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The De Sols: Backstory

I started writing about the De Sol family on, or around, the year 1996. It started with AOL RP rooms, and I brought out a table top character I put together once: Gabrielle De Sol. