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Movie Review: Hieronymus Bosch: Touched By The Devil

Hieronymus Bosch: Touched By The Devil pleased me enormously. I love Bosch’s work, and there were several moments during this documentary when the camera lingered adoringly over his paintings. The film tells the story of gathering Bosch’s paintings for a 500th anniversary show in Den Bosch. A group of museum guys—archivists, […]

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Blood Sky Book Blog Tour

This post lists tour stops for the Blood Sky Book Blog Tour. Bewitching Book Tours Set up a really nice book tour for my forthcoming novel BLOOD SKY. Schedule Blood Sky by Traci L. Slatton August 24- September 21 August 24 Spotlight Booklover Sue http://bookloversue.blogspot.com August 25 Spotlight Zenny’s Awesome […]

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Book Trailer for BLOOD SKY

So BLOOD SKY will soon be out… Here’s the Book Trailer. This is the book trailer for BLOOD SKY, Book 4 in the award-winning After Series, by Traci L. Slatton In a time of apocalyptic despair, love is put to the test… Deep in the badlands of Outpost City, in […]

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BROKEN and a Guest Post on THE READING CAFE

I am so fortunate to have become acquainted with some of the most generous-spirited book review bloggers going. Sandy at THE READING CAFE is one of those smart, kind, thoughtful people. She accepted BROKEN for review and asked me to write a guest post, and then she sent the review […]

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Insightful Review of BROKEN on Tynga’s Reviews

Stéphanie Leroux of Tynga’s Reviews wrote a thoughtful, fantastic review of Broken. Clearly she grappled with the story–she took it on and chewed it over and entered into a dialogue with it. I love those kinds of reviews. I love those kinds of readers. I took many risks with this […]

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TicToc: Far Shore, Book Three of the After Series by Traci Slatton

TicToc: Far Shore, Book Three of the After Series by Traci…: Posted First on Blog Critics as Book Review: ‘Far Shore’ by Traci L. Slatton.  ‘The heart wants what the heart wants’ seems like such a redundancy. Yet there is that simple truth to the adage where there often seems […]

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Revelations

I love conspiracy theorists. They tell the best stories. Think about it. Here are my rules for writing novels: 1. Story is how your protagonist does NOT get what he or she wants. 2. Every story is an argument for a specific value. 3. Know the stakes. Actually, I have […]

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With respect for Budd Hopkins, June 15, 1931 – August 21, 2011

I met Budd Hopkins only a handful of times. We had a mutual friend who knew of my interest in UFOlogy and who grudgingly–and with noted mockery of me–made the introduction. My friend quoted a line he’d heard at a dinner party where Budd had spoken about UFO’s, and one […]

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Core Energetics by John Pierrakos, and Paranormal Perception

I know a woman who lives in the bell-jar of analysis. She’s a fine person, brilliant, successful, and lovingly committed to her children, though she seems not to like other women all that much. I have a few foibles of my own and I like her, snarkiness and all. It’s […]

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Species of real & unreal

Here’s the thing about being a healer: we have a different geometry of reality than many people do. It’s partly a siddhi thing, as described by Patanjali in his Yoga Sutras; if you start meditating regularly, trying to “cease the fluctuations of the mind,” you automatically begin to experience paradigm-busting […]

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Traci L. Slatton is the international bestselling author of historical, paranormal, and romantic novels.