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An Honest Review

by Galina Trefil   Centuries ago, he’d killed her. She hadn’t let it go.  Skulking in the back during her book signing, he flipped through the hard copy whose glossy cover was a sensationalized rendition of his medieval portrait.  Many smear campaigns had been launched against him over time, but he wouldn’t abide one from […]

Time to Retreat

by Gabriella Balcom   As Pam picked a dahlia, something jabbed her finger. She was perplexed to discover a thorn—dahlias weren’t supposed to have any. Not wanting to be gouged again, she tried to snip off the thorn with her clippers, but the plant pulled away. Pam frowned and figured she must’ve imagined the movement. […]