This Post Contains no Controversy. We Apologize for the Inconvenience.

- by E. C. Ambrose

I suppose it should come as no surprise that the best way to attract attention for your blog is to be controversial.  Talk politics or religion, suggest doing something playful but unpleasant to animals, take on whatever juggernaut is dominating the opinion pages of the paper. I have, on my own blog, done my share […]

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The Tudors take on George R. R. Martin

- by E. C. Ambrose

The October 2012 issue of Locus Magazine, a specialty publication for the science fiction and fantasy publishing industry, features a lovely interview with author Kij Johnson, who is known for fantasy, but has a background in history. She makes the observation: “History looks a lot like fantasy.  Fabulous people, doing things that we don’t understand, […]

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HAUNTED (or Happy Halloween)

- by Patricia Rosemoor

I remember always wanting to write paranormal romantic suspense of some sort. My editors at Intrigue always told me I couldn’t do it. But somehow I got away with writing HAUNTED, a book set at Halloween, another of many firsts for me. The first Intrigue with a paranormal element – a ghost who provides a […]

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The Sheer Magic of “Once Upon a Time. . .”

- by Elaine Isaak

I spent the past week camping out with a youth group, having a good time, but it was not until the last night of the trip that I revealed to them my SuperPower.  If you are reading this blog, chances are, it is a power that we share:  the magic of storytelling. We’d been expecting […]

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