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Songs

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So, I’ve been told I have to get serious about editing down Reason to Be until it’s at least under 100,000 words. Sadly, that means that the entire Maggie subplot is going to have to go (which causes its own problems, of course). The bulk of what used to be chapter 7 will now no longer be in the book. …

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Cold Reading

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“I know you all came here tonight because you heard I was a holy man. That I was a man of Gaw-ud. That I would reveal miracles and wonder.” When the speaker at the front of the tent paused to sip from his McDonald’s coffee cup, Thomas glared at Henry. He hadn’t wanted to come out tonight, certainly not here. …

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The Tomb in the Hills of the Ancients

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On his website Terrible Minds, Chuck Wendig has issued a flash fiction challenge — over the top pulp insanity. Here’s my entry. With an echoing boom, the tomb shook. Debris rained down on Ezekiel’s gear. Once the accumulation of dust, insect carcasses and bat guano stopped, he brushed off the sensor and moved to place it. “Yesu Kristos! Will you …