Holiday Catalog 2010

Holiday Book Blog Catalog

Welcome to the Holiday Book Blog Catalog, featuring great authors that we all know and love. There are 30 outstanding authors listed, which might climb before the big sleigh does, varying between literary, bizarro, crime noir, horror, and poetry.

I am personally making a pledge to purchase FIVE books, and I urge you to buy at least two. How about three? Five? Okay, whatever you can pull, consider it money spent wisely, for each book listed here, contains hours, weeks, and months of collaborative creativity and dedication, and that’s always worth a few polished coins.

I want to thank my good friend, Jodi MacArthur, for helping me spread the word about the catalog and for gathering as many authors as she could amidst her own busy schedule. You can also view the Holiday Book Blog Catalog on her blog at: Fiction Writer Jodi MacArthur. Thanks girl!

Enjoy reading…and buying…and selling—



Lazarus by Lori Titus

It’s 1869, and in the town of Lazarus, California, the dead don’t stay that way. Luella Pembry, a woman haunted by her own dark past, arrives in town with a device and a plan that may stop the Rising of the dead. She offers her help, for a price. With the help of Sheriff Benjamin Drake, they must face the secrets of Lazarus and race to stop the supernatural forces that threaten to destroy their town, and their own lives as well.

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

Green Water Lullaby by Lori Titus (Short Story Collection)

In the town of Chrysalis, South Carolina, things are never what they seem. Lovers come back from the dead. Victims fall prey to “animal” attacks. Friends serve up childhood buddies for sacrifice. And a young family fights for survival during a killer storm.

Available through Sonar4 Publications:



Don’t Fall Asleep: (A Dream Assassin Novel), by Laura Eno

In the 27th century, a psychic aberration has manifested in humanity, gifting a select few with the ability to weave dreams for others. They ply their addictive trade, calling themselves Dream Merchants.

Rarer still are those who can assassinate people while they dream…

Newly arrived on Altair IV, Cassandra Dade works her profession as a Dream Assassin according to her own code of ethics. She’s beautiful, rich and running from her past—a past which is about to catch up with her.

The partner she trains might be all that stands between her and mental destruction, a fate worse than death. But does his own secret agenda set them on a collision course with disaster?

Available at:
Amazon Print
Amazon Kindle

Visit her at



Six Sentences Volume 3

Three complete stories told in six sentences each, for readers that don’t always have the time. May 2010 (search for Jeanette Cheezum)

Available at Amazon

Vox Poetica Inspirations Collection 1, Spring 2010

Annmarie Lockhart’s first poetry collection each taken from a picture prompt.

Available at Lulu

Visit her at 6S: Jeanette Cheezum



TOPOGRAPH: New Writings From The Carolina landscape and Beyond.

An Anthology featuring over 30 authors including: Michael J. Solender’s essay, Unaffiliated.

As the acclaimed Novello Festival of Reading marks its 20th anniversary, it is partnering with Charlotte ViewPoint magazine to showcase innovative fiction, poetry, and essays from the Carolinas and beyond.

Topograph surveys the literary landscape that has emerged in recent decades, exploding tarnished ideas about Southern writing. For anyone interested in the latest trends, this collection offers a broad spectrum of styles, including formally innovative essays, adventurous flash fiction, and minimalist poetry alongside more traditional storytelling and memorable travelogues. It provides a vista of the most exciting work being done in the area, writing that’s often informed by geography in unexpected ways.

Available at Novello Festival Press

Last Winter’s Leaves – A Chapbook by Michael J. Solender.

This collection of very short stories and poems were written as a therapeutic balm after dealing with some significant challenges. Very personal and full of emotion, this collection represents some of my most heartfelt work.

Published by Full of Crow Press

$3, two for $5 plus $1 postage, Contact:

Visit him at Not From Here, Are You?



Bone Silence

Peycho Kanev has been writing poetry for the past 10 years. His poems have appeared in more than 400 literary magazines, such as: Poetry Quarterly, Welter, The Shine Journal, Ann Arbor Review, The Catalonian Review, The Arava Review, Nerve Cowboy, Walnut Literary Review, Midwest Literary Review, Chiron Review, Tonopah Review, Third Wednesday, Leaf Garden, Istanbul Literary Review, 322 Review, Mad Swirl, In Posse Review, Southern Ocean Review, The Houston Literary Review, The 13th Warrior Review, Mascara Literary Review, The Mayo Review, Windmills, The Aroostook Review, Naugatuck River Review and many others.

