Excerpt: Save the City

By Marie Robinson

“Okay. Enough’s enough. Pull over.” The Bee Cave exit was ahead. They were fifteen minutes from Thomas’s house, tops. Mia floored it. The car leapt again, aimed for the exit. “I said pull over.” “That’s just what I’m doing.” “Not at the exit!” “Why? Worried I can talk my way out of this but you […]

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Why We Don’t Censor Ourselves

By Sean Platt

Every now and then, we receive an email (or an unsubscribe notice) complaining about the language we sometimes use. It usually goes something like this: “I really appreciate all the writing advice and indie publishing information you give away for free, but I can’t tell my writers’ group from church about it because you sometimes […]

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