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  • For the entire month of January, OCEANVIEW is giving away THE PRESIDENT'S DOSSIER for free! This is the first book in The Max Geller Spy Thriller Series. You can then follow it up with THE BLOOD OF PATRIOTS AND TRAITORS. Don’t miss this great opportunity to jump into this highly acclaimed series!
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Down And Out books announces: Down & Out Books is offering the first episode, The Concrete Smile by series creator and editor Frank Zafiro, to download for FREE for a limited time only, exclusively from Amazon.com. (If you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, you can download and read all episodes for FREE!) Down & Out Books thanks Frank Zafiro and all the contributing authors for bringing the adventures of Sam and Rachel to our readers. We hope you enjoy the first — and every succeeding — episode in this crime serial and stay tuned for the final episodes of the series in 2023!
Winter 2022/23 Issue The winter issue of The Writing Disorder is now available to read and enjoy. 22 for '22. We have 22 contributors in this issue. All new fiction, poetry, nonfiction and art. Thank you for your support. Happy Holidays! FICTION Chasing the Dragon by Vicki Addesso In the Faded Blue Light by Don Donato – Chapter 5, 6 & 7 Seeing Jean by Jenny Falloon Sundown by Lyle Hopwood Geoffrey is Unraveling, In Episodes by Doug Jacquier Six Steps to Good Sleep by Ellie May Mandell Next Steps for Monte by Ed Peaco Roy and the Poet by Andrew Plattner Fruit Trees Sprouting in a Field of Ash by Judy Stanigar POETRY Phoebe Cragon Richard Dinges, Jr. Kristen Hoggatt-Abader Arezou Mokhtarian Jim Murdoch Christina E. Petrides Brent Short NONFICTION The Scholar by Margaret King To My Son, Whose Name I Do Not Know… by Yolanda Wysocki Book Review: Heaven’s Burning Porch Book Review: Nights of Plague Book Review: The Other Mother ART Phantasm: The Art of Natalie Shou The Writing Disorder A Quarterly Literary Journal Send us your best work. We accept submissions all year round. No limit on word count. Send to: submit@thewritingdisorder.com


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