Saturday, June 30, 2012

Time Keepers Excerpt Post

Author Nicki J. Markus has sent an excerpt from he new book Time Keepers that is expected to be released in July.

In the not so distant future, Supernaturals have announced their presence to the world. But now a secret government agency is rounding them up, hoping to use them for its own purposes.
With Supernaturals going missing every day, Nick has been careful to guard his own secret, never giving anyone reason to notice him. That is until Ellie comes careering into his train carriage.
Instantly drawn to her, he tries to help. But soon both their secrets are revealed and they find themselves on the run in a desperate bid to escape from the mysterious Time Keepers, whose net is closing in around them.

Thursday, June 28, 2012

In the Mailbox

I have quite a list of books that I have recieved this week. My to-read list is ever growing.

Zombie Cinderella II: The Ball (Zombie Fairy Tales #6)


Cinderella returns to continue her bloody revenge. While at the Ball, she reunites with her evil stepsisters, and discovers that the Prince has some secrets of his own that are far from charming.

To Capture Love


In 1813, a timid sculptor wants to complete the commission to sculpt a replica of a soldier slain in the Peninsular war for a museum exhibition, but the man's grieving brother gives her a severe set down, not realizing he's speaking to the very artist he's engaged to create a loving monument he hopes will help him heal from the emotional pain of losing his brother.

Monday, June 25, 2012

The Red Leaves and the Living Token

Red Leaves and the Living TokenRed Leaves and the Living Token by Benjamin David Burrell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a free copy of this book for my honest review.

This was a wonderfully original story created in a different world inhabited by three types of beings that represent three types of nature. The Zoen are furry creatures that are very animalistic looking. The petra have a very rocklike look about them. The Botann are green and very plantlike in appearance. The greatest difficulty for me was keeping straight which characters were which. It would have been helpful if at the front or the back there would have been a guide to the three types of creatures and which characters were which. A map of the area would have also been helpful.

In the Mailbox

The mailbox has been a bit barren the last week. I have only one book to share with you. I ordered this book because I had won the second book in this series from FirstReads,Kings of the North (Paladin's Legacy, #2)
and thought I should begin in the begining of the series.

Oath of Fealty (Paladin's Legacy, #1)


Elizabeth Moon’s bestselling science fiction novels featuring Kylara Vatta have earned her rave reviews and comparison to such giants as Robert Heinlein and Lois McMaster Bujold. But as Moon’s devoted fans know, she started her career as a fantasy writer. The superb trilogy known as The Deed of Paksenarrion is widely judged to be one of the great post-Tolkien fantasies, a masterpiece of sustained world-building and realistic military action. Now Moon returns to this thrilling realm for the first time in nearly twenty years. The result: another classic in the making.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Nicholas: Lords of Satyr

Nicholas (The Lords of Satyr, #1)Nicholas by Elizabeth Amber

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Let me start by saying that this book is far from being for everyone. Definitely not for those under 18. But absolutely something I loved, but I've always enjoyed the strange and unusual.

This is the story of 3 satyr men that have been given the task of finding three Farie women and marrying them to give them protection from evil. Usually the satyr appear completely human except during the Calling at the full moon when they have furry legs and 2 phallus and an insatiable sex drive.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

"Re@#%€ch, an Authors Four Letter Word

Hi all. My name is Lorne Oliver, writer of a thriller novel called Red Island out right now as an ebook, and I am thrilled to be doing a guest blog. I’m going to talk about something that I really thought I would hate until I got right into it, research.

When I was younger research was a four letter word like: yuck, poop, and ewww. Being told we had a research project was like telling us we had to go out back and shovel sewage. But then that was back in the day when you had to go searching through Encyclopedia Britanica and any other books you could find in the library. In writing Red Island I didn’t have a choice. Research had to be done. The plan was to write a novel looking through the eyes of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) member and at what makes a serial killer. I am not a member of the RCMP and, though some people were worried after reading the novel, I am also not a serial killer. Research had to be done.

