End of 2018: Onto Year 2 of FT Writing and What I Learned —

I don’t if anyone knows this, but I’ve been low-key publishing since 2014. I didn’t really know what I was doing but I just kept trucking along while working on my degree. I made a lot of mistakes and learned a lot. Then when I graduated I decided to take off a year to really […]

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Favourite books of 2018 — Woodland Erratic

I keep making lists with five entries! It isn’t on purpose, I swear. I think pretty much everyone’s finished with their 2018 retrospectives already, but I’ve been busy with moving and starting a new job, and I still want to tell you my favourite books I read in 2018. These are the books that most […]

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Authors & Inspirations: Hester Fox — Alyssa Palombo

This week’s Authors & Inspirations interview is with historical fiction author Hester Fox! Hester’s debut novel, The Witch of Willow Hall, came out on October 2nd of last year – the same day as The Spellbook of Katrina Van Tassel. I loved Hester’s moody, gothic, witchy book (it makes a perfect fall AND winter read, when you’re cozy inside […]

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Interview with Lucas Mangum, Author — josh blakesley

I recently had a conversation with my friend, Lucas Mangum, the author of FLESH AND FIRE, MANIA, ENGINES OF RUIN, GODS OF THE DARK WEB, and WE ARE THE ACCUSED. The collection, Engines of Ruin, was just released in paperback on January 5 (the Kindle edition has been out since December). Lucas’ newest novel We […]

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