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Writing On The Run
Wilnona and Jade

We will be making our final descent. Please put your tray tables up and stow your large electronics. Keep your seat belt fastened until the seat belt light turns off.

Since the beginning of time, death has played a prominent role in human society.

A Chapter A Day, Keeps the Cravings At Bay?
Lynn-Alexandria
McKendrick

Browsing Facebook one dreary day, I came across an ad for an app that gave a snippet to what looked like a very good werewolf story. I clicked on it and finally found myself downloading the Galatea app onto my phone.

Some readers love to genre-hop, reading books from every genre under the sun and finding joy in all of them. Others, like me, tend to stick with one or two preferred genres. We know what we like, and our genre of choice delivers precisely that in-the-story package we’re accustomed to. It just makes sense to always go back to the same genre to get what we want out of our books.

First, I’d like you to understand something very fundamental and important about me; unless it’s a box with a new pair of shoes (preferably swanky boots or trainers), chocolate, or better still, some bling, I hate boxes! Metaphoric boxes that is. I hate the labels, but more than that, I despair that mankind still believes in categorizing people into them.

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