Monthly Archives: December 2011

Ghost Novel Review: The House Next Door

The House Next Door by Anne Rivers Siddons Simon & Schuster, Inc., 356 pages. Colquitt and Walter Kennedy pursue a complacent lifestyle in an idyllic suburban enclave. Stimulating workdays. Patio cocktails. Garden parties. Tennis doubles. You get the idea. All … Continue reading

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Should You (Or I) Self-Publish? Part Two

Welcome back to part two of our self vs. traditional publishing discussion in which we endeavor to toss together disparate musings/factoids and grind out a new truth. Since our last communication, another eminent author has crossed over to the indie … Continue reading

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Ghost Novelette for Christmas Giving: The Canterville Ghost

The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde With the advent of Christmas season, one’s thoughts naturally turn to sugar plum fairies. And ghosts. Yes, ghosts. What, Christmas doesn’t conjure spectral images for you? Just my own weirdness, then. There’s a precedent, … Continue reading

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