For the RCMP everything fell into my lap. My wife started interning with them in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and her boss got very interested when she told him I wanted to talk to him and write a novel. As far as I’m concerned going straight to the source is always the best research. A lot of the details of Sgt. Reid from Red Island are what I got out of talking to several RCMP members including his past career and some of his experiences. Going to the source and asking more questions than you could ever need answered is the key. Now that I am working on the second novel I still refer back to those questions and send them emails asking even more questions. The thing most people don’t realise is that a lot of people are more than willing to talk to you about whatever it is they do. You find the one or two that are willing and everything will just flow from them.

Monday, June 18, 2012

The Black God's War

The Black God's War (Splendor and Ruin, #1)The Black God's War by Moses Siregar III

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I did really enjoy this book and I might even stretch it up to 4.5 stars. I had only a couple of minor issues but over all it was a good one, even tho it was a bit long.

This story seems drawn on Homer's Illiad. There is a great war and a pantheon of gods that took part. However, its not really clear for the reason behind the war. With the Illiad it was because of Helen of Troy with Rezzia and Powelon its not so clear.

In The Mailbox

New additions to my to read list.

This one is an author requested review that sounds interesting. Who doesn't love dragons?

Dragon Fate


Dragon Fate, the acclaimed first novel by J.D. Hallowell, is a heroic fantasy adventure in the finest tradition of the genre. Delno Okonan is a young former soldier eager to put the swords and strife of war behind him, when a chance encounter leaves him inextricably entwined in a tangled web of dragons, magic, and intrigue, as he struggles to find his place among dragons and men, and stave off a plot by renegade dragon riders that threatens all he now holds dear. Teens and adults alike will find themselves hanging on every twist and turn.

The next two books I received from BooksfreeSwap

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Apocalypse Now?

Hi everyone, my name is James A. West, and I’m honored to guest post for Flora.

Today I would like to talk about something I enjoy in books. Believe it or not, that topic is an apocalypse. When I was 13 years old I read The Talisman, by Stephen King and Peter Straub, and it literally changed my life. Not only did it point me toward a path of writing, it introduced me to the exciting worlds of fantasy. To this day, I love losing myself in a completely different world, and getting caught up in the characters’ adventures across strange and twisted lands. The darker and scarier the story, the more I like it.

On the question of apocalypse? I say bring it! Over the years, however, I began to notice that in most fiction the world comes to the edge of destruction, only to get dragged back from the brink. Thanks to Hero X’s good deed, everyone goes back to the 9-to-5 slog. Thanks, indeed, Hero X.

Thursday, June 14, 2012



By Laurie Halse Anderson

4 Stars out of 5

Twisted follows a teenager named Tyler through his everyday life. We follow Tyler as he gets his heart broken by the "angel" Bethany, getting bullied in High School by the popular kids.  We experience the pressure Tyler feels from his father to keep his grades up and to be what Tyler interprets as perfect.

As someone who was bullied horrendously bullied in high school I can completely put myself in Tyler's shoes.  I understood is extreme dislike of the teachers and other students, and the desperate wish that everyone would just leave you alone and stop whispering about you.  Reading about Tyler's experience in high school brought back tons of memories from when I was in high school, but at the same time I was glad to know that I wasn't alone in the way I felt in school.

In the Mailbox

Here's a few additions to my to read list.

This is the second book in the The Ginecean Chronicles. The first book in this series, The Priest, I reviewed not long ago and was awesome so I've really been looking forward to this one.

Pax in the Land of Women (The Ginecean Chronicles, book 2)


Love doesn’t obey preordained rules. Sometimes, social status and gender mean nothing. The purest of affections can be born between two people living in different worlds. In a society where women rule over an enslaved race of men and love between a woman and man is considered a perversion, Pax’s and Prince’s union is destined for a tragic end.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Guest blogger James A. West

We welcome fantasy author James A. West as a guest blogger on June 16, 2012. Mr. West is the author of The Heirs of the Fallen series.

The God King (Heirs of the Fallen, #1)


Heroes are not born, they are forged in the fires of apocalypse...

In the heavens above, the three moons crash together, streaming fire and death in their wake; below, the seas rage as the roiling face of the world shatters. After Prince Varis Kilvar steals powers to transform himself into a god, chaos reigns from the king's city of Ammathor to the forbidding walls of the Black Keep. At his heels marches a demonic army torn from the very bowels of the Thousand Hells, and the risen God King uses terror to stake his claim over all lands.

