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Author Archives: brandonlayng
NAME: Zoe E. Whitten Website: http://zoewhitten.com/wordpress/ Zoe E. Whitten is one of the web’s most prolific indie writers. She has a great deal of her fiction now available on Smashwords for digital download. Her work has been published in numerous … Continue reading
NAME: Jezzy Wolfe Website: http://jezzywolfe.wordpress.com Mother of 4, but owned by 7 ferrets, the wonderful Jezzy Wolfe lives in Virginia Beach, VA. She writes horror and humor, often combining the two for quirky and memorable stories. In the past, she … Continue reading
NAME: Janet M. Aldrich Website: http://demonesprit.wordpress.com/ & http://www.wayotg.wordpress.com Internet marketing by day, writer and rabid hockey fan by night, Janet Aldrich is a busy woman. Her story “No Chance” about the dirty side of Rock n’ Roll and the ghosts that … Continue reading
Black and orange confetti in the air, our first issue of #SupportTheLittleGuy E-zine is ALIVE! *Insert evil laughter here. You’ll find Issue 1 in the page tabs below our header. Don’t forget to check out our Contests page before you … Continue reading
NAME: Sarah Hendrix Website: http://shadowflame1974.wordpress.com/ “Tasting Humanity” represents Sarah Hendrix’s first foray into published fiction but don’t let that stop you from following the start of this promising writer. Her website – titled, The Darker Side of the Fire: Thoughts … Continue reading
NAME: Sheri White Website: http://sheriw1965.blogspot.com/ After years away from the craft, Sheri White has leapt back into writing. She recently had her story “Train Station” receive an honorable mention from Necon E-books’ Flash Fiction Contest, you can read it at … Continue reading
He’s much talked about, winner of the Bram Stoker award, horror maverick and last but not least Michael Arnzen. Continue reading
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