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  • Dog Days has a Cover

    Dog Days by TA Moore - cover by the brilliant Anne Cain

    Sooooo, Dreamspinner is going to publish my novel Dog Days later on this year. This is obviously exciting as ALL GET OUT, and the whole editorial process has been a mixture of exciting and terrifying (Just generally, not because of my editor! She’s awesome!), but it still seemed a little bit unreal. Then my cover […]

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  • Double Decker Disappoinment


    Not mine! On holiday I was sitting in a food court sucking on a Diet Coke and sulking quietly that I couldn’t have the absolutely delicious smelling Kentucky Fried Chicken, when I witnessed the Double Decker Disappointment. A man cut the queue — frankly, that is why I started paying attention because I was expecting […]

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  • Every Single Pinky and the Brain Plan to Take Over the World, Ranked

    http://io9.gizmodo.com/every-single-pinky-and-the-brain-plan-to-take-over-the-1778890186 This is awesome. Me and a friend used to quote Pinky and Brain to each other every time we came up with eeeeevvvvvvullll plans for our RPG. (Also? Testing the update that let’s me post to WP from my iPad.)

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  • Team Cap Representing

    First of all, I have had an awesome time in San Diego with Rhys and Jenn. I got to see the pandas, Gus, two of the Five, and see the Avengers divorce movie, aka Captaim America: Civil War (I am Team Cap, but I think both sides had a point.)   Secondly, I am really […]

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  • Moonlight Din-dins


    Ok, I wasn’t feeling too well yesterday. It was very hot, I hadn’t slept much, and I had an asthma attack in Denver. So I slouched back to the hotel to write a post and then go to sleep. Except despite the copious amounts of sugar and coffee I had poured down my gullet, I […]

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  • TA Moore and Tourism


    As you know if you follow my tumblr/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram then I am on holiday. I am currently in Denver for slightly longer than I had planned (there has been a lot of shite going on, I am not dwelling), but whatevs I’ve had a good time. I’ve been all around Denver, hit downtown (cool!), gone to […]

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  • Labyrinth of Stone audiobook out now!


    So after an exciting few months of auditioning narrators (well, that only took a week or so but the excitement stayed with me!) Labyrinth of Stone is now an audiobook! You can download it from Audible and, if you wait a few days, I will hopefully be running a contest to get a free audiobook […]

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  • “Pride Weekend” by Charley Descoteaux


    Overworked cubicle jockey Adam Byron wants to attend Oregon Coast Pride in style but the price of a room at Buchanan House, a popular gay retreat on the central coast, is beyond his budget. So he won’t miss out, he advertises online for someone to share expenses. Corporate drone Silas Grant responds to Adam’s ad, […]

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      So, when they say St. George slew a dragon…did they mean screwed?   Okay, cheekiness aside (although not entirely if you click through!) check some of these gorgeous pictures by Javier Cortina. Source: Summer Diary – EXCLUSIVE   THE LEGEND OF SAINT GEORGE   with… Discover more work by Javier Cortina on his website,  […]

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  • Release Day! Thárros by C. Kennedy is Out!

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    Θάρρος Thárros. Greek. Meaning courage Courage. n. /ˈkərij/ 1. The ability to do something that frightens one. 2. Strength in the face of fear, pain, or grief. ~*~ Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not the absence of fear. ~Mark Twain High school senior Michael Sattler leads a charmed life. Almost. He has great friends, […]