Betrayed and bound to Varis by powers he does not understand, mercenary Kian Valara is forced to masquerade as the world's savior, while a beautiful Sister of Najihar prepares him for his last battle. Victory against a living god is far from certain, but vengeance? For Kian, when the battle rage falls upon his soul and the sword hilt is hot and alive against his palm, vengeance is never out of reach.

Crown of the Setting Sun (Heirs of the Fallen, #2)


Chains that bind the soul are stronger than iron…

One step ahead of demonic slavemasters, Leitos flees across a sun-scorched realm littered with the relics of mankind’s destruction. No matter which way he turns, enemies stalk the shadows clad in fiendish flesh, or hunt in plain sight wearing the faces of men.

Thrust into a world his slave’s eyes have never seen, Leitos struggles to heed his dying grandfather’s command: “Run and hide. Find the Crown of the Setting Sun beyond the Mountains of Fire, and there seek out the Brothers of the Crimson Shield.” Such are the words of a madman … yet they are his only hope.

Mr. West will be blogging about life and his work especially his recently relased Crown of the Setting Sun. Both of these books sound awesome and I shall be adding them to my to read list.

Sunday, June 10, 2012

In The Mailbox

New books that have been added to my to-read list this week



‘I have lived more years than I can remember, probably more than the sum of all your years combined. Kings have called me friend and brigands have sworn to burn the flesh from my bones even if they have to search all seven halls of the shadowland to find me.’

On the night of midwinter’s eve, a storyteller takes his listeners back to the Dark ages and a tale from his youth.

Deserted by its Roman masters, Britain has been invaded by the Saxons at the invitation of Vortigern, traitorous leader of the Britons. Now, as the tribes unite to reclaim their land, one man must rise to lead them and become their true and only king.

Mars on the Rise (Veetu Industries, #1)

A storyteller steps off a pier and into a world of steampunk oddities, fearsome weapons, and a dangerous man. Promised fame and fortune by the country's largest weapons manufacturer, Cedo gratefully falls into the arms of Erus Veetu. Dark, dangerous and with nothing to lose, Erus shows him that Svenfur isn't all Cedo thought it was. For beneath the streets is a dark, gas lit world of slavery, human sacrifice, and deadly machines. With the machines waging war in the East, can Cedo stop the country's deadliest man from bringing it to the shores of England? Or is he too late to penetrate the cold exterior of his Master and halt the cogs and gears of progress?

Set in a Victorian world of sex, drugs and steampower, Mars on the Rise tells a dark, gritty story of what happens when our dreams come true. Whether we want them to or not.

A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1)


In A Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin has created a genuine masterpiece, bringing together the best the genre has to offer. Mystery, intrigue, romance, and adventure fill the pages of the first volume in an epic series sure to delight fantansy fans everywhere.

In a land where summers can last decades and winters a lifetime, trouble is brewing. The cold is returning, and in the frozen wastes of the north of Winterfell, sinister and supernatural forces are massing beyond the kingdom's protective Wall. At the center of the conflict lie the Starks of Winterfell, a family as harsh and unyielding as the land they were born to. Sweeping from a land of brutal cold to a distant summertime kingdom of epicurean plenty, here is a tale of lords and ladies, soldiers and sorcerers, assassins and bastards, who come together in a time of grim omens. Amid plots and counterplots, tragedy and betrayal, victory and terror, the fate of the Starks, their allies, and their enemies hangs perilously in the balance, as each endeavors to win that deadliest of conflicts: the game of thrones

Friday, June 8, 2012


Outcasts: Short Stories by Tom C. UnderhillOutcasts: Short Stories by Tom C. Underhill by Tom C. Underhill

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a free copy of this book for review.

This was a wonderful of short stories. Overall I gave it 4 stars but of course some of the stories are more and some a bit less but all are good and very much worth reading.

Ghostwriter I had read previously and gave 5 stars. This short story begins with the unknown author asking for your help with vengenance against someone who has murdered his family and mentor. As you read on he explains that just reading the story to the end will be enough for him to be revenged altho how this is to happen is never explained only implied. If you didn't want to participate all you had to do was quit reading but once you started this story you felt compelled to finish it. This was a very unusual and original story however I did find it to be quite dark. Another reviewer had mentioned that they wished Underhill would expand this story into a novel and I tend to agree. I would love to know more about what happened before and after but then again it would take some of the mystery away which is one of the most intriguing aspects of it. Overall I loved it and would recommend it to any fan of a good ghost story.

