Free Fiction Monday: The Voodoo Project

Rebekah uses her Sight to fight for good. She works for the Voodoo Project, although her work involves psy ops, not voodoo. She fears retirement and a normal life. So she keeps working, going on missions, never knowing when she will face her last mission…

Because she can see anyone’s future—except her own.

“The Voodoo Project,” by Hugo Award-winning author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only.

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Business Musings: Blogging the Business Master Class

  Every year, we hold a Business Master Class at the Oregon Coast. We gather a lot of knowledge and boot-strap information. All of us are indie or hybrid, and we’re looking for ways to improve our careers. And some of this is for me, since traveling to a big conference like NINC is exceedingly difficult for me (I can’t fly any more) and I’d […]

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Fiction River News!

Fiction River #2 will be coming out in about a month. I can share both the final cover for the trade paper and the list of names in the volume. John Helfers did a fantastic job editing this issue. It’s got some edgy stories, and powerful stories (which are, sometimes, one and the same). I’m really pleased with our second issue. So subscribe now in order […]

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The Fiction River Video

I know a lot of you won’t go to the Fiction River Kickstarter site, and many of you who do won’t watch the video. I’ve watched a ton of Kickstarter videos and they’re usually…well, not worth watching. Ours is. But it almost wasn’t because of me & Dean. The problem? Well, I got trained in broadcasting, and worked in radio for a long time. But watching me […]

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Two New Stories in the Same Anthology

Yeah, I got a little wacky.  Here’s the story behind the stories.  Dean and I put on a workshop with Denise Little of Tekno Books.  Denise gives the writers who attend a short story assignment for an active anthology.  The Trouble With Heroes was the assignment anthology.  Denise didn’t pick all of the stories submitted from the workshop for the antho, but honestly, about 95% […]

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