Fallen by Traci Slatton [From the Archives]...

15 Oct 2015 by

Grit and baseless hope combine in Fallen, a post-apocalypstic novel about love and poor decisions

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Traci Slatton

14 Oct 2015 by

Traci L. Slatton, author of Fallen, is a graduate of Yale and Columbia, and she also attended the Barbara Brennan School of Healing. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, sculptor Sabin Howard, whose classical figures and love for Renaissance Italy inspired her historical novel Immortal and her contemporary vampire art history mystery The Botticelli Affair. Contact Information Traci Slatton’s Website Traci Slatton on Facebook Traci Slatton at Twitter Our Posts About This...

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A Crucible of Souls by Mitchell Hogan...

13 Oct 2015 by

A Crucible of Souls, a driven epic fantasy novel, has all the delicious meat of a Wheel of Time book without any of the fatty repetition.

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8 Oct 2015 by

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C. Robert Cargill

8 Oct 2015 by

From the author’s website (October 8, 2015): C. Robert Cargill likes his coffee black, his hamburgers topped with fried eggs and his restaurants to be of the greasy spoon variety. Most nights, if you can find him, you’ll see him huddled in the booth of a diner, sucking down coffee as fast as the waitress can pour it, arguing with a number of other writers over something silly about which he will fight with great passion. He’s been a waiter, a video store clerk, a travel agent, a camp counselor, an airline reservation agent, a sandwich artist, a day care provider, a voice actor, and most notably, a freelance writer and film critic. Cargill began his career with Ain’t it Cool News under the pseudonym Massawyrm, writing there for over a decade, subsequently becoming a...

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