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My Interview with Steve Hockensmith
This is the first part of my interview with Steve Hockensmith, author of "Dawn of the Dreadfuls".
I am surrounded by animals. They make my life so enjoyable that I cannot imagine living without them. There are people, though, who live their life as far away as they can from certain animals. For some reason, animal phobias tend to be more common in females than in males.
Conclusion of Interview with Stephanie Silberstein
Here is the conclusion of my interview with Stephanie Silberstein.
My Interview with Stephanie Silberstein
Today's article is the first part of my interview with Stephanie Silberstein.
Make Your Readers Feel at Home in Your Story
You don't want your story to read like a tourism book or an atlas, so how do you make the reader feel like a part of the action and surroundings?
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies - a Review
"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies", a classic much improved by the addition of zombies, was written by Jane Austen and co-authored by Seth Grahame-Smith. I tried to read the original by Ms. Austen, but never could make it very far.
Unless you are afflicted with one of the following phobias, you will probably find them kind of humorous. It is hard for me to believe that some people really have fears about things that are so much a part of our everyday life. They do make characters interesting, though.
My Interview with Ben H. Winters
Much to my delight, Ben H. Winters, co-author of "Android Karenina" agreed to answer some questions I wanted to ask him. I hope you enjoy the interview.
There are so many phobias. Each and every one of them is fascinating. I think there is a phobia for just about everything in existence. A lot of phobias are considered common, others are considered to be weird or strange. In this article, I talk about some of the ones considered weird.
Android Karenina - a Review
Quirk Classics has come out with yet another great literary parody. This time author Ben H. Winters teams up with literary great Leo Tolstoy for the science fiction masterpiece Android Karenina.
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