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WOLF NOTES: An Uncommon Interview – Jennifer R. Povey

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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A Little Something For Cat Lovers

Back when I submitted my story, Mark of the Goddess, for In A Cat’s Eye, the publisher asked for my favorite cat story. I remember wracking my brains trying to think of any stories I had read about cats and coming up … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: In a Cat’s Eye

  Keep a look out for In a Cat’s Eye from Pole to Pole Publishing this fall. It has a fantastic line up of authors, and of my short stories will be purring along with theirs. Don’t let the cover fool you. … Continue reading

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THE RESCUE

I glare at the man who tried to kill me and spit the grenade pin onto the ground. He and his pals picked the wrong folks to mess with when they abducted Mistress. I’m way more than a little white … Continue reading

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SHORE 4: DEAD SHORE

“That’s the last time you clip your fingernails over my bunk,” said Flynn. His lip twisted into a sneer. “No more clip, clip. No more flying toenails.” That little habit had rankled Flynn’s patience for months. He holstered his flintlock … Continue reading

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SHORE 3: HOSPITAL SHORE

“They were aliens.” “You told me they were cats,” said the doctor. He tapped a pencil on his note pad. I glared at the doctor and raked my belly. I’d been relegated to the psychiatric ward ever since they found … Continue reading

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SHORE 2: HOSPITABLE SHORE

“Tom, please get our guest another drink while I fix supper.” “By all means, Catherine.” The prim and proper manner of my hosts still struck me as odd. They sounded like an English couple, yet looked… well, they looked like … Continue reading

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