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Connie Lacy worked for many years as a radio reporter and news anchor after dabbling in acting in college and community theater. Those experiences show up in some of her novels.

Her novels are fast-paced stories featuring young women facing serious challenges set against a backdrop of some thorny issues. She writes time travel, magical realism, speculative fiction and historical fiction - all with a dollop of romance.

Growing up, she lived in Japan and Okinawa where her Army dad was stationed. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke with a degree in Journalism and Creative Writing. She and her husband live in Atlanta.

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Not for sissies: Train travel in the 1850s

The image is a romantic one. Women in fashionable full-length dresses boarding well-appointed trains for a scenic journey on the rails. But as I research my forthcoming novel set in 1850s Pennsylvania, I’ve discovered that railroad travel for women – and men – was usually anything but romantic.



As railroads began offering passenger service – the first passenger train was operated by the Baltimore a

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Imagine bad guys who feel no pain. Add a truly evil sociopath, bioterror weapons that seem all too plausible and moles in high places, and you have a recipe for another page-turner in Gordon Bickerstaff’s “Lambeth Group Thrillers” series. I’ve read a ...more
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"Wow, that was bleak, and dark, and visceral! Holbrook's Grandview is a rough and brutal place, and his protagonist, the intrepid Sheila, can't seem to catch a break. I couldn't look away, but this world is definitely not where I want to spend my time" Read more of this review »
Letters from the Well in the Season of the Ghosts by Raymond St. Elmo
"It's like "Casablanca" if Rick was a teenage girl working in a post office in a Podunk Texas town, and Ilsa were a half-demon hell spawn with a heart of stone clawing its way up into our world from the deepest pits of hell. Loved it."
The Ghosts of Curmudgeon Avenue by Samantha Henthorn
"I absolutely love the dry wit of the Curmudgeon Avenue series. In this fun fourth installment, Harold, Edith and Edna have met an unexpected demise and returned to haunt Curmudgeon Avenue as ghosts. Of course they would have a great deal of awkwardne" Read more of this review »
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Between a Rock and a Hard Cave Woman by David    Rose
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This is a fun short story set during the long-ago caveman era. Al-bert Stone is a clever caveman, always on the prowl for new technology ideas. In this tale, he gets his motivation from his wife, Gerda. Perhaps as in “gerda your loins.” Because that’ ...more
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“Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.”
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“Traumatic events can be compared to facing a demon pitcher on the baseball diamond. Life tells us we have to take a swing at the ball, but engaging this demon comes with consequences. If you make first base, you’ll feel the need to sleep. Not so bad. Second, you’ll want to forget it all happened. Don’t we all? But third base brings the onset of madness and if you step off the plate there’s only death. In the great game of life, sometimes it’s better to strike out than hit a home run. After all, you can relax in the Dugout with friends until you’re ready to knock the demon out of the park.”

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