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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Dreams and Shadows by C. Robert Cargill [From the Archives]...

8 Oct 2015 by

Dreams and Shadows is a pessimistically brilliant and depressingly gripping novel – and utterly unforgettable. It brings you to the brink of hope that there is something beautiful ahead, and then throws you under the bus while laughing maniacally.

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Mitchell Hogan

28 Sep 2015 by

When he was eleven, Mitchell Hogan was given The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings to read, and a love of fantasy novels was born. When he couldn’t stand putting off his dream anymore, Mitchell quit his job and finished the first draft of A Crucible of Souls. It won the 2013 Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Novel and was listed as one of the Best New Series by Audible for 2014. Mitchell lives in Sydney, Australia, with his wife, Angela, and daughter,Isabelle. Contact Information Mitchell Hogan’s Website Mitchell Hogan at Facebook Mitchell Hogan at Twitter Mitchell Hogan at Goodreads Our Posts About This...

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Next Stop: Nina by Robin Raven

8 Sep 2015 by

A semi-surreal observance of the tragic life of Nina Newman. Can abject despair and self-disdain ever turn into happiness?

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Robin Raven

8 Sep 2015 by

Robin Raven is the human who once belonged to the greatest dog that ever lived. “Next Stop: Nina” is Robin’s debut novel. She has several other works of  fiction that she hopes to share in the near future. Born in Mobile, Alabama, Robin grew up in a nearby town called Saraland, and her hometown is a lovely place that still inspires her. As an adult, Ms. Raven has mostly lived in Los Angeles and New York City, so she also considers those cities tobe home. Robin blogs at RobinRaven.com and often has her nose in a book. If she’s not reading or writing, you can probably find Robin daydreaming about adopting a rescue donkey. Delicious vegan food rocks her world. So does effective altruism. In addition to being an author, Robin has worked as...

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The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa...

8 Mar 2015 by

Meghan Chase, Puck, and Prince Ash are back in The Iron Daughter, where Meghan learns more about her inner strength and power and how to navigate the political power struggles of the fey in this modern update to Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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The Iron King by Julie Kagawa

8 Mar 2015 by

Meghan Chase is horrified to discover that her four-year-old half-brother, Ethan, has been stolen away by the monsters in his closet. He’d warned her, and she had not listened. She had not seen. Kagawa updates the fantastical world widely spread through Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the modern Iron Court and its technological travesties. Characters Puck, Oberon, Titania, and Mab feature key roles.

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