He is nominated for the Pushcart Award and lives in Chicago. Also in 2009 his short story collection “Walking Through Walls” (Ciela), and in April 2010 his poetry collection “American Notebooks” (Ciela) both were published in Bulgaria. His new poetry collection “Bone Silence” was released in September 2010 by Desperanto, NY.

Available at Amazon


His collaborative collection “r”, containing poetry by him and Felino Soriano, as well as photography from Duane Locke and Edward Wells II was published in the spring of 2009 by Please Press.

Available at Amazon




A Teen Drama Student’s Guide to Laying the Foundation for a Successful Acting Career, by Debbie Lamedman

A Teen Drama Student’s Guide to Laying a Foundation for a Successful Acting Career provides invaluable information on a variety of different colleges, universities, and programs. It features quotes from theater faculty and professionals explaining what they look for during the audition process.

A general overview of what to expect from either a BA or BFA program in the performing arts is also included. In addition, you will find straightforward discussions on topics such as: • How to begin the college-application process • How to commit to or rule out an acting career • How to pick the right theater program for you • How to get into the school of your choice • What goals are you looking to accomplish in your college training program? For all you drama students considering an acting career, and for your parents who need up-to-date information, this is an essential guide book written by a seasoned theater educator and author.

Available at Amazon

The Ultimate Audition Book for Teens Volume 4: 111 One Minute Monologues, by Debbie Lamedman

The Ultimate Audition Book for Teens Volume IV: 111 One-Minute Monologues is for the junior high and high school drama student that provide timely subject matter and contemporary, age-appropriate topics. Easily categorized for young men and women, the pieces range from the humorous to the more serious. This collection of short works fills a need previously lacking for this particular age group.

Available at Amazon

Visit her at Confessions of a Cluttered Mind

***Two of her plays were produced in NYC in November!***



Cold in the Light, by Charles Gramlich

Where the beings known as the Whoun came from, only a few know. What they’re going to do next is anyone’s guess.

But in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, where a decades old conspiracy has started to unravel, a few people are about to find out. Against an enemy from their nightmares, they’ll have to fight, to save the life of an unborn child who isn’t human, a child that will change their world forever.

In the brooding forest, they’ll learn what it means to fear the dark…. And the light.

Available at:
Barnes & Noble

You can reach Charles at his website: or by email =



M is for Monster, by Magen Toole

Monsters and creatures and horrors, oh my…With each letter of the alphabet comes a new monster, and with each turn of the page comes a new foray into another author’s sinister imaginings. From new twists on traditional favorites to modern glimpses into lesser-known mythology, from time-honored staples of the horror genre to never-before-seen beats of the authors’ design, these twenty-six tales take you on a roller-coaster tour of wicked conjuration.

Available at:
Facebook Page

Magen Toole



The Dragons of Hazlett, by Michelle Scott

In Amberweise’s polite society, a proper young woman of pure Magician ancestry would never involve herself with something as unpleasant as solving a murder. She would faint at the sight of wheels, pulleys, hinges or other demonic machines. She would never deign to notice the wretched lives of the non-magical commons who serve her day and night, nor would she ever dare to question the traditions of her upbringing. And, most certainly, she would never even think of falling in love with a man whose combination of common heritage and magical abilities have made him a pariah.

Available at Amazon

You can reach Michelle at her website: or her blog Holy Terrors



The Informationist, A Thriller, by Taylor Stevens

Available March 2011. Pre-order at Amazon

Visit her on Facebook



Twenty Stories, by Kristen Fouquet

Twenty Stories is a collection of literary short stories and flash fiction, many set in New Orleans, with four previously unpublished stories, including The Depreciation of The Darbonnes.

Available at Amazon

Website: Le Salon



Half Empty by Tim Hall

Many readers have said that Tim Hall’s debut novel contains possibly the hottest, most well-written sex scenes of any novel in recent memory. An acutely observed story of the emotional and physical extremes of romantic obsession and early alcohol withdrawal, Half Empty explores the lives of Brooklyn and Manhattan hipsters struggling to define themselves in a world where nothing matters. Now on sale for the holidays for only $3.99 at Undie Press. Signed by the author.

