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Iceland Poppies

Boston College alumna Katherine St. Germain Smith applies her experience as a physician specializing in child and adolescent psychiatry into her new fantasy book for middle school readers. Life and therapeutic insights are woven into Iceland Poppies (Yorkshire Publishing, 2017), … Continue reading

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Skipping Midnight

Rapunzel, Belle, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella return in Skipping Midnight, the third and final installment of Boston College alumna Laura Kenyon’s Desperately Ever After book series. In the series, Kenyon takes a whimsical look at the most beloved fairy tale princesses … Continue reading

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Book II of the Outcasts Series

Boston College alumnus Chuck Abdella has published the second book in his fantasy/adventure series, the Outcasts. The Darkest Forests picks up where the first installment, The Lies of Autumn, left off, following the quest of Marcus, Quintus, Octavia, Gwen, Synthyya, and Alexia … Continue reading

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Machine Feelings

Phil Temples, a Computer Science systems administrator, has published a new short story anthology, Machine Feelings and Other Stories (Big Table Publishing, 2016). The volume features some 50 science fiction/fantasy stories from Temples, representing 15 years of writing. Temples is also … Continue reading

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Tyvian returns

Science fiction/fantasy author Auston Habershaw, a Boston College alumnus, has published No Good Deed (HarperCollins, 2016), the second book in his “The Saga of the Redeemed” series. No Good Deed continues the story of “criminal mastermind, rogue mage, and smuggler of … Continue reading

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The Outcasts

Boston College alumnus Chuck Abdella, who teaches history at St. John’s High School in Shrewsbury, Mass., has published his debut novel, The Outcasts: Book I: The Lies of Autumn.  The novel is described as “fantasy with a twist, with equal helpings … Continue reading

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Saga of the Redeemed

As Boston College alumnus Auston Habershaw likes to tell it, when you are born on the same day that a NASA space station falls to Earth, you are destined to be supervillain or science fiction/fantasy writer. Habershaw is the latter … Continue reading

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