Author: Julie Doherty
Fiction That's Plaid to the Bone

Author Laura Selinsky Talks About “Seawall”

Laura Selinsky

As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2.Today, I’d like to welcome Laura Selinsky to my blog. I thoroughly enjoyed Laura’s “Seawall” short story last night. If you have aging parents,

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Meet New York Author Elan Barnehama

Elan Barnehama

As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Today, I’d like to welcome Elan Barnehama, a New Yorker by location and a tortured Mets fan by default. He wrote “Just Be,”

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Meet Ninja Author Tori Eldridge

Author Tori Eldridge

As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Today, I would like to welcome Tori Eldridge to my blog. Tori wrote “Life After Breath” in the Anthology. Man, I thought I

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When Characters Eat Dirt – Ken MacGregor

Author Ken MacGregor

I’ve been featuring authors from Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Today, I’m delighted to welcome Ken MacGregor to my blog. Now, Ken, forgive me, but when one hosts a MacGregor on the FICTION THAT’S PLAID TO THE

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Running Wild Press Anthology of Stories Volume 2 – Gary Zenker

Gary Zenker

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be featuring authors from Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Today, I’d like to welcome Gary Zenker, author of Stolen Memories. Here’s the opening of his story, which sets the tone perfectly:

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“Justice” – A Short Story by Julie Doherty

Running Wild Press

Someone once called my books “romance with teeth.” Man, I love that. Love isn’t always pretty, is it? In fact, sometimes, it’s downright shitty. It can hurt like a gut stab and take much longer to heal. Most of my

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FLAD: The Not-So-New Disorder Afflicting Writers

Flad-Sufferer

Well, I have it. Finish Line Adjustment Disorder, or FLAD, if you will. With four novels under my belt, I now recognize the early stages of the disorder. It starts the moment I see THE END looming and leads to

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Halloween Pranks That Would (and Should) Get You Arrested Today

Halloween was a big deal in my childhood home, not so much because it meant candy—which we appreciated, of course—but because it meant Halloween pranks–tricks played on neighbors without getting into serious trouble with our parents. We’re not talking about

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Into The Fire by Victoria Smith

Into the Fire by Victoria Smith

I’m so pleased to interview Victoria Smith today, not only because she’s a great author, but also because she’s a fellow member of Central PA Romance Writers and a fellow Soul Mate Publishing author. Victoria recently released her new novel,

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There Goes My Vacation . . . For The Next Ten Years

If you collect antiques–or anything, really–you probably remember the “one that got away”—that item you narrowly missed at auction or decided was too expensive for your budget at the time. Maybe it was Pete Rose’s autographed rookie card or a

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