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Resurrection: Failsafes for Drafts and Manuscripts

Most writers have lost work one way or another. Physical manuscripts, computers, backup systems and many components of our tools are vulnerable to damage, theft and loss. Many, although not all, manuscript mishaps are preventable. I seem to have lost

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The Grinder: Market Database and Submission-Tracking

“Milling your submissions into something useful…” That’s the appealing tagline for The (Submission) Grinder. A couple of fiction rejections rank with my most treasured possessions and are among the reasons I still write. Most of them were recycled long ago.

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Hughes Enterprise

Entrancing Books for Readers

Platypus Underground

Entertainment ReVamped

Platypus Underground

A multi-media production company

a writer's vanity

Website of Jason B. Sizemore, Hugo and Stoker Award-nominated Publisher, Editor, and Author

Horror Reviews for You

The Best and Worst of Horror Novels


The Horror Classic by Hanns Heinz Ewers translated by Joe E. Bandel

All that withers

Official website for Bram Stoker Award® winning Author John Palisano


Fiction and Reviews by Michael Griffin

Tananarive Due Writes

Writing journal of author Tananarive Due

intense sensations

Independent reviews of exciting writing

Jan Moran's Smart & Stylish: Ideas to enrich your lifestyle

Advice for the Good Life. Books, travel, entrepreneurship, beauty.

Adam Santo

Author Blogs from the Temperature Series.

Dark Whispers

The Official Blog of the Horror Writers Association

Sharkbait Writes

Pursue your dreams... and never look back.


Lisa Mason, Fantasy and Science Fiction Author