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Conclusion of Interview with Elizabeth Massie
This is the conclusion of my interview with Elizabeth Massie.
My Interview with Elizabeth Massie
Elizabeth Massie, author of the chilling novella, "Playback: Light and Shadow" agreed to answer some questions for me. With her permission, I share her answers with you.
Playback: Light and Shadow - a Review
"Playback: Light and Shadow" is a novella written by Elizabeth Massie. It is a prequel to the horror movie "Playback".
Waking Hours - a Review
"Waking Hours", by Lis Wiehl, is one fantastically scary novel that takes place in and around East Salem, New York. This sleepy little town has a terrifying secret. The story occurs over a very eventful 2 weeks, from October 15 to October 29.
The Brightest Star in the Sky - a Review
Marian Keyes takes us to her hometown of Dublin, Ireland in "The Brightest Star in the Sky". Her story reveals to us both the humor and the tragedy in the characters' lives – humor and tragedy that could easily exist in our own lives.
A Congregation of Crocodiles
There are so many ways that one could use the collective nouns for animals in writing. I challenge you to pick at least one of the collective nouns below and work it into a story you are working on. Or you could come up with a new story, one that has the chosen collective noun at it center.
The Wicked Day - a Review
"The Wicked Day", by Mary Stewart, is the fourth and final book in the Arthurian saga. This book fills in what happened in Mordred's life until the time Morgause, upon command of King Arthur, brought him and his step-brothers to Camelot.
It would not be wisdom to knowingly eat any mushrooms from the Amanita family. Some of them are safe, but the majority of them can kill you – or be used to kill someone. You either allow your character to use the mushrooms and escape detection by the law or you have him mess up and get caught.
Conclusion of Interview with Paul Collins
This is the conclusion of my interview with Paul Collins, author of "Mystery of Everyman's Way" and "Mack Dunstan's Inferno".
My Interview with Paul Collins
Paul Collins, author of "Mystery of Everyman's Way" and "Mack Dunstan's Inferno", agreed to answer some questions for me. With his permission, I share both the questions and answers with you.
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