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Author Talk

I had an awesome time chatting Sandy, Russell, and Aimee. Found out interesting resources and outreach ideas for authors. Thanks, Sandy Lawrence for inviting me to participate!Continue readingAuthor Talk

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Salim & Lue

Many of you don’t know this but if it wasn’t for all of the continued support, I probably wouldn’t have followed through with actually publishing my book. Putting my writing out there was scary… it still isThank you to those who recommend it to their friends and continue to spread the word.A huge shout out …

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Wine, Women, and Radio

From Pamela:
She looks like a super hero, and she was—a soldier—and writes this amazing blend of literary urban horror fantasty with its origins in her Pentecostal upbringin…

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GraveYard Shift Sisters

EARTHY, FRANK, & RIBALD: 5 QUESTIONS WITH HORROR WRITER MACK LITTLE Georgia-raised writer with a keen eye for Buffy the Vampire Slayer memes, Mack Little has always found herself nomadic. She first began traversing the locations of her small town and immsersing herself in the universes found in books. Mack is a member of her local Writer’s …

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Reader’s Favorite Author’s page

Reader’s Favorite Author Page Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers’ Favorite Progenie is a powerful opening in the Scions of Darkness series by Mack Little, a compelling urban fantasy with an unforgettable protagonist. Zen knows nothing about what happened to her mother. From childhood, she’s been taught to defend herself. She is aware of her incredible powers …

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Texas Authors’ Newest Member

http://authors.txauthors.com/index.php/authors-listing-by-first-name-l-p/authors-m/mack-littleContinue readingTexas Authors’ Newest Member

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Comicpalooza 2019

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Works in Progress

Continue readingWorks in Progress

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Listen While You Read

Scions of Darkness: Progenie   My playlistSoundtrack for the novel25 songs•2:05:34 Compilation of music which got me in the mood while writing Progenie.  Listen while you read or just listen and enjoy.Continue readingListen While You Read

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Wine, Women, and Radio

From Pamela:
She looks like a super hero, and she was—a soldier—and writes this amazing blend of literary urban horror fantasty with its origins in her Pentecostal upbringin…

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GraveYard Shift Sisters

EARTHY, FRANK, & RIBALD: 5 QUESTIONS WITH HORROR WRITER MACK LITTLE Georgia-raised writer with a keen eye for Buffy the Vampire Slayer memes, Mack Little has always found herself nomadic. She first began traversing the locations of her small town and immsersing herself in the universes found in books. Mack is a member of her local Writer’s …

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2nd Annual Celebration of Women’s Words

Continue reading2nd Annual Celebration of Women’s Words

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The Human Zoo (Le Jardin de Agronomie Tropicale)

No really, a Human Zoo. To show off the colonial might of France a human zoo was built. It replicated, rather superficially, the lives and homes of persons indigenous to Senegal, The Congo, Morroco, Algiers, Tunisia, Indochine, and Madagascar. People were brought from these colonies and put on display in the zoo. Pretty messed up. But irresistible to my imagination.

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Joseph’s Lair

Le Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers captured my imagination the moment I laid eyes on it back in my lair half-way around the world. It haunted me so much that I had to come and see it with my own eyes. I had to get as close as I could to it… Dating back to the …

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Moulin de Raslay

I think this secluded gem has writers’ retreat written all over it. But who would travel all this way to the hamlets of France? I believe that I would again if only to enjoy the solitude and beauty and just write.

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The Human Zoo (Le Jardin de Agronomie Tropicale)

No really, a Human Zoo. To show off the colonial might of France a human zoo was built. It replicated, rather superficially, the lives and homes of persons indigenous to Senegal, The Congo, Morroco, Algiers, Tunisia, Indochine, and Madagascar. People were brought from these colonies and put on display in the zoo. Pretty messed up. But irresistible to my imagination.

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Joseph’s Lair

Le Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers captured my imagination the moment I laid eyes on it back in my lair half-way around the world. It haunted me so much that I had to come and see it with my own eyes. I had to get as close as I could to it… Dating back to the …

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Moulin de Raslay

I think this secluded gem has writers’ retreat written all over it. But who would travel all this way to the hamlets of France? I believe that I would again if only to enjoy the solitude and beauty and just write.

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Versailles

Arriving in Versailles, our group diverges from the crown heading directly to the palace. We take the back streets to a square with a gorgeous cathedral. Tour members, me included, stand around taking pictures while our guide unlocks the storage where Fat Tire keep their stash of bikes for these tours.

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Traveling

The first day, I struggle through the foreignness. I figure out my new surroundings usually by getting things wrong. I realize it’s part of the process of my becoming acclimated. The most important thing is not to panic. Do not get angry or frustrated. Just stay dogged and steady and fight the fatigue until there a time and place to rest.

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New Orleans

Is there any place so mysterious or provocative as New Orleans?  A place where les bon temps roll right alongside the menace of dark spirits both dead and alive. A place so steeped in history and so culturally faceted that when I feel inclined to wander, I find myself headed east towards it. No wonder …

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Paris

The opening scene of The First Daughter takes place in Paris in a fictional hotel called the Colombe d’Or. However, other locations mentioned are not made up. I found some spots in Paris that were too provocative not to write about. For example, near the market at Rue Cler is a small side street called Rue Amelie, where you can …

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