Finnian Burnett

Storyteller

Emma’s Perfection She touched my ear during Algebra. She touched my ear, and I didn’t dare look at her, but the tingle stayed long after her fingers had gone. After class, she leaned to whisper, her warm breath dancing across my already sensitive skin. I know, but it doesn’t matter. She couldn’t know. She meant …

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According to Tolstoy, “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Marriages are like that, too. Relationships of all kinds. I could have written dozens of novels based on past unhappy relationships but my relationship with my wife, a happy, healthy, respectful relationship, leaves me with a decided lack …

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My resolution to read more in the new year is going swimmingly so far. It’s the second and I’ve burned through two very good, though very different books. Yesterday, I wrote about Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias. After that book wrecked me, I was skimming listlessly through my past purchases on Kindle trying to find …

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  Today, I’m excited to welcome KD Williamson to talk about fishing, worms, and her new release, Big Girl Pill. Please check it out. You can find contact information for KD, including where to find her book, below.   Fish, Cabins and Worms     Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted to …

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