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Thalia’s Musings by Amethyst Marie

Thalia’s Musings is narrated by Thalia, the Muse of Comedy, as she observes the comedy, drama, and tragedy of the ancient Greek pantheon. But when Thalia becomes more than an observer, the Fates take notice. Are Thalia’s powers limited to helping mortal playwrights hack out a comedy sketch, or can she create happy endings in real life, even for the . . .

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Rowena’s Page by S. D. Youngren

Mostly-funny short stories about a young woman's life.

Rowena has a mother:     “This is my life, Mom. Not a Jane Austen novel. Not—”     “Listen to me, Miss Independence. He’s a nice young man, but men expect things. Even nice ones, sometimes. He’s going to think that you’re inviting him to do . . . married people things.” Rowena tried to interrupt, but when she opened her mouth nothing came . . .

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Broomfield’s Box by Teri Cross Chetwood

The Lives And Times Of The Fabulous Cornwall Sisters

The Fabulous Cornwall Sisters: Quick-tempered, childish, and self-absorbed, Lacy Cornwall is an exotic dancer with a heart of gold. Whether it’s arguing with her sister Thea or holding a sex-toy party with her stripper friends (Shadowcat, Li’l Bit, Bianca, and Freaky Frieda), you can bet that Lacy’s in the center of the action, having a ball. Dorothea (Thea) . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts almost daily.
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Unusual Florida by Kay Brooke

Unusual Florida is a YA mystery/coming of age serial with some supernatural/fantastical elements. It is the story of one very strange summer spent at Holden Point Resort in northwestern Florida, where the year is 1997 and nothing is as it seems. Where wonders and dangers lurk near the pool and beneath the palm trees. Where the unexplained happens just . . .

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The Germhacht Episode by Ruth Lampi

The Germhacht Episode is the second book in the Blackfeather Chronicles. It involves art, spiritualists, tea cakes, demon artifacts, and the continuing adventures of the Blackfeather family and friends. . . .

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Shatterer of Worlds by Shiromi Arserio

A science fiction re-telling of a Sanskrit epic.

Katha was groomed to be the future leader of the noble Boentu warrior race, but a twist of fate on the proving grounds of Hadad led to his younger brother Chran succeeding instead. When Chran dies, leaving behind three young children, it is up to Katha to become steward and raise his brother’s children as future leaders. However, Katha’s eldest . . .

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Thalia would approve

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Aug 10, 2011: When I was a teen, I went through an ancient Greek mythology phase. This would have been a major geekfest for me then, and even now I really appreciate seeing the Greek gods getting some love, when the current vogue tends to run to Celtic or East European mythology.

It’s a very rich vein! and I can assure readers, although the tone of these tales is light and playful, as befits their narrator, the author really knows her Greek mythology. She [more . . .]

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Funny, sure. Going somewhere? Not so sure about that

By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Oct 7, 2012: "Broomfield’s Box" is blog-fiction, which means the structure is of a blog (which in my mind is similar to a diary) and the posts are "in character"—made by fictional people about fictional events.

I don’t like blog-fiction in general—diary structure means that narrators "tell" a lot of details directly instead of "showing" events through actions. It makes sense for the convention of a diary, because you wouldn’t need to show yourself scenes that you were present for, you could just tell [more . . .]

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