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Bill Blais is a writer, web developer and perennial part-time college instructor. His novels include Witness (winner of the Next Generation Indie Book Award for Fantasy) and the first two books in the Kelly & Umber series(No Good Deed and Hell Hath No Fury).

Bill graduated from Skidmore College before earning an MA in Medieval Studies from University College London. He lives in Maine with his wife and daughter.

Well, this is embarrassing. Again.


My last post said ‘I’m back’, like some supposed rallying cry, and listed all sorts of great stuff coming right up, except it’s been another two months of silence since then. Not that I haven’t been doing any writing (I have and am very excited to get it out), but I haven’t been talking about it.


What I should have said last time is not ‘I’m back’, but ‘I’m stil...

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No Good Deed (Kelly & Umber...

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The Revisionist (A Novelette)

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Have Mech, Will Travel

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“Demons exist,' he says simply, as if talking about the weather. 'They are real and they are dangerous. We hunt them when necessary and return them when we can.”
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“The things I’ve seen," he continues easily, "have shown me that the only constant is change. Too much power in one place is a fool’s errand. Eventually, and inevitably, no matter how good the intentions, or how long the life, power always wins out, and everyone suffers for it. The only true path of rational existence is balance; a constant re-assessment of the burdens of power, if you will.”
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“I know you think I should be home taking care of my family. That maybe I’d be distracted or I wouldn’t be as committed as the rest of you, but who’s more committed: the person with something to lose, or the people who’ve got nothing left?”
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Mary Thanks for accepting my friend request, Bill!
Have a great day & Happy Reading! =)


message 2: by Bill

Bill Mary wrote: "Thanks for accepting my friend request, Bill!
Have a great day & Happy Reading! =)"


My pleasure, Mary, and Happy Reading to you, as well!

p.s. Is Neverwhere as cool as it sounds? ;)


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