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Kicking and Screaming

September 25, 2011 Leave a comment

This is a bit of a, first blog-post as a hostile takeover—but it’s not so much that I’m forcing my presence onto the blog of super-talented, award winning author PD Cacek, but more of me forcing said writer kicking and screaming into the modern age.

And believe me, you do not want to hear the esteemed Mrs. Cacek scream. She’s a regular banshee.

So it is my privilege to welcome you to the new, first ever official blog of PD Casek, “Trish” to her friends. Want to make sure you’ve got the right, PD Cacek…

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Night Prayers

Canyons

Night Players

The Wind Caller

Sympathy for the Dead

                        —Ringing any bells?

Her novels and short stories have won numerous Bram Stoker and International Horror Guild Awards.

She’s awesome, right?

Best of all she’s a really terrific lady, one of the best.

So next up, Trish starts (with a little arm-twisting) posting herself. I love reading the blogs of my favorite authors, following their careers, gaining insights to their lives, their inspirations, and the behind the scenes, day to day, life of a writer at work. Trish joining the ranks fills a big gap in my blog reading schedule.

This is going to be great.

I’m something of Trish’s fault. If you really need something to complain to her about, check out my own musings at, RiFT’s Rants.

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