Branded Faith: 4 stars. This is a very original short story. A young man with a gift the Stranger was adopted into a religious order. They see him as a healer and a savior while he only sees it as a curse. The sadness and lonliness of the Stranger are very evident almost overwhelming in fact. I would love to read a longer version of this story. There is definite potential for this to be a wonderful full length novel.

Smile: 4 stars. This very original story was super creepy to say the least. Tammy feels invisible but it may be more than just a feeling.

Permanence: 4 stars. A group of soldiers find themsleves marooned on an island with their captain incapacitated. I loved the characters and thought this story was very well written. It had a Robinson Crusoe feel too it just a bit more modern.

Time Trick: 4 Stars. A man in a loveless marriage finds that when he has sex with a prostitute named Claudia he is able to relive moments of his past that changes his present life. A very original story with a teaser ending that really leaving you wanting the story to continue.

Splintered: 3.5 stars. A young man finds that his life is in turmoil. His world is being torn apart as possible realities merge. He encounters strangers along the way that know him. The story is unique however not unpredictable. I could definitely see where things were heading.

Charted Waters: 3.5 stars. Sailors find themselves trapped in the ocean by an unknown anomally. The concept here is definitely original but just a bit bizarre.

Low-Limb High: 3 stars. Caroline is a teenager in a broken home. She lives with her mother after her father and brother have both left. She searches for answers as to why her family is tore apart with the help of a family heirloom. My issue with this one is with everyone being so judgemental. There's always more than one side to a story and thats all we see here. Caroline wants to know why her father left but never asks why he doesn't contact her. There are so many more issues here than what is addressed.

Revisions: 3 stars. Not even sure where to start here. This story to me was the most bizarre. It starts out after Blake has died and then he finds himself in different points in history with specific instructions that are difficult to carry out. This story was definitely a new perspective on things but not my favorite of the collection.

Overall I loved this collection of stories and would recommend it to anyone who loves sci fi or short stories.

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Morning Star

Morning Star (Ethos, #1)Morning Star by Desiree Finkbeiner

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I received a free copy of this book for review.

I would probably stretch this up to 3.5 stars. I thought it was fairly well written and I enjoyed this original story.

Who doesn't enjoy a story with giant dragonflies, magic mushrooms, and hot guys with angel wings. Throw in an evil doer and her race of minions and you have a perfect story. Well almost. It is a wonderful story of forbidden love with people from other deminsions and great imagry, but there is an almost overpowering religious aspect to it. There is all of this purity and chastity related to Kalen and Brianna and their destiny. Their love is taboo, and so much so that it equated with going to hell. Any diversion from the path of physical purity would have spelled certain disaster for all worlds. (I admit it, I had to take a break in the middle and read something smutty before I could continue.) The only other issue I had was in a couple of places the actions of the characters wasn't logical. I don't want to give any spoilers so I will just say in a couple of places Briana and Kalen seemed to go toward danger instead of away from it.

Overall its a good story for YA and lovers of fantasy if you don't mind the religious overtones. And I admit, I'm curious to see where this series is headed.

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

R.I.P Ray Bradbury

According to ABC News Ray Bradbury passed away today at the age of 91. Bradbury was born born August 22, 1920 and became a full time writer in 1943.

Bradbury was a definite legend in the literary community especially those of us that enjoy science fiction. Fahrenheit 451 is a classic that is often, and with good reason, required reading in many high schools and college lit courses. Other famous works include Something Wicked This Way Comes, The Illustrated Man, and of course The Martian Chronicles.

He was truly a great author that will be missed. On the occasion of his 80th birthday in August 2000, Bradbury said, "The great fun in my life has been getting up every morning and rushing to the typewriter because some new idea has hit me. The feeling I have every day is very much the same as it was when I was twelve. In any event, here I am, eighty years old, feeling no different, full of a great sense of joy, and glad for the long life that has been allowed me. I have good plans for the next ten or twenty years, and I hope you'll come along."