Available at Undie Press



Cut and Run, by Matt Hilton

Joe Hunter’s devil is Luke Rickard, a killer who has stolen his identity and committed a vicious double murder. His motive? Revenge. His method? A blade. His mission? Kill anyone Hunter holds dear.

It is a deadly duel of wits that takes Hunter from the streets of Miami to the squalid barrios of Colombia to the jungle hideaway of a drug baron. And brings him face to face with his past.

Revenge is a dish best served cold and Joe needs a cool head if Rickard is not to cut and run.

Available at

Slash and Burn, by Matt Hilton

Joe Hunter is enjoying some much needed r&r when a young woman approaches him to help find her missing sister. Kate Piers knows about Joe from her dead brother Jake, Hunter’s former comrade in arms, and for that reason alone he feels obliged to help. The fact that Kate is very attractive doesn’t hurt.

Together they go to Imogen’s Kentucky home where they are immediately attacked by a bunch of thugs, acting on behalf of local businessman Robert Huffman. Huffman is outwardly respectable but the psychotic twins he uses as his enforcers give the game away: he has links to organised crime and a deadly reputation with a blade. Huffman is also looking for Imogen, and kidnaps Kate to act as bait. Looks like Joe is in trouble again . . .

Available at

And coming soon…Blood and Ashes (JH 5) (Available February 11th 2011)

Visit Matt Hilton: website, email:, and
Matt Hilton Books,
Joe Hunters Fixers,
and Thrillers, Killers, ‘n’ Chillers

He can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.



Mindjacker, by Sean Patrick Reardon

When wealthy Russian mobsters contract L.A. psychologist Joel Fischer to develop a device to manipulate minds, the Dreem Weever exceeds all expectations. Everything is on track for delivery and a big payday, until two adventurous stoners steal his Dodge Challenger that, unknown to them, contains the Dreem Weever in its trunk. Fischer and his crew have two days to get it back or he dies.

About the Author: Sean Patrick Reardon is a crime / thriller fiction writer, who pays the bills working for a large investment company and resides in Massachusetts. When not doing the above, he likes to play lacrosse and spend time with family and friends. His stories have been featured on Thrillers, Chillers-n-Killers and A Twist of Noir.

Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and e-book at the Apple iBookstore and Smashwords

He blogs at



Release, by Nicole Hadaway

“Follow vampire Miranda Dandridge as she finds love amidst rescuing children from the Nazis during WWII.”

Available at Ebook Undead



Rhyme or Treason: (the hard fought illusion of choice), by David Raffin

In “The Twilight of the Clowns” a traditional way of life ends as clowning ceases to be a viable way of life;

In “Everybody Loves a Little Elf” elves save a man’s business but they create a literal stink about property rights and slave labor;

In “More than One Day in the Life of Igor Igoravitch” a KGB agent is caught up in a web of intrigue that is his own creation;

The web of lies in Charlotte’s Web is exposed;

and the price of the simulacra in the window is finally laid bare.

Available at:

You can visit David at his websites:
Vision? Nary!

“Sometimes I think inside the box. It’s quiet there. But so dark.”



Apostle Rising, by Richard Godwin

Detective Chief Inspector Frank Castle never caught the Woodlands Killer and it almost destroyed him. Now years later, mauled by the press, and traumatised by nightmares, he is faced with a copycat killer with detailed inside knowledge of the original case.

He and his partner DI Jacki Stone enter a deadly labyrinth, and at its centre is the man Castle believes was responsible for the first killings. He’s running a sinister cult and playing dark mind games with the police. The investigation has a shattering effect on the lives of Castle and Stone. The killer is crucifying politicians, and he keeps raising the stakes and slipping through their hands. Dark coded ritualistic killings are being carried out on high profile figures and the body count is rising. Castle employs a brilliant psychologist to help him solve the case, and he begins to dig into the killer’s psyche. But some psychopaths are cleverer than others.

Pre-order through AtlasBooks

Visit Richard Godwin at The Slaughter House



The Cuffer Anthology: Volume II

Alan W. Davidson’s literary tale ‘The Inscription’ appears in the Cuffer Anthology: Volume II. It is a collection of 34 short stories selected from more than 200 entered into the Cuffer Prize, held annually in Newfoundland and Labrador. The anthology showcases stories with a Newfoundland flair from both new and established writers in the province. This year’s book contains a fine collection, ranging from literary fiction to science fiction and from humour to horror.

