Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for April, 2012

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In the words of Ruth Hulburt Hamilton: Where is the mother whose house is so shocking? She’s up in the nursery, blissfully rocking! . . . Oh, I’ve grown as shiftless as Little Boy Blue (Lullaby, rockaby, lullaby loo). Dishes are waiting and bills are past due . . . Oh, cleaning and scrubbing will […]

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Five techniques to help your research

I’m terribly sorry that this blog post is a few days late. Some family health challenges  have had me away from the computer. Today’s blog is by T.W. Fendley. She is the author of Zero Time. As Zero Time nears, only Keihla Benton can save two worlds from the powers of Darkness. But first she […]

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Let’s Hear it for the NPCs

Today’s Blog comes via Gail Z. Martin. Gail is the author of The Chronicles of The Necromancer series and The Fallen Kings Cycle. Her newest book is The Sworn. She also hosts GhostInTheMachinePodcast.com and blogs at DisquietingVisions.com. For details, visit www.ChroniclesoftheNecromancer.com ___   At Lunacon, I was on a panel called “The Magical Middle Class” […]

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Five Not So Simple Rules About Humor

A thousand apologies for posting this blog late today!  I’m discovering that with a child, everything takes twice as long as it did before.  (On a side note, baby swings are awesome!) Today’s guest post is by Karina Fabian. Karina is the author of Live and Let Fly, a Dragon P.I. Mystery. For a dragon […]

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Frogs and Flying Footwear: The Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow Vol. 1 Ep. 11

Today’s podcast features two readings from the Anthology I Should Have Stayed in Oz, including Vicky Malone Kennedy’s story Silver Slippers and first time author Traci Lewis. We also have the second part of Selina Rosen’s serialized short story, The African Frog.  You can order the anthology I Should have Stayed in Oz from Yard […]

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