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T.S. Dickerson

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A long-time lover of storytelling, Tara is thrilled to be sharing her tales with others. Her debut novel, The Scarring Underneath is available now. You can also find her work in Mirrors & Thorns: An OWS Ink Dark Fairy Tale Anthology and Twisted: A Horror Anthology. She also enjoys sharing the details of her writing journey and her life through her blog and newsletter.

Tara lives in Montana in a happy chaos of husband, kids, and pets. When not reading or writing, you may find her crocheting, enjoying the outdoors with her family, or training her dogs.

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Release Party for Mirrors & Thorns

Hop on over to Facebook today for the Mirrors & Thorns: an OWS Ink dark fairy tale anthology Release Party!

14 dark fairy tales
14 authors

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I'll be hosting, talking about my story "Twice-Made Vows" at 12 EDT (10 MDT.)

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Diana Gabaldon
“People are gregarious by necessity. Since the days of the first cave dwellers, humans -- hairless, weak, and helpless save for cunning -- have survived by joining together in groups; knowing, as so many other edible creatures have found, that there is protection in numbers. And that knowledge, bred in the bone, is what lies behind mob rule. Because to step outside the group, let alone to stand against it was for uncounted thousands of years death to the creature who dared it. To stand against a crowd would take something more than ordinary courage; something that went beyond human instinct. And I feared I did not have it, and fearing, was ashamed.”
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“‎It isn't enough to stand up and fight darkness. You've got to stand apart from it, too. You've got to be different from it.”
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“There's more magic in a baby's first giggle than in any firestorm a wizard can conjure up, and don't let anyone tell you any different.”
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“There comes a turning point in intense physical struggle where one abandons oneself to a profligate usage of strength and bodily resource, ignoring the costs until the struggle is over. Women find this point in childbirth; men in battle. Past that certain point, you lose all fear of pain or injury. Life becomes very simple at that point; you will do what you are trying to do, or die in the attempt, and it does not really matter much which.”
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“Seen without the suddenness of surprise, there was nothing frightening about the dead man; there never is. No matter how ugly the manner in which a man dies, it’s only the presence of a suffering human soul that is horrifying; once gone, what is left is only an object.”
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