Monthly Archives: June 2015

Meet Bill “ZombieZak” Snider, one of the ‘Doctors in Hell’!

Canadian born, zombie fan and horror poetry inclined. First published story sold in 2009, and from there, more followed; since then, published a collection of poetry, “Separate and Succinct, Disparate and Distinct” and several short stories in a handful of … Continue reading

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Oh-Oh! Doctors in Hell are taking over my blog for the next couple of weeks!

I’ve been working with the final part of McLean Twins series and look what happens! Doctors in Hell are taking over my blog! Luckily they promised to give it back if I’ll ask nicely 🙂 So, while I keep creating … Continue reading

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Why I am Currently More Concerned with Writing

Originally posted on Maegan Provan, Author:
Self-publishing 101 is an intense push on the importance of marketing yourself and social media. I have a Youtube, this blog, my website, a Facebook Page, AND a Twitter. This time last year I…

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I Once Had a Farm in Ireland…

Well, I didn’t but it’s the name of Siggy Buckley’s new book. Ireland…the magical land that I’ve always wanted to visit but somehow never found the right time…However, a girl can dream, right, so what better way to start my … Continue reading

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On Violence in Fiction

Originally posted on Suffolk Scribblings:
Violence is a very seductive tool in a writer’s arsenal. Most good fiction involves some form of conflict and although not all examples lead to an act, or acts, of violence, most do, including mine,…

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New release, The Daughter-in-law Syndrome, by Stevie Turner!

The Daughter-in-law Syndrome delves into the complicated relationship that is causing much friction between Grandmother Edna Deane and her daughter-in-law Arla. In addition it focuses on the sometimes tumultuous partnership between Arla and her husband Ric. Arla Deane sometimes likens … Continue reading

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