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12 Days of Christmas – #7 Ruth Barrett

And so to #7 in our Christmas countdown! Today, Ruth Barrett explains about her personal holiday demons, how she copes with them and her creepy cure (I mean, come on, what did you expect from this lady?) 😉 Christmas time…

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Thirteen ghosts: A collection of spooky tales for Halloween (Part Three)

Sooo, Spooky Saturday is upon us and to kick us off today is an amazing story (made even more amazing by the fact that this is NON-FICTION and you can get a free book!) by Holly Grant. This one is

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Thirteen ghosts: A collection of spooky tales for Halloween (Part Two)

Well hello and Happy nearly Halloween day! Yesterday on SMoD&L, we featured tales from Nick Spalding, Leonard D. Hilley II (I am still smarting over that name) and Ruth Barrett. Thanks guys, it was a pleasure. Today, I have not

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Thirteen ghosts: A collection of spooky tales for Halloween (Part One)

Ooh, it’s my absolute favourite time of year again. I love it. End of September and into October, Autumn (or as my American friends call it: Fall). “Yeah, me too,”  I hear you say. “The nights pull in, the leaves turn

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Changing slides

Here on SMoD&L, we like fresh blood. As summer (did I miss it?) fades and gives way to Autumn, the theme will change with it; so from the happy, bright and sparkly, we will slowly tone the hue down until

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Aid an indie #14: Maxwell Street Blues by Marc Krulewitch

Grabbing snapshots of cheating spouses and hunting down bail jumpers provides a comfortable living for Jules Landau—until his estranged father knocks on the door. Second-rate con man Bernie Landau reports Jules’s beloved “Uncle Snook” has taken five bullets in the

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Aid an indie writer #11: Drum Dance by Bonnie Turner

    DESCRIPTION:       Drum Dance is a young-adult novel set in the late 1930s at Gjoa Haven, in Canada’s central Arctic, near the area where Sir John Franklin and his crew froze to death searching for the Northwest Passage.

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