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A.E. Decker

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A. E. Decker was born in Pennsylvania, but has lived in California, Virginia, and New Jersey before returning to her native state. She holds degrees in English and Colonial American history, and has worked as a tai chi instructor, framer, doll-maker, and ESL tutor.

In addition to the Moonfall Mayhem series published by World Weaver Press, her stories have appeared in Fireside Magazine, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Phobos Magazine, the Sockdolager, and several of the Bethlehem Writers Groups' homegrown anthologies. She prefers to thrust her tongue deeply into her cheek before she writes, resulting in stories that are witty, lighthearted, and filled with off-beat characters and quirky situations.

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A.E. Decker Truthfully, I've never really suffered from it. I generally don't write unless I know the ending of the story, and so I always have an idea where I'm…moreTruthfully, I've never really suffered from it. I generally don't write unless I know the ending of the story, and so I always have an idea where I'm heading. I do frequently suffer from what I call the "skip to dessert" syndrome, where I take a long time writing a slower, more connecting scene because I know there's a more exciting sequence coming up that I really want to write. Also, "word amnesia" syndrome, where I know there's a word I want to use, but for the moment it's completely escaping me.

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Today is release day for book two of the Moonfall Mayhem series. The Meddlers of Moonshine is out! Go and take a look; sample the first chapter, and feel the addiction. Several people have written verry nice reviews of it already.

Or, if you're feeling peckish, try Rags-n-Bones' final recipe below before curling up with a book. In either case, happy reading!

Take it away, Rags!

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