Fahrenheit 451The Martian ChroniclesSomething Wicked This Way Comes

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Uncommon Whore

An Uncommon WhoreAn Uncommon Whore by Belinda McBride

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In a word: Awesome! This is the story of Pasha who is a slave with no memory of who he was before. He has been sold into the servitude of a humanoid who uses him to support his gambling addiction. In the begining he sees a man in the bar that his heart recognizes even if his mind doesn't.

The story is told wonderfully from the perspective of Pasha. We see thru his eyes as he finds his life long friend and love and comes to know who he truly is and why his is an uncommon whore. I love the flow of this book as the story slowly unfolds as Pasha's memories return. He comes to remember who he is and what happened to him. He then has to learn the fate of his people and what has happened to those his loves. The sex is definitely hot and only serves to add to the story instead of the story only being about the sex. The story is more about love, relationships, and overcoming hardships.

I would recommend this to anyone that loves sci/fi erotica with a bit of spice and definitely only for those over 18. Loved it!

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“ man should be without those moments of reality, those experiences that tell him that he is only a mortal and not a god”
― Belinda McBride, An Uncommon Whore

“Love isn't about forcing submission,Grif. Its about...doing for the one you love. It's about their happiness over our own.”
― Belinda McBride, An Uncommon Whore

Monday, June 4, 2012

Do-Dah Day or Salute to Silliness

According to Here today is a day for silliness. When I think of silliness the first author that comes to mind is Christopher Moore. The first book of his that I ever read was

The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove

A sea monster named Steve--who has developed a "thing" for explosive oil tanker trucks--terrorizes newly libidinous Pine Cove, California.

From that point I was hooked on works by this author. What are your favorite humor reads? How do you escape into silliness?

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Enter the Agent (Chronicles of M, #1)

Enter the Agent (Chronicles of M, #1)Enter the Agent by Nicholas Forristal

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a free copy of this for review.

There was just enough of this story to make me want to read more. This is a super short read but very intriguing. Samuel Horn is an agent to the stars and has just retired when he find himself in the middle of a bank robbery. After talking the robbers into turning himself in he finds himself offered a new job.

In the Mailbox

Here are a couple of new acquisitions.

Fifty Shades of Grey (Fifty Shades, #1)


When literature student Anastasia Steele is drafted to interview the successful young entrepreneur Christian Grey for her campus magazine, she finds him attractive, enigmatic and intimidating. Convinced their meeting went badly, she tries to put Grey out of her mind - until he happens to turn up at the out-of-town hardware store where she works part-time.

The unworldly, innocent Ana is shocked to realize she wants this man, and when he warns her to keep her distance it only makes her more desperate to get close to him. Unable to resist Ana’s quiet beauty, wit, and independent spirit, Grey admits he wants her - but on his own terms.

Shocked yet thrilled by Grey's singular erotic tastes, Ana hesitates. For all the trappings of success – his multinational businesses, his vast wealth, his loving adoptive family – Grey is a man tormented by demons and consumed by the need to control. When the couple embarks on a passionate, physical and daring affair, Ana learns more about her own dark desires, as well as the Christian Grey hidden away from public scrutiny.

Can their relationship transcend physical passion? Will Ana find it in herself to submit to the self-indulgent Master? And if she does, will she still love what she finds?

Erotic, amusing, and deeply moving, the Fifty Shades Trilogy is a tale that will obsess you, possess you, and stay with you forever.

Nicholas (The Lords of Satyr, #1)



Nicholas looks very much like what he is --- the handsome, successful heir to a vineyard in Tuscany. But Nicholas is much more, for he is one of the last in an ancient line of satyr men. And the dying king of ElseWorld wants him not only to marry, but to wed one of the king's own daughters --- a half-human, half-faerie woman unaware of her heritage. Nicholas won't shirk his duty to produce heirs to guard his race's legacies, but he never plans to make his bride his only lover.

