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Monthly Archives: September 2013
Thursday means threesome here on Dandilyon Fluff, and we are having a ménage à trois of literary love. Tonight’s authors are: Bracken MacLeod has worked as a martial arts teacher, a college philosophy instructor,at a children’s non-profit, and as a criminal … Continue reading
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The free ride is almost over! If you haven’t gotten your copy of Mr. Bonejangles yet, now is the time now is the time (or pay a whopping .99 cents later!). I’ve been at work most of the three day … Continue reading
It was one of those rushed kind of days where I have learned that “good enough” is better than stressing or not at all. The end though, talking with author Bracken Macleod about his book, Mountain Home, was worth it. … Continue reading
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Good morning and welcome to a cover reveal of A.F. Stewart’s latest offering, Fairy Tale Fusion! Coincidentally, I’ve been reading fairy tales lately and have recently tried my own hand at one for the upcoming Christmas Lites III… but more … Continue reading
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It’s THAT Sunday where we dip into the lyrical world of poetry, and today’s offering comes from one of my favorite authors, A.F. Stewart. Her prose often sounds like poetry with her descriptive phrasing and attention to detail and her … Continue reading
It’s not enough to publish a book this weekend. It’s not enough to be competing in The Iron Writer’s challenge, gather two new authors for Journal Jabber and write 40 hours a week at the newspaper. For some of us, apparently, … Continue reading