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Julie’s Book Review: Tantric Coconuts by Greg Kincaid

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Reviewed by Julie Failla Earhart I’ve enjoyed Greg Kincaid’s previous three novels (A Dog Named Christmas, Christmas with Tucker, and A Christmas Home) so I was excited to see that he had a new book coming out. In rural Kansas, Ted Day is a divorced, workaholic lawyer. One of his grandfather’s last wishes was that…

Proud to Be Consortium Releases New Anthology

By Lisa Miller The Proud to Be Consortium is pleased to announce the publication of its third installment to the very successful Proud to Be anthology series: Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors vol 3. The Missouri Humanities Council, Saint Louis Poetry Center, Southeast Missouri State University Press, and Warriors Arts Alliance will be…

Finding Your Writer’s Voice

by Dawn Bollinger Novice writers struggle to find their voice, actually veteran writers do as well. Every writer has a unique voice. Your writer’s voice is like no other. It is as unique as your fingerprints, voice patterns and pitches. Others may echo what you have to say as a writer, but trust me, no one…

Julie’s Book Review: Almost Perfect

Almost Perfect by Diane Daniels Manning reviewed by Julie Failla Earhart I know I shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but I do. If the cover looks like something I would like, or the title intrigues me, then I try it. Usually I’ve made up my mind long before I read the back cover.…

About Hild, A New Novel, A New World

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by Mark W. Tiedemann (first published in The Proximal Eye November 13, 2013) It is completely fitting that science fiction writers should write historical fiction.  Both forms deal with the same background—alien worlds. Because we live in a story-saturated era where access to the ages is easily had with a visit to the library, the local…