Monthly Archives: December 2012

According to Harriet

As promised, a free read for Christmas, According to Harriet, in which one of Kadia’s stepdaughters gives her side of the story. Meanwhile, Heavy Ice is growing like fractal coral, which at least means it’s growing, I suppose, and I … Continue reading

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Seasonal musical awesomeness

Apparently all that was needed to make me feel Christmassy was A Heavy Metal Christmas by Christopher Lee. Never has ‘pa-ru-pa-pum-pum’ sounded so foreboding. You know how some authors helpfully provide ‘this is what I was listening to while I … Continue reading

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A Very Ingeniious Christmas

As last year, there will be a free read up on the site this Christmas as a present to my readers. This year’s story is set in the Firebrand universe and contains honking great spoilers for the book, so don’t … Continue reading

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