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There is something happening

excerpt of one of my novellas in progress over at Metazen.

It starts with a mysterious snorting.

The horny toads are the suitors . . you just have to get past their horny exterior and then its clean sailings . .

http://www.metazen.ca/?p=11170

Also got in the post today:

1) Light Boxes by Shane Jones:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlrSpwDHtPo

(might get Daniel Fights a Hurricane as well:daniel fights a hurricane)

2) Airplane Food by Gabby Gabby

http://gabbygabbypoetry.com/

3) Lost in Cat Brain Land by Cameron Pierce

http://www.amazon.com/Lost-Brain-Land-Cameron-Pierce/dp/1936383047



Can't wait to dig in!!!!




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