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Mrs Claus, MBA

I was going to wait a couple of weeks to publish this — but I can’t wait! 🙂 Here’s a new short story for Christmas, all about how Mrs Claus manages her side of the family business. (about 2000 words) Mrs Claus, MBA by Anne Marie Lutz Ada Claus dropped her briefcase on the floor …

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Artists of the Rust Belt Last Minute Market

If you’re near the Youngstown, Ohio area, mark off Sunday, December 10 to visit the Artists of the Rust Belt Last Minute Market! This event is in the beautiful old B&O Station and usually has a varied collection of local artists selling their work. I’ll be there with my books as well. Great place to …

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Late Autumn in Ohio

Things change fast during Ohio’s transitional seasons. I had to grab a few pictures before the golden leaves turned brown, the corn was harvested, the sedum darkened.

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Delaware County Library Great GeekFest!

If you’re in central Ohio on October 21, come check out the Great GeekFest at the Delaware Ohio Library. The Great GeekFest is a celebration of all the things people geek out over! Here’s a link to the website with info about panels, cosplay and other info. I’ll be there with my books and anthologies …

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Mirror Dance Fantasy Story Reprint

“The Summer of Growing Up” has been reprinted in this quarter’s edition of Mirror Dance Fantasy, a wonderful online fantasy magazine! The story was originally published in the Columbus Creative Cooperative’s anthology, “For the Road”. Mirror Dance has several other stories on its beautiful website. Check out the Autumn 2017 issue!

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Imaginarium Convention 2017

I’m looking forward to being one of many author guests at this year’s Imaginarium Convention in Louisville, Kentucky. Imaginarium is devoted to creators, with more than 140 panels and workshops focusing on books, movies, and games. There are guests from all writing genres. The Guest of Honor is writer Michael Knost. There are many other …

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Ten Meter Tower

I’ve seen Ten Meter Tower twice, most recently as part of the Sundance Shorts event at the Wexner Center in Columbus. I liked it even more the second time. Ten Meter Tower (2016) is a short study of people who are trying to decide whether to jump off the high dive for the first time. …

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Local Author Festival at Gramercy Books

I’m happy to join in with other authors local to the Columbus area at Gramercy Books’ Local Author Festival, Weekend Two! The event is on Saturday, August 26 and Sunday, August 27.  I’ll be there from 10 am to 1 pm on Sunday. I’ll have copies of Color Mage and Sword of Jashan, as well …

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Signed Copies of Color Mage at Gramercy Books

There’s a new independent bookstore in Columbus — always something to be happy about! Gramercy Books has apparently been open since December, but I didn’t know until this week. And Gramercy Books, a pleasant store with an attached cafe in Bexley, also now has signed copies of my two fantasy novels available. There are a …

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The Dingle Peninsula

The Dingle Peninsula is in County Kerry. It’s the farthest west you can go in Ireland. It’s a place of steep cliffs dropping into the sea, sandy beaches, and green pastures dotted with a lot of sheep. There are archaeological ruins, including ogham stones and Dunbeg Fort, an Iron Age promontory fort built right above …

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