Tag Archives: Lyn Thorne-Alder

Spotlight: Tales for the Sugar Cat by Lyn Thorne-Alder

This collection of short, flash, and micro stories span genres and universes, from scifi to fantasy to romance. Most of the stories here were written in response to prompts from an online audience during an eight-hour writing marathon. Continue reading

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5 minutes with Lyn Thorne-Alder

Lyn’s dark fantasy webfiction Addergoole was among my first discoveries in the world of online fiction, and I remain keenly addicted to this serial today. A while ago, Lyn started posting her second serial — Wild One’s Blood — which … Continue reading

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café wednesday: addergoole

It is sometimes said that every person has at least one book in them. Well, in many cases, that’s exactly where the book should remain.
There are, however, people who should be writing, or at the very least should be writing more. They may not be commercially published, they may only show their scribblings to close family and friends, but this does not mean their work is not worth reading. Continue reading

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