New Fiction: “Snow Angel”

A euphiction written December 2010, this was intended for the Cover Stories website but was replaced by a another piece.  Not a final draft, so reader beware. “SNOW ANGEL” by N. Pendleton Inspired by the song by Jamie Barnes Snow Angel arrives on December 22, later than she has in years past.  But this time … Continue reading

I Know It’s Not A Gift Card, But Here’s That Holiday Podcast I Was Promising You…

FIVE CHRISTMAS EUPHICTIONS by the Cover Writers FICTION: “Home For X-mas,” by SUZI M “Traditions of Christmas, ” by A.C. NOIA “A Merry Little Christmas,” by DEREK HANDLEY “Silver Bells,” by ERIK SCHMIDT “What Child Is This?” by N. PENDLETON MUSIC: “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town,” by ELECTRIC BIRD NOISE “Away From the Manger,” … Continue reading

MuseionCast Volume 3 Finale On The Horizon

If you’ve enjoyed the FIVE DAYS OF EUPHICTION going on at the blog, then stay tuned for the upcoming finale to the MuseionCast podcast, featuring some not-so-traditional renditions of Holiday musical favorites and the five fictions written by Suzi M, A.C. Noia, Derek Handley, Erik Schmidt, and yours truly. Released date coming soon, but the best … Continue reading

Five Days Of Euphiction: DAY 2

At, the second story of our Christmas euphiction extravaganza. FIVE DAYS OF EUPHICTION, DAY 2: A. C. NOIA’S “TRADITIONS OF CHRISTMAS” “Snow blew in as the small creature stepped inside. He was forced to push with all the strength in his diminutive frame against the gusting wind to close the heavy wooden door. He shook … Continue reading

New Fiction All This Week: DAY 1

The premiere of five Christmas euphictions begins today at the Cover Stories blog.  Enjoy a new story each day this week from half of the book’s authors.  DAY 1:  Suzi M’s “Home for X-mas: A Tale of Holiday Dysfunction”  “When I was a child we had a guest in our house for over a week. … Continue reading

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