Author Archives: dorothyemry

My Covid-19 Stay At Home 2020 Diary

Hello fellow nerds! Hope you are all well and playing it safe. The resale shop where I work closed as of March 24th and I’ve been home ever since. Just seven days, but it already feels much, much longer. How … Continue reading

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#StayAtHomeAndRead & #SongsOfComfort

Hi, everyone! Hope you are all playing it safe and staying well during these trying times. Since a lot of us are staying home, I’m calling on all authors to help out by giving away free copies of our books … Continue reading

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Strange Days, Free Reads, and Hanging in There

Anybody else wondering how to get through these strange and trying times? I’m thinking a show of hands would be unanimous on that. I’ve also been thinking about how I could help others who, like me, are looking for ways … Continue reading

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Zombies for Halloween Anyone?

… free zombie books for Halloween… Continue reading

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The Walking Dead, the Zombie Blues, & a Freebie

It’s October again and that means it’s time for the new season of one of my favorite series The Walking Dead. Coming up this Sunday October 6th we get to see more of the creepiest foes in the series (at … Continue reading

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Requiem for the Outrageous, Audacious Harlan Ellison

Harlan Ellison died last week on June 28th at the age of 84. Acerbic, belligerent, cantankerous, despicable—there’s no doubt a disparaging word or two that has been used to describe Harlan Ellison for every letter of the alphabet. In short, … Continue reading

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Love in Army of Brass (or Steampunk With A Side of Romance, Please)

It wasn’t so long ago that I sought an answer to the question, What exactly is Steampunk? All fingers, pistols, and parasols pointed to H.G Wells and Jules Verne as a reference point: The Time Machine, Journey to the Center … Continue reading

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