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A year ago, a group of authors got together to pay tribute to Sir Terrence "Terry" Pratchett, a fantasy genre giant and a sufferer from Alzheimer's. They formed "The Longest Night Watch," and, not content with one anthology, went on to enter writing team competitions and plot a follow up volume. And they found other like minded authors, bringing them into the Watch. The bo ...more
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Published October 20th 2016 by Writer's Colony Press
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Really loved the mix of genres and POVs in this one. Anthologies, by definition, can be a mixed bag. Yet everyone stepped up and delivered their A game. Just a wonderful work and, yes, it supports Alzheimer's research.
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Lacey Sutton is an aspiring author. She spends her days getting paid to sit in front of a computer, and her nights not getting paid to do the same. She has had a long and varied number of things she wanted to do when she grew up - none of which included actually growing up. This explains her tendency to snicker at anything that would make a 2nd grader laugh, the fact that she watches more cartoons ...more

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