I’m talking about love…

To celebrate the release of Lady Fury by Shehanne Moore I give you the Dudes and the art of defining “love”.

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Lady Fury.  MeWhy would I do that?   What kind of a re-release day jaunt in this?

Lady Fury – I didn’t know she did. She doesn’t either.  As to why she writes them? Well,publishers are always looking for romances.

Lady Fury – Excuse me. Who was asked along here to do this post? On love? And answer questions about myself?

Lady Fury —Dudes, can we just please…..

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Living In A Paranormal World

My interview with Jayne from Paranormal Voice UK

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Living In A Paranormal World-Part Two
Adele Marie Park

In this article, I am talking with Jayne Mortimore who is a paranormal investigator in Paranormal Voice based in the UK. She will give insight into what a paranormal investigator does, why she personally chose to be one and exactly what the dangers are associated with this choice.
Welcome Jayne, thank you for agreeing to be interviewed.

Hi Adele.

Can you explain to our readers what a paranormal investigator is, please?

A Paranormal Investigator is someone who investigates, pushes the barriers of research and communication with all types of phenomena. That could be the afterlife, aliens, cryptozoology and any form of supernatural happenings outside of the boundaries of ‘normal’.
For me and the Paranormal Voice team, we choose to study and document the afterlife and especially keen in communication with the Spirit World.

Thank you and how does a paranormal…

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Imbolc, Brigid, & the Coming of Spring

A magical post from Colleen, about Imbolic, with lots of things to make and bake. ❤

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One of my favorite celebrations (and there are many) featured on the Wheel of the Year is Imbolc or Saint Brigid’s Day in the Gaelic tradition. This holiday is celebrated February 1st or 2nd of each year. I like to celebrate both days. In America, this is also Ground Hogs day and I’ve also heard the day called Candlemas. It’s time to celebrate the coming of Spring!

Imbolc marks the halfway point between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox which hints at the rebirth of the sun as it rises higher in the sky. This closeness to Spring gives us all something to look forward to instead of the harsh winds and cold of winter.

Wikipedia shares:

“Imbolc is mentioned in some of the earliest Irish literature and there is evidence it has been an important date since ancient times. It is believed that it was originally a pagan

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She’s back. …in every way.

Shey and the dudes share Chapter One of The Unraveling of Lady Fury. It’s a damn good one.

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Shey – Cos frankly I had to kick your butts into gear.

Shey- it is kind as you’re getting till you get back into line.

‘Had her mind really whispered Lady Margaret this morning? James Flint Blackmoore. Pig. Pig. Complete. Absolute. Pig. Bastard. Now, that’s what she should have thought.’

Her gorge rose even though she had something on him now. A shipload in fact. Rescind the rules? In her dreams. His too. The bastard could take what he got and welcome.


Genoa 1820

Malmesbury would father the heir to the Beaumont dukedom. Count Vellagio wasn’t a contender. What she’d logged in her book about him this afternoon said it would be a huge mistake anyway. The same for the Duke of Southey—young, certainly, but a drunk with quiffed hair and filthy fingernails.

No, Malmesbury was the best. The only. Intelligent without being painful, fashionable yet not a…

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SUBMISSION CALL: Dark Divinations

Submission call


Dark Divinations
Edited by Naching T. Kassa

It is the height of Queen Victoria’s rule, the world is powered by steam and seen by gaslight. Fog swirls in the street, while in the parlor, hands are linked. Pale and expectant faces gaze upon a woman, her eyes closed and shoulders slumped. The medium speaks, her tone hollow and inhuman. The séance has begun.

Séances are but one method of divination and communication with the dead. There are many others. From Tarot to the witch board, scrying to numerology, HorrorAddicts.net wants it all. We want your Victorian Age stories of Dark Divinations.

First and foremost, your submission must be a horror story and contain something emotionally, physically, or mentally horrifying.

Secondly, it must take place during the Victorian Era. We don’t care if it’s in England, the American West, colonial India, or Africa, it must take place during the years…

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Shaping the world

A beautiful thoughtful post by Sue Vincent.

The Silent Eye

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Back in the earliest days when mankind had his beginnings, it was the land and our response to it that had shaped us. It has been suggested that it was the long grass that caused us first to stand on two legs… a need to spot potential predators at a distance. As animals our physical defences are minimal. It is our intellect, adaptability and ability to use what comes to hand to serve our needs that allowed us to thrive. It was the land, the environment and climate that offered the raw materials to the responsive hunter, moving with the game and the seasons and which later planted the first seeds of agriculture from which our modern societies have sprung.

We are not very old as a species. It is thought that the earliest homo sapiens dates back a mere 200,000 years. On a planet that is 4.6 billion years…

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