Monthly Archives: October 2021

Of breast cancer and cryptids and what makes us angry by Cheryl Sonnier

I didn’t know I had breast cancer when I wrote, Investigating the Sea-Hag Menace, in early April this year. I didn’t have the routine Mammogram until mid-June, a month and a half after Improbable Press accepted the story. A couple … Continue reading

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You Can Do It – An author walks the Camino by Kari Sperring

I have to admit it; I’m concerned about Gaetan. Not worried, precisely — it’s not that strong a feeling — but I cannot but wonder. Did he make it all the way? Did he cope with the long slog up … Continue reading

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Revving Up to Publication Day by Jacey Bedford

When I was an unpublished author my single aim was to get a book published. Then it happened. I sold my first book to DAW in 2013 for publication in 2014. That was Empire of Dust. There have been five … Continue reading

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