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Steadman’s Blind:

You’ve read Nocturne In Ashes. Now get the rest of the story! Chief Deputy Randall Steadman knows how to read people, making him tough to face in the interrogation room. He learns the hard way the same tactics don’t apply at the poker table. Watching the last of his money disappear in a pile of […]

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It’s here! Steadman’s Blind is on the horizon.

by JoslynChase in New Release

I’ve been working hard on my new release, and I’ve got two exciting items to announce… (1) My new book, Steadman’s Blind, is now available  for pre-order! (2) I’ve put together a very special pre-order bonus package  for you! Check it out First,  you get a free copy of Nocturne In Ashes. These two books […]

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Rough Musick, Superstition, and Fiction River

by JoslynChase in New Release

Hi, all! I’m excited to announce I have a short story, “Rough Musick,” appearing in the latest issue of Fiction River magazine! The issue is titled, Superstitious, and contains a lot of great stories by writers like Kristine Kathryn Rusch, M.L. Buchman, and Annie Reed. Based on the issue’s theme, you can probably guess “Rough […]

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Men leaping over hurdles

Obstacles and complications…you gotta love ‘em

by JoslynChase in Challenges, New Release, Reading, Story Power, Writing

Whenever I’m up to my ears in knotty problems and difficulties, my children like to remind me that’s the way I’d write it. We all want smooth sailing in our day to day living, but when it comes to story, we demand conflict. Without it, there simply is no story. At its core, story is […]

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