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The Girl’s Guide to Dating Zombies by Lynn Messina is a perfect beach read for girls looking to take a break from the dreary daily grind of the zombie apocalypse. Or any apocalypse, for that matter. Its wry humor and … Continue reading

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I’ll admit I’m probably biased, being a version of editor myself, but let’s be real–every author goes through a stage or a moment or a glimmer of madness wherein she questions the merit of employing an external editor (i.e., an … Continue reading

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All this discussion about self-publishing and indie authoring has revved up my curiosity engine. (This is the same engine, incidentally, that convinced me it was a good idea to try drinking unfiltered water in Mexico. Not a good idea. Not … Continue reading

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