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October 10 2012 Fiction Writing Newsletter

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A Tangle of Gorgons
When I think of monsters, I think of scary movies and childhood nightmares. Monsters were always hiding in the dark, never wanting to be seen in the light of day. Not all monsters hide in the dark or lurk in the corners of our imagination. Some of them rule between the covers of novels.

Into the Forest Again - a Review
This original spin on the classic tale was written by Shaunda Kennedy Wenger. Little Red Riding Hood is gonna go to her Grandma's house for a party. This is an anthropomorphic tale, as not only are the animals given a voice, but so are common items like platters.

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