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10 Nov 2019 Archibald Leech Update

Just a quick update on Archibald Leech, The Many Storied Man. Following some great advice from writers I admire, I'm adding one more story into this mosaic novel about the man who may be a secret agent, my be a demigod...

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10 Nov 2019 Audiobook Giveaway

THE ISLE audiobook giveaway on Twitter has been gong well, with lots of retweets. I'll be drawing three winners at random on November 11th! There's still time to join in - look for the posts to retweet at @johnfosterfic ...

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14 Oct 2019 Gordon White

I was thrilled to write the introduction to Gordon White's excellent first collection of short fiction, titled As Summer’s Mask Slips and Other Disruptions, releases from Trepidatio Publishing in Jan. 2020. Gordon is an excellent writer with a veteran's confident voice and I suspect that readers will...

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10 Sep 2019 Updates and a video

Summer is finished and so is my novella, Archibald Leech, the Many Storied Man. It will go over to a publisher this week and I'll have updates after that. For now, it's back to what I expect will be my final draft of All the Teeth...

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27 Aug 2019 Scares that Care

Last night, exhausted from the road, I expressed my happiness in a future schedule clear of travel. Toady I've thrown that out the window and locked in my hotel room and table for Scares that Care 2020. Glutton for punishment? Hell yes....

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21 Aug 2019 All Aboard Leviathan

A wonderful Amazon review of The Isle by Marissa Smith! "From the children to the corpses, I thoroughly enjoyed being immersed in Foster's dark world again with little regard for modern time. I often get distracted and don't finish books but that was definitely not the case...

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