Oisin’s Hoard

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Oisin’s Hoard by Cora Ruskin Cora Ruskin writes both fiction and poetry, and listeners can find a list of her published work on her blog, www.corastillwrites.wordpress.com. She also uses this blog to rave about whatever book […]

Test Amongst the Shadows

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Test Amongst the Shadows by Todd Sullivan   Todd Sullivan currently lives in Seoul, South Korea, where he teaches English as a Second Language. He has had more than two dozen short stories, poems, essays, […]

Epic Dinner Conversation

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Epic Dinner Conversation by E. Kimball   E. Kimball has nothing to promote, he just likes telling silly stories. A few have even been published! But if you’d like an up-to-date list of his other […]

Finding Georgia

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Finding Georgia by Christian Riley Chris Riley lives near Sacramento, California, vowing one day to move back to the Pacific Northwest. In the meantime, he teaches special education, writes cool stories, and hides from the […]

Still Hungry

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Still Hungry by Bob Reiss Bob Reiss is the best selling author of 24 books of fiction and non-fiction. Still Hungry is from Bob’s short story collection, “Still Hungry, Tales From the Shadows” published as […]

Mr. Cuddlekins’ Fortune

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Mr. Cuddlekins’ Fortune by Andrew Rucker Jones   The Devil by any other name is still the Devil.   Andrew Rucker Jones is a former IT dweeb and American expatriate living in Germany with his […]

The Evil Scarecrow and the Bone Pit

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The Evil Scarecrow and the Bone Pit by Christian Riley   Chris Riley lives near Sacramento, California, vowing one day to move back to the Pacific Northwest. In the meantime, he teaches special education, writes […]

Lilies Wilt on the Wheel of Time

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Lilies Wilt on the Wheel of Time by Steven Lombardi     Steven Lombardi is an award-winning speculative fiction writer and copywriter who lives in New York City. Graduating from the School of Visual Arts […]

Bridgework

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Bridgework by Judith Field   Judith Field was born in Liverpool, UK and lives in London. She writes because it’s in her DNA. She’s the daughter of writers and learned how to agonize over fiction […]

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