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Portals and Other Mysterious Escape Hatches

Posted by VampWereZombie at Aug 25, 2016 1:30 am in , ,

by Rebekah Ganiere Hi Everyone! Welcome to another of my posts on the FF&P blog.  I love this month’s theme. When I first thought about this theme I thought, Wow, those aren’t done much. But then I realized they have been done forever. Mostly because some of my most favorite classic stories have Portals and […]

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Ruby Shoes, Rabbit Holes and Other Plot Devices

Posted by sdonnelly at Aug 18, 2016 9:02 am in , , ,

by Shannon Donnelly  When I got the idea for the SF/Paranormal romance Edge Walkers, I knew my heroine had ended up in a bad place—a really bad place where things existed that ate the electricity out of the human body. Into this other world she would come across the hero of the story who’d also […]

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All About Portals

Posted by mmiles at Aug 11, 2016 1:30 am in , ,

by Michelle Miles  I’ve spent a lot of time lately thinking about portals. There is something incredibly wonderful and awe inspiring about them, isn’t there? The dictionary defines a portal as “a doorway, gate or other entrance, especially a large and elaborate one.” But I like to think there is more to it than just […]


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A Portal Doesn’t always Have To Be A Door

Posted by Veronica Scott at Aug 4, 2016 1:30 am in , ,

By Veronica Scott I first discovered the idea of a portal to another world in Andre Norton’s Witch World. The hero, Simon Tregarth, is on the run and desperate when he’s offered a chance to try the Siege Perilous, which legend says is a vacant seat at the Round Table, kept by Merlin for the […]


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