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The Day of Reckoning Has Arrived

View the Star Touched Book Trailer Here For those of you who are really into the science in science fiction, here is what happened. If those kinds of details don’t interest you, just skip the rest of this paragraph. The … Continue reading

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Countdown to the Day of Reckoning – 3 Days – An Interview of Tatiana from Star Touched

Here is an interview of Tatiana, the main character in Star Touched, that The Wolf did a while back. Wolf: Welcome to Wolf Notes, Tatiana. If you could be any animal in the universe, what would it be and why? … Continue reading

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INFINITY

Jacob stumbled to the pool and plunged his head into the water. Somewhere in the back of his mind a voice told him to take sips, but he ignored it, gulping in the tepid liquid. Then his stomach twisted and … Continue reading

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Star Touched Cover Reveal

Ah. The sweet smell of a new book. Just got my galley proof for Star Touched. I think the cover is awesome. What do you think? Fall 2017 The world will never be the same.

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AIN’T GOOD

“Look at all them owls in that tree,” said Lowell. His jowls wobbled as he wiped sweat from his face with an already soaked and disgusting orange sleeve. Harvey wrinkled his nose. The putrid scent blowing down the hill wasn’t … Continue reading

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A. L. Kaplan Wins Another Flash Fiction Challenge

A. L. Kaplan is the Readers’ Choice in this week’s Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Challenge. The winning entry is decided by the popular vote and rewarded with a special feature on Indies Unlimited.       Don’t forget to sign up … Continue reading

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TREASURE’S KEEP

Taranto surveyed the old warehouse and shook his head. Random letters, squiggles, and a cartoon mummy decorated its surface. Hard to believe he loaded trucks here as a kid thirty years ago. The entire neighborhood was abandoned and crumbling.  At … Continue reading

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