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Amelia Erroway : 10 Years to take off


Gregory Manchess

Talk about staying power, Betsy Peterschmidt kept after her idea to develop a graphic novel…for ten years. How many of us might’ve lost the energy to keep a dream alive over that time? This kind of effort, to believe in and stay with an idea, through clarity and confusion, from inkling to fruition, is the kind necessary to achieve something bigger than ourselves. We tend to think ideas have to be wildly different from anything…

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Brom!


Arnie Fenner

September 13, 2021 - "Which is worse? The Devil of the forest or the terror of Puritan village rumors, accusations, and lies? At the crossroads of victimhood and vengeance, Abitha makes her choice―and blood follows." ―Richard Kadrey, New York Times bestselling author of the Sandman Slim series "Punctuated by moments of unanticipated levity as well as unmitigated terror, this clever and imaginative tale is not to be missed by fans of dark fantasy and historical horror." ―Library Journal This week, Brom's new illustrated novel, Slewfoot: A Tale of Bewitchery, will be published by Tor. Beginning today—and throughout the week—he'll support its release by doing a "virtual tour" to several bookstore websites where he invites readers to "Come and listen to me speak awkwardly about art and writing and other nonsense." Brom also has provided a sneak peak at some…

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