The Demons of Wall Street by Laurence Raphael Brothers – Chapter 1, part 1

Fair warning, there is adult language in this except. The Demons of Wall Street is book one in our new paranormal romance series, Nora Simeon Investigations. Here's your chance to read Chapter 1! CHAPTER 1 I was working the action of my compact Ruger, pretending to shoot people I knew, when my phone rang. The... Continue Reading →

Release Day! Ascent: Unreachable Skies, Vol. 3 by Karen McCreedy

This is it. The moment all of us fans of the Unreachable Skies Trilogy have been waiting for: the finale is here. If you're familiar with the adventures of Zarda the Fate-seer, her young charge, Dru, and the rest of the Drax, we know you'll be excited for this release. And if you haven't yet... Continue Reading →

A Couple of Reminders…

There are only a few days left to enter your short story or novella into our contest! The deadline is August 31st, so get your stories in to us now for your chance to win a cash prize and for your story to be published in our Far, Far Away Anthology, coming out next summer! ... Continue Reading →

M|W’s Mid-Summer Update

It’s the end of June already, can you believe it? This year has both gone by very quickly and yet it also feels like the days are crawling by… I can’t reconcile it. Either way, I thought this would be a good time to let you know where we’re at with our various projects this... Continue Reading →

Meet the M|W Anthology Contest Judges!

I hope you're busy writing, or at least dreaming up your entry for the First (hopefully annual) Mirror World Anthology Contest because our submissions period is coming up fast! Starting June 1st, 2020 until July 30th, 2020, we'll be accepting entries for our Far, Far Away Anthology. You can find all of the details here. ... Continue Reading →

I have an announcement to make! 

Ten years ago, I self-published my first novel. It was a book (and later, a trilogy) that the writing of which changed my life. It was a work of passion, written for me more so than for an audience, and the first draft was hammered out in three short months. And let me tell you,... Continue Reading →

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