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"Dispatches" Dispatch

An FYI note for writers: I have "Dispatches from the Word Mines" posts lined up through the month of January, which means you have plenty of time to put one together if you'd like to contribute! Drop me a line at csmaccath.com/contact if you're interested. Of note, you're welcome to post on virtually any topic you like, and I do welcome self-promotional posts for forthcoming and recently released books.

The Ruin of Beltany Ring and Grandmother Mælkevejen's Belly Now Available in Multiple Formats

If you don't use Kindle, but you're interested in my first collection of fiction and poetry or my more recent novelette release, you can pick them up from several vendors now:

Dispatches from the Word Mines: When Should a Writer Kill Off Their Characters? by T. Eric Bakutis

Dispatches from the Word Mines is an irregular blog series about literature and writing from the perspective of writers themselves. This entry comes to us from T. Eric Bakutis, author of Glyphbinder, a finalist for the 2014 Compton Crook Award. In this dispatch, he gives us three good reasons to kill a character. Many thanks, Eric!

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Ta beeal tutler poagey-scrieu jouyll.
A gossip's mouth is the devil's post-bag.

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