and you are entered in 10 giveaways from a number … Continue reading

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Best Things In Life Are Cheap

Mr. Smith, a.k.a The Joker This is Mr. Smith’s first Halloween. The holiday isn’t much recognized in Australia and with our seasons being opposite it doesn’t make sense to celebrate an American harvest holiday during the Australian spring. For one … Continue reading

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End of Mae Spotlight @ Laurie’s Paranormal

Thank you Laurie at Laurie’s Paranormal Thoughts & Reviews for this awesome Spotlight! Laurie went all out – Mae takes the spotlight with a character review, there’s an excerpt for new readers to explore and a giveaway.  I love the … Continue reading

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You Can (almost) Call Me

I’m a typer, not a talker but I still love my phone. Ever since I decided that Verizon is my nemesis I have been using a combination of Skype on the iPad and a prepaid Tracphone.  Our cell bills went from $135 … Continue reading

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Zombified

Why zombies? Suddenly everyone is fascinated by zombies.  I’ve fallen into it myself – my last two short stories have featured zombies and I find myself thinking about them more often. I see zombies as a group metaphor for what … Continue reading

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My Dream Home

When I saw this ingenious house built on a bike I fell in love.  This makes even our neat little Airstream seem like too much.  The less we own it seems the happier we are. While I don’t think we’ll … Continue reading

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Mae’s Mystery Appearance

  Courtesy of Crystal Bozeman Clifton What does Mae in End of Mae look like? That’s the question my friend Crystal asked me the other day and she’s not the first.  The answer is: she looks like how you imagined … Continue reading

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