The Keeper’s House #WIPWednesday

Hey, everyone. Time for another WIP Wednesday. A couple of weeks ago, I posted about Macabre Sanctuary, an anthology published by AIW Press. I wrote The Keeper’s House for inclusion in that collection. Today, I’ll tell you the story behind the story. Rain fell steadily on an April night in Deep East Texas. We’d had... Continue Reading →

Macabre Sanctuary #WIPWednesday

Hey, everyone. It’s October. A time ghosts, goblins, werewolves, vampires, and just about any other creature you can imagine. Halloween is only a few weeks away, so what time to read some spooky stories? I’ve contributed in several anthologies with other authors. Macabre Sanctuary is a collection of ten short stories published by AIW Press... Continue Reading →

Review: Death Among Us #TuesdayBookShare

Hey, everyone. It’s Tuesday and that means it’s time for Tuesday Book Share. This week I review a collection of short stories written by various authors. If you enjoy mysteries, this book is for you. Blurb: Who knew death could be so eclectic? Relish this mesmerizing murder mystery mash-up of short stories. Murder and mystery... Continue Reading →

Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “Quantum Wanderlust,” by Authors,  Staci Troilo,‎ Michele Jones,‎ Joan Hall,‎ E.J. Lane,‎ Mae Clair,‎ P.C. Zick,‎ Teri Polen,‎ Irene Aprile,‎ Harmony Kent,‎ & C.S. Boyack 

Author Colleen Chesebro posted a wonderful review of Quantum Wanderlust today on her blog. Check it out!

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Title: Quantum Wanderlust

Amazon Author Pages:  Staci Troilo  (Author),‎ Michele Jones  (Author),‎ Joan Hall  (Author),‎ E.J. Lane (Author),‎ Mae Clair  (Author),‎ P.C. Zick  (Author),‎ Teri Polen  (Author),‎ Irene Aprile  (Author),‎ Harmony Kent  (Author),‎ C.S. Boyack  (Author)

Publication Date: September 16, 2017

Formats: Paperback & Kindle

Genres: Time Travel, Science Fiction, Dystopian, Science Fiction & Fantasy

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IN THE AUTHOR’S WORDS:

What if you had all the time in the world?

Thirteen authors answer that question with short stories about time travel. Go back in time to right a wrong, forward to see the future. No jump is too large, no method unfeasible, no lesson beyond learning.

• Visit the past to learn a family secret.
• See the formation of a future dictatorship.
• Assume responsibility for weaving the fabric of…

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