"Fiction" Blogs & Blog Posts

A SaltedA Salted

Blog of writer/bookseller/reviewer Sara Crowley

 
Why? What Have You Heard?Why? What Have You Heard?

A little writing, a LOT of photography

 
Shadow and FangShadow and Fang

The musings, methods, and sugar coated sass of paranormal romance author Ka...

 
Easy Street PromptsEasy Street Prompts

Daily creative prompts for writers and artists and a monthly magazine of th...

 
A Good MoroccanA Good Moroccan

An adventure story with pictures set in Morocco and England

 
Genre WenchGenre Wench

Reviews of mystery, fantasy, sci-fi and the occasional horror books

 
Litter CritterLitter Critter

Book reviews from an academic lover of crime fiction

 


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Minotaur sperm, it turns out, is pharmaceutically useful—specifically as a component of erectile dysfunction medication. Of course, that means somebody has to collect it, hence the existence of the state-of-the-art, highly professional Morning Glor...

Along with millions of other TikTok users, I am currently letting a 13-year-old pug named Noodle dictate my mental health. Hey, at least it makes more sense than blaming my mood on a planet 28.595 million miles away being in “retrograde,” whateve...

World's greatest author Chuck Tingle had a great response to the predictable right-wing backlash against the coming out of Jonathan Kent, son of Superman and Lois: he wrote a book about it. Here's the setup for the hit new Tingler It's A Bird. ...

“When you have lived with prophecy so long, the moment of revelation is a shock,” says a character in Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s foundational 1965 sci-fi novel Dune. A native of the desert planet where much of the film a...

In the opening scenes of the new Netflix show Maid, Alex (played by Margaret Qualley) flees her shitty trailer inhabited by her shitty boyfriend in the middle of the night with just her toddler and a backpack of their belongings, sleeping rough and t...

Writing (Ireland) Pauline Clooney discusses her forthcoming novel Charlotte & Arthur, inspired bu Charlotte Brontë's marriage to Arthur Bell Nicholls.The story of Charlotte & Arthur began on a summer’s day in Haworth in 1979. My granny had...

The most CONCACAF thing happened on Tuesday night, which is an enormous statement to make if you know anything about how CONCACAF works.Read more...