Purchase through Creative Book Publishing

You can visit Alan at Conversations From Land’s Edge and reach him at



Toe Tags 2: Blood and Bizarro

Edited by William Pauley III and Brian Barnett, this anthology spills a fine collection of horror and bizarro writes.The book cradles one of Jodi’s most precious, strange, squished babies, “Lisa Got Squashed“. It is a longer tale of hers, unfolding through twists & turns of dialogue. It is a story about pain and how we as humanity deal with it. It is a story about poor, poor Lisa and… how she got squashed.

Available at Amazon


Edited by Chris Bartholemew is a collection of well, flash. The stories range from literary to bizarro, from the seriously serious to comedy central. It is one of Jodi’s favorite collection of print anthos. Her story, “Teatime with Worthog” features a crazy tea party of the purely straight jacket variety. Refusing to drink tea can result in an electrifying shock of the kind we have nightmares about. With the help of a saucy kitty cat, Raymond (the dog) growls down his Worthog grandmother. Who wins? Only the Beached Whale knows.

Available at Amazon

Visit Jodi MacArthur’s site at



Rotten Little Animals by Kevin Shamel

Animals are people too! And that is messed up. So they have independent cinema. See what happens when an animal film crew kidnap a human boy and make a movie of the abduction. Read things about Nature that just aren’t natural. Fear your pets from this day forward.

With zombie-cat attacks, gun-blasting massacres, drugged-out puppet shows, exploding car chases, camera-chickens, bat acrobats, wild sex, martini parties and torture-ROTTEN LITTLE ANIMALS is a crazy ride through the underground animal film scene and on to the Big Time.

Available at Amazon

About the Author: Kevin Shamel is a bizarro writer for Eraserhead Press. His first book, Rotten Little Animals, was part of the first wave of the New Bizarro Author Series. His forthcoming novel, Island of the Super People, will be out in the spring of 2011. You can find more of his writing all over the place and stuff about what’s going on at his blog:



Long Live The New Flesh, Year One, edited by William Pauley III and Suzie Bradshaw

On August 11th, 2009 a new and exciting blog was born, THE NEW FLESH. This blog quickly became the home of hundreds of misfit stories that, to put it simply, were ‘too weird’ for other markets. 212 stories were published during YEAR ONE, including Angel’s piece, Grub.

These are our favorites. Free Ebook

The Man of Shadows, by Angel Zapata

The Man of Shadows is a dark collection of twenty-five short horror stories.

It begins with “The Mouth of Babes,” a visceral tale of streetwalkers and addicts, morbid voyeurs, cannibalistic tattoos, and witchcraft. Jimmy only wants another photograph for his online Death Images website. But when his good friend, Steve calls him down to the morgue to see a body with a strange tattoo of a mouth on her abdomen, he learns that sometimes the dead have incurable appetites.

In “Death Reversal,” a grief-stricken wife hopes to resurrect the husband she murdered by making a long distance call to hell.

The Bridge” pits the superstitious beliefs of the neurotically-challenged, Benson against the very real presence of a modern-day troll.

Dead Flames” paints us a brief love story between the walking dead.

From the wicked predilections of children to the varied manifestations of evil personified, The Man of Shadows will have you running for the light.

Available January 2011: Pre-order at Panic Press



Loathsome, Dark, & Deep, by Aaron Polson

Civil War veteran Henry Barlow hasn’t carried a gun since his wife’s brutal murder, a memory he drowns nightly with bourbon and whiskey after spending his days as a field agent for H&P lumber. When reports of the strange goings on at the Lewis River camp reach H&P, they send Barlow and a small band of armed mercenaries upriver to investigate. As the days pass and things get stranger, Barlow must confront the phantoms of his past, his alcoholism, and the dark hearts of men perverted by power and greed. Most of all, he must find a will to live in order for he and his team to get out of the woods alive.

Available at Amazon

Coming soon to Barnes and Noble

Aaron Polson (author’s blog)
Loathsome, Dark and Deep (novel website)



Aurora Wolf Press presents “Novus Creatura”

Here there be New Creatures who will become the new Frankenstein Monsters and Draculas. Mirroring society, they reach from within the pages to clutch at your throat, your very soul. The authors within these pages want to share their creatures with you. Spider-children and environmental horrors; gene-spliced monstrosities and black worms, Shadow People and Midnight Drivers, All waiting to crawl into your mind with the turn of the page.

