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Creating Effective Characters by Hal Bodner

Hal Bodner is one of the funniest and most delightful authors I’ve had the privilege of working with for a guest post on helluo librorum. (And I might add, a most patient and sweet soul.) Hal is a fascinating and accomplished … Continue reading

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contest! win an autographed copy of Miserere: An Autumn Tale

My author’s copies of Miserere: An Autumn Tale arrived yesterday and to celebrate, my awesome agent Weronika Janczuk is hosting a contest at her blog! There are two ways to win, and so no one gets confused about where to … Continue reading

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Contest: Miserere: An Autumn Tale

I started this blog so very long ago to hone my blogging skills in case I ever had the good fortune to be published. Well now, we are are here, and I want to share some of that good fortune … Continue reading

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Possum love with Jen K. Blom

I have to admit that as an adult, I have read and loved only a few middle grade novels, and fewer still that I’ve read in one day. Possum Summer is one such novel. Jen K. Blom delivers up a … Continue reading

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cover art for Miserere

Not all of my subscribers here at helluo librorum follow me at my other blog, and I’m so excited, I wanted to share this here too. The cover art for my debut novel Miserere: An Autumn Tale has been completed. … Continue reading

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i have a publisher

I am so thrilled to announce that my agent, Weronika Janczuk, has sold my novel Miserere: An Autumn Tale to Night Shade Books. Here is the official Publishers Marketplace announcement: Teresa Frohock’s debut MISERERE: AN AUTUMN TALE, in which an exiled exorcist … Continue reading

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An Interview with Greg F. Gifune

This week we’re going to be talking with dark fiction author Greg F. Gifune. I first heard about Greg when I interviewed Robert Dunbar, and Rob mentioned Greg’s novel, Judas Goat. It was many months later that I finally had … Continue reading

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The Girls with Games of Blood by Alex Bledsoe (via BookLove)

The Dragon reviews The Girls with Games of Blood by Alex Bledsoe at Booklove: It’s 1975 in Memphis, Tennessee, and Alex Bledsoe returns with his Memphis vampires for a novel filled with fast cars, rock and roll, and steamy southern nights. Baron … Continue reading

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the dragon’s nook

Okay, I caved. (No pun intended. Well, okay . . . maybe a little one.) I now officially own a Nook. This was not a decision I took lightly; I probably spent as much time comparing the Nook to various … Continue reading

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An Interview with Joe McKinney

One of the pleasures of interviewing authors for helluo librorum is the diverse personalities that I encounter. When I first heard that Joe was a homicide detective, I thought I’d find a “just the facts, ma’am” kind of guy. How … Continue reading

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