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China Doll, Reviewed by Scott Taylor

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China Doll, Reviewed by Scott Taylor

The first review is in.  Scott Taylor, writer and filmmaker, posted his independent review of China Doll on September 13, 2013.  The launch of the book that features us, along with eleven other authors, is planned for October 31, 2013.

Scott Taylor is one of my sibling authors, appearing with me in  Shades and Shadows, a Paranormal Anthology.   His story, Split Ends rides along with my first published short story, China Doll. Continue reading

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, is a story worth a thousand pictures?

I have been writing poetry since elementary school. I don’t know why, it was just one of those things that fit into my mind very well. I turned out poems by the pound in the 4th grade. Most of them were about horses, I recall, for that was what truly inspired me back then. As I “grew up” in my craft, I discovered that poetry writing went hand-in-hand with my other fascination, music making. Continue reading

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