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#SaysTheEditor: Transformations

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

Weeks fifteen and sixteen are behind us now. They’ve been weeks of transformations, if not for me personally — seems that the status quo is holding, and I suppose that’s good — but for the things in my life. My bike now sports its new handlebar tape. While there’s some pink in the tape, there’s […]

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Lines of Distinction: Something Else by Nia Farrell

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

SOMETHING ELSE by Nia Farrell. Three soulmates forge a future from the flames of their pasts in an interracial MMF ménage erotic romance. “It’s part paranormal, part BDSM, part love story, but all good.” Barnes and Noble ➔ http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/something-else-nia-farrell/1122571287?ean=2940151122504 Amazon ➔ http://mybook.to/SomethingElse Allromance ➔ https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-somethingelse-1874223-340.html BookStrand ➔ http://www.bookstrand.com/something-else-mmf Smashwords ➔ https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/571934 Dark Hollows Press ➔ […]

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#SaystheEditor and a #WritingPrompt: To Lick or Not to Lick

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

Do you guys like the graphic? The amazing Magnolia Belle made it for me two years ago, and I’m finally getting around to remembering I have it and should be using it! Pick up her books — I am partial to Lady Gwendolyn, although MB also writes some good Rock Fiction — or get in […]

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#SaysTheEditor: Slogging Through

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

The Thursday running up to Week Fourteen hit me hard. Really hard. Like: three naps in one day hard. Healing is like this. It’s tricky stuff, if you think about it. I’ve had a million and three orthopedic injuries. Usually, by week 14, you’re out of the cast, if there was one, into the brace, […]

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Susan Speaks: Words as Weapons (Take Two)

Author: Susan Helene Gottfried

With a respectful nod to Seether… All I really want is something beautiful to say Most of us grow up with that old sticks and stones maxim. As kids, we like it. It’s our defense against bullies and the mean kids and situations. It gives us a sense of power and a coating of teflon. […]

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