Features: Fear Combined, by Chris Allinotte, as well as new frights from Sean Monaghan, Gregory Miller, Emma Kathryn, TK Turner, and many others!

Available at:



Mr. Moon’s Nightmares, by Jonathan Moon

I want to take you away. To a place where beauty and madness walk hand in hand. The trees whisper and screams shatter the silence. Curses stain where evil lies yet the view remains serene and breathtaking. I want to show you things. Dark and terrible things that dwell down overgrown paths and in the hearts of men. We’ll see cosmic terrors, legendary monsters, and ancient horrors along the way. Your tears will fall and your pulse will race. Reality will twist and bare it’s teeth. Here in my Nightmares.

Mr. Moon’s Nightmares @ Amazon

Houdini Gut Punch, by Jonathan Moon

Welcome to where terror has as many faces as a house of mirrors. From soul swallowing ducks to hot-rodding miscreants, it is weird… From glowing chunks of meat to cherub-faced earwigs, it is scary… A multicolored galaxy of uppers, downers, laughers, and screamers awaits! Smile through clenched teeth, and flex your stomach- Prepare yourself for ……. HOUDINI GUT PUNCH

Houdini Gut Punch @ Amazon

You can find Jonathan at his blog-, Facebook, or, email at



Their Dark Masters: Tales of Extreme Vampire Horror, edited by Mark Anthony Crittenden

When vampires have outlasted the passing of eternity, their dark masters will rise from ancient slumber. What evil games will they play? Find out as the finest small press authors weave their blackest tales of the fanged tyrants of old. Warning: horror content is extreme. Authors include Lee Hughes, Erin Cole, Lily Childs, and Tyree Campbell.

Their Dark Masters will be available on Amazon, January 1st, 2011 from Red Skies Press.



Beat to a Pulp: Round One, edited by David Cranmer and Elaine Ash

The BEAT to a PULP: Round One anthology is a collection of short stories from twenty-seven of today’s top writers and emerging talent. This gargantuan set runs the gamut of genres and sub-genres to include noir, crime, hardboiled, ghost, western, fantasy, and sci-fi. Round One features a foreword by the venerable Bill Crider and cover art by James O’Barr of The Crow fame.

Available at Amazon

Read Beat to a Pulp’s weekly punch at

Visit David Cranmer at or Elaine Ash at



The Vampire Gustav at the End of the Universe, by Sean Monaghan

The Vampire Gustav at the End of the Universe Gustav is immortal. He floats through space long after the Earth has been consumed by the dying sun. One of a dozen stories in this chapbook, “The Vampire Gustav at the End of the Universe” was originally published in Bewildering stories, and was an editor’s choice for both the Fourth Quarterly Review and the Annual Review in 2009. The other stories in the chapbook run from humor – like “The Servants of Darkness go for Pizza”, originally published in Static Movement – to dark horror, magic realism, steam punk and crime.

Available at Amazon

Reach Sean at or his website: Venus Vulture



My Heart Said No, But the Camera Crew Said Yes, by Bradley Sands

Forget everything you know about life, the world, and all the objects in it. Bradley Sands can bend them to his will with a frightening disregard for reality. You never know who, or what, is lying in wait behind the next comma. Whether it’s Super Noxious Air Man and his sidekick, Kid Centrifugal Force, or the next episode of Teddy the Rottweiler Spayer, Sands keeps you off-balance with laughter and astonishment.

These stories are crammed with the delightfully odd and the scurrilously silly. From moment to moment My Heart Said No requires the most unexpected, perplexing, and hilarious leaps of faith. But you’ll be glad you took this exhilarating jump into uncharted territory.

Available at:
Raw Dog Screaming Press

Sorry I Ruined Your Orgy, by Bradley Sands

Bizarro humorist Bradley Sands returns with one of the strangest, most hilarious collections of the year.

In Sorry I Ruined Your Orgy, the pope gets sued, a headless man falls in love with a bowl of rice, and architects dismantle the earth. A war breaks out over greeting cards. A suicidal amputee tries to kill himself. William S. Burroughs becomes an amateur archaeologist and Tao Lin drinks an ape-flavored smoothie.

