Monthly Archives: October 2020

Writers and their Weapons

Originally posted on M.C. Tuggle, Writer:
I’ve signed a contract with Mystery Weekly Magazine, which will publish my novelette “Absence of Evidence” this winter. This is my second story with them, and I do believe I’ll be writing more…

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STORM FORGED, by Patrick Dugan, is full of exciting twists and compelling characters that kept me reading non-stop. Tommy can’t seem to get a break: Collared and branded a traitor at age five just because he was born with a … Continue reading

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WOLF NOTES: An Uncommon Interview – Nicole Kurtz

Welcome to WOLF NOTES, where interview questions stray from the rest of the pack. It’s nice to know the usual stuff like where an author gets their inspiration and why they write, but sometimes we need a little fun in … Continue reading

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