Friday, June 1, 2012

Interview With Kevin Richey

I'd like to introduce author Kevin Richey creator of the Zombie Fairy Tale Series

Zombie Cinderella (Zombie Fairy Tales #1)

Hansel and Gretel Are Dead (Zombie Fairy Tales #2)The Zombie Pinocchio (Zombie Fairy Tales #3)Blood Red Riding Hood (Zombie Fairy Tales #4)Beauty Is a Beast  (Zombie Fairy Tales #5)

I appreciate you taking the time to answer some questions about your work. I've read all of the Tales that have been published so far and I have found them to all be very unique. The underlying fairytales were all familiar but the works themselves have been very much their own stories. The more of them I read the more I wanted to do this interview.

Please tell us a bit about yourself.

I grew up in Burbank, California. That’s the home of Disney Studios, and not far from Disneyland, so I grew up watching all the films and learning the history. My mom was also really into the supernatural, so we’d always be going on ghost tours and visiting psychics. I think that combination was influential to my imaginative world, even after I left for college and then moved to Phoenix, Arizona.

Have you always been interested in horror genre or have you written other types as well?

I’ve tried writing all kinds of genres, but they always seem to end up suspenseful or creepy. Zombie Fairy Tales was not so much an attempt at writing horror as writing fairy tales.

Why such an interest in zombies? What gave you the idea to write this short story series?

As much as zombies have been capitalized on lately as a plot device, most of what’s out there is presenting them in exactly the same way. Very little is out there that tries to explore the inner life of zombies, and I wanted to do something for a while that investigates the idea that maybe there is a deeper inner life there, even if still a primal one, and that zombies simply lack the means to express it. As for involving fairy tales, I had the idea for Zombie Cinderella a few years ago, but never did anything with it. Then last fall I had the urge to write an anthology series, and it was my favorite option on the list, so I started developing more stories to make it into a series.

Mary Shelly's Frankenstein is evident in The Zombie Pinocchio and of course we see Grimm's Fairytales, but what other authors have been an influence on your work?

There’s a lot, actually. Patrick Suskind has probably had the biggest influence on the series so far, more so in energy and spirit than technique. I had a bit of an obsession with his work about two years ago, tracking down all of his out-of-print titles and re-reading Perfume: The Story of a Murderer several times. He’s probably my favorite modern author, even if he hasn’t released a book in ages. (I don’t understand how he can waste such a talent.) I also really turn to the obsessive characters in Dostoevsky and Woolf whenever I need to get my thoughts racing. R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps was one of my favorites growing up, and it was what gave me the idea to make my series monthly. Films and television have also had a major impact on the series, including, oddly enough, Batman: The Animated Series. The villains always had an emotional tragedy they were trying to overcome, and whenever I wanted to make my villains more sympathetic, I’d ask, “How would Batman do it?”

The cover art for your books fits the stories very well. Did you design your cover art or do you have someone that does this for you?

My boyfriend David is a professional photographer, so he’s responsible for the creepy cover art. We also have a friend, Desiato Khan, who is a really talented fashion designer, and he does all the costumes for us. I’m very lucky to have such talented people to help me.

#5 Beauty Is a Beast was just released so there are seven more to go in this series. Do you care to give us some hints as to what is in store for us?

There’s actually more than seven left. There will be twelve titles total in the main series, and then three additional holiday-themed stories that will be released once a month during the last quarter of the year. We’ll be covering most of the major fairy tales. I think the two I’m looking forward to the most are versions of The Little Mermaid and the Little Match Stick Girl.

After the last Zombie Fairytale is released in December do you have plans for a different series or a longer novel?

Yes, and yes. I’m currently in the final stages of editing of a full-length novel, although I probably won’t release it until next year. It is a much more ambitious zombie retelling than anything in Zombie Fairy Tales, and I’m really excited for it. I also have started plotting a new series for next year. I’m not ready to make any announcements for it yet, other than saying it will be a YA dystopian series with zombie elements.

One last question just for fun: If you could meet any dead literary figure who would it be and why?

I think I’d want to meet Virginia Woolf, but only if she were played by Nicole Kidman. I think she’d have the best advice about writing and life.

Is there anything else you would like to add?

Just a thank you to all the readers of Zombie Fairy Tales. The support and fan feedback has been a very welcome surprise, and I’m very grateful that so many people have enjoyed the series thus far.

We here at the Cotton Patch appreciate you taking the time to be interviewed. I have definitely enjoyed your Fairy Tales so far and am looking forward to more of them. Its definitely been interesting learning about the man behind the stories.

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