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I started a blog about a month ago. It's called Reading and Writing Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance.
I review books in these genres and provide writing tips that I have learned from the many workshops and writing events I have gone to. - Jennifer Bielman


In a debut short story collection of extraordinary range and depth, author Duncan L. Dieterly strings together twelve masterfully-written tales; each one captivating the reader in its own unique way. In Short Stories One, the masterful pen of Dieterly vividly spins the tales that at times seem to blur the line between reality and fiction; modern-day fables that will fascinate, enlighten, frighten, anger, and excite the reader. Born from Dieterly’s perceptive eye, rich imagination, and colorful life experiences, the stories range from the drug-infested inter-city slums, to the world of high finance and wealth, aggregately forming a compact, 250-page reading experience that will engross the reader from beginning to end. Riveting, moving, and thought-provoking, Short Stories One is a towering triumph by a talented and pensive word weaver.
ISBN13: 978-1-4363-0219-7 (Trade Paperback)
ISBN: 1-4363-0219-6 (Trade Paperback)
ISBN13: 978-1-4363-0220-3 (Hardback)
ISBN: 1-4363-0220-X (Hardback)
Pages: 250

Read about a surprising twist to Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman’s deaths, or ponder the possibility of an extraterrestrial existence that causes chaos for humankind. Each story in Short Stories Two will entertain and enchant you with its realistic tone while the speculative aspect will bring you to thoughtful depths you may have not gone before. Be ready to be fascinated, enlightened, frightened, angered and even excited with each concoction of entertainment mixed with some interesting concepts and perceptions—some may offend, others will challenge, but most will delight readers of all genres. The stories range from science fiction to western, and always reflect a unique social perspective and analysis. They are a mixture of whimsy, wit, what if and social commentary. The author wishes be a teller of tales who titillates his audience.

ISBN13: 978-1-4363-7317-3 (Trade Paperback)
ISBN: 1-4363-7317-4 (Trade Paperback)
ISBN13: 978-1-4363-7318-0 (Hardback)
ISBN: 1-4363-7318-2 (Hardback)
Pages: 271


All kinds of writing advice from the experienced, wise guide and IECWC Jack London Awardee.

Libby's novel, Desert Soliloquy, is available on

Libby also writes a weekly blog,


Laura’s blog for inspiring stories from writers, interviews with published writers, writing tips, discussion of writing topics

Laura has a new book out, Breaking Through the Spiral Ceiling: An American Woman Becomes a DNA Scientist.


Kay's book, Tainted Legacy: The Story of Alleged Serial Killer Bertha Gifford, is actually not a graphic true crime tale but rather a sensitive memoir about her great-grandmother (Bertha Gifford).

Kay blogs about mountain life and "real" life at Her website is


Victoria is head librarian of two local high schools. You will find her book reviews (most are YA, young adult) at


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