Between a breakfast of clocks, a lunch date with Adolf Hitler, and breakdancing in outer space, anything is possible in the work of Bradley Sands. Just never wear a bear costume to an orgy.

Available at Amazon

Reach Bradley at his website: or his email:



Pomegranate, by Gay Degani
The title “Pomegranate” is inspired by the classic myth of Demeter, goddess of the grain, and her love for her daughter, Persephone, who is carried off to the Underworld by Hades. Demeter wanders the earth, refusing to let any growing thing prosper until her child is returned. Also find hints in these eight mother/daughter stories by Gay Degani of Medea, Lizzie Borden, and the mom next door.

Available at Amazon
Gay Degani’s website:



Hands on the Hips, by Jhon Baker

Hands on the Hips is the newest volume of the collected poems of Jhon Z. Baker, compiled from published and unpublished poems. This is poetry for the real, poetry for the people, poetry for the moment, poetry to satiate the needs, poetry of an American outlaw.

Available at Amazon

Blood, Money, Power, by Michele Marie Tate

Blood, Money, Power was inspired by a true story. It is an epic political saga of wealth, mystery and greed that leads to murder. Follow the Preston family bloodline for three generations (1920-1997).

Otto Preston, a power-hungry attorney, will do whatever it takes to build a lasting legacy and erase the pain of his personal past. Relive the folklore of Hearst castle and the lives of legendary movie stars like Marion Davis and Charlie Chaplin. Meet determined Amber as she fights for justice and struggles to unravel the mystery and intrigue from the past that led to her personal nightmare.I invite you take this action-packed ride from Santa Barbara, CA, Thailand, and the scenic Columbia Gorge in Portland, OR.

Available on Amazon, Kindle, Barnes & Noble nook

The Cowboy and the Vampire: A Darkly Romantic Mystery, by Clark Hays and Kathleen McFall

He’s a little bit country, she’s a little bit undead. Cowboy meets girl, girl meets business end of pointy teeth, cowboy loves girl anyway. Along with a loyal dog and proud horse, Lizzie and Tucker battle Vampire thugs threatening to take over the world. Set in the bustling metropolis of fictional LonePine, Wyoming, and the concrete canyons of New York, the book is a fast‐paced thriller with equal parts romance and laugh-out-loud humor as a lonesome cowboy and a high-maintenance reporter – and unwitting Queen of the Undead – fall into an unlikely romance and face an epic battle with an ancient evil.
Available at Amazon, Powell’s and other discerning bookstores.

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Grave Echoes: A Kate Waters Mystery, by Erin Cole

The nightmare is real…Kate Waters suffers from narcoleptic hallucinations, which recently involve her unreachable sister, Jev, and a mysterious key. When Kate receives the terrible news concerning Jev’s fatal car accident and acquires the mysterious key from her visions, she unlocks her sister’s world of perilous secrets involving witchcraft, poltergeist, and a heartless killer determined to get back what is his.

Available at:
Barnes & Noble

Back to the Middle of Nowhere: More Horror in Rural America, Edited by Jessy Marie Roberts & Jessica A. Weiss

Erin Cole’s Blood Vision takes you to the heart of horror in a remote country field. When Dean and Maryanne hit a deer with their combine, they have no idea what was chasing it, but small-town rumors of a half man, half moth will soon tell—some nightmares never end.

Available at:
Pill Hill Press

You can visit me here at this blog, or my website Erin Cole Writes


Thanks for visiting! Happy Holidays

26 thoughts on “Holiday Book Blog Catalog”

  1. This was a great idea and a gracious one. I have already bought LAZARUS. I do a book at a time, but I plan to come back here and continue to buy. Have a great Christmas — and may the ghost of Christmas Future only bring you good news! Roland


  2. YOU SPLENDIFEROUS DAMES done did swell here harking the herald of Season's Readings. Since the amaZING array of authors jingle*bell rocks a'plenty, I'm putting in a 2011 pledge to somehow, someway read/savour 'em all.This can come true. After all I'm young at heart. Aren't you? THANKS A'PLENTY FOR OPENING UP THE SUPER'STORE ERIN & JODI. This too, harbingers well. ~ Absolutely*Kate


  3. Good on you for doing this, Erin. The 2 anthologies that I've got stories in have just been released as well. A bit late for this though. There's always next year!! :-)


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