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text 2018-12-04 07:05
Cover Reveal #2 - Mixtape


Hold your boom box high - The Mixtape Anthology is coming soon!


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What’s more romantic than a love song? A mixtape full of them. Twelve bestselling and award-winning authors have curated an anthology of brand-new, standalone stories inspired by love songs, featuring a foreword written by NYT bestselling author Laurelin Paige. Press PLAY on this limited-edition collection that’s guaranteed to make you swoon.





Elle Kennedy: “Always On My Mind” - Willie Nelson

KL Kreig: “I Just Want To Be Your Everything” - Andy Gibb

Leslie McAdam: “Think I’m in Love” - Beck

Lynda Aicher: “Kiss Me” - Ed Sheeran

Mara White: “All I Want To Do” - Heart

Marni Mann: “S+M” - Rihanna

Nikki Sloane: “Say It First” - Sam Smith

Rebecca Shea: “Thinking Out Loud” - Ed Sheeran

Saffron Kent: “Guys My Age” - Hey Violet

Sierra Simone: “Hallelujah” - Jeff Buckley

Veronica Larsen: “Say You Won't Let Go" - James Arthur

Xio Axelrod: “Toothpaste Kisses” - The Maccabees





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review 2014-05-05 00:00
THE MIXTAPE : An Urban Love Story
THE MIXTAPE : An Urban Love Story - Paula M. Stinson 'The Mixtape' is a heart-wrenching play of one woman's triumph over the negative impact of her childhood. This immersive script pulls you quickly into an unforgettable story of finding one's true self, and escaping the negativities that tie us to our past sins by bringing them into the light.

Paula Stinson's characters inspire those in similar situations to break free of the negative cycle that haunts them, and to find hope and happiness starting from within themselves. This is a hard play to put down once you start reading it, and a great gift for yourself or anyone who is depressed and in need of some positive reinforcement.
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text 2014-03-23 09:52
Women of Color in Horror
The Killing Moon - N.K. Jemisin
The Shadowed Sun - N.K. Jemisin
Solitude - Sumiko Saulson
Warmth - Sumiko Saulson
Voice of the Blood - Jemiah Jefferson
Mixtape for the Apocalypse - Jemiah Jefferson

Here are a few WOC Horror Novelists I found. 


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review 2011-12-09 00:00
The Devil's Mixtape
The Devil's Mixtape - Mary Borsellino

I had to tell myself that “a smorgasbord of nummy” is not an appropriate literary review, though in this case it might be the most apt and concise.

Don't get me wrong. This is a horror story, or many horror stories woven together. It's horror that fills your belly and leaves you glutted and a little drunk and still wanting more. In this novel, despite the terrible things that happen, and despite everything that is lost, there is a continuity beyond the final disaster, and the only things that are ever lost are opportunities. There is love, and laced with love, even terrible things don't seem so terrible.

All of these stories, despite their seeming hopelessness, also have their happy ending. A single one to all of them, and it's not until all the threads come together that you realize that you've been reading it all along: the happy ending is HUSH.

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