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Intelligent, curious, imaginative, and willing to learn and explore. Not defined by genre or age, she is practical one moment, dreaming the next, searching for answers on one hand and moving forward with confidence on the other.
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Saints & Heathens

Dixiane Hallaj (Editor)
Richard Bunning (Editor)

Saints and heathens might be flip sides of the same coin. Perhaps it depends on your perspective. Can you tell which is which? This collection of stories will make you wonder where black turns to gray and gray slides into white. The demarkation between saint and heathen may not be as clear cut as you imagine.

Stories of good and evil from the distant past or distant galaxies blend with tales from right around the corner. Mythology, fantasy, humor, history, and might-have-been are side-by-side in as stark a contrast as that of good and evil itself.

Bite sized chunks of pure entertainment.

International Short stories Quick Read

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Scribe & Hortatory (Blog)

Guess Who’s Writing Books?

We were seated near a group of gray-beards in our local Ihop. Stray words spoken less than two feet from my ear penetrated the pauses in my own conversation. “…replaced the ball on top of the femur…we all rode the …

2016 Best Indie Book (Shelf Unbound, Runner-up)

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Palette of Secrets Runner-Up in 2016 Best Indie Book

Joan Fallon has good reason to be proud of Palette of Secrets. It is an amazingly well-written story of Nancy Miller, an aging artist struggles to forget the secret that haunts her as she writes her memoirs. The problems of aging and the attitudes and reactions of others to the effects of these problems are skillfully woven in and around the plot. The author of The Graham Saga, Anna Belfrage, put it well when she said, ““Ms Fallon is an excellent writer. Her dialogue rings true throughout, her characters grow into tangible beings, and her descriptions bring the various setting …

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