Getting romance right

Getting romance right

It’s Valentine’s Day, so bring forth the obligatory love-centric posts, right? I don’t know about you, but I’m in the camp where when I’m reading or watching a movie and I see good things happening, birds singing, and especially main characters falling in love, I get suspicious. I sense something’s coming. Usually it’s something bad. Like a dinosaur,

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Katiller Character Short: Desert Viper

Katiller Character Short: Desert Viper

Stupid sandstorm. Savas grimaced as he blew more grit out of his sniper scope. The storm had popped up and disappeared in less than two hours, but it had been unexpected and caught him unawares. I hate cleaning sand. It gets absolutely everywhere. He dropped a tiny cleaning brush and glanced around the cramped abandoned bunker

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Katiller Character Short: Dreaming

Katiller Character Short: Dreaming

Kris sat up, gasping, reaching out and finding only tangled sheets. She fell back on the bed, drawing in hurried breaths, and closed her eyes. God. That dream. It always started the same way. Her and Kenan, sitting on the grass, talking and laughing about nothing of importance. His smile, warming her from the inside

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Ask the Critics: Outlander

Ask the Critics: Outlander

Some characters stay with you even after you’ve turned the last page. They move you in some way that imprints on your memory, drawing you into their world and struggles until they’ve become so real you can almost smell, hear and touch them. When I first picked up Outlander, the first book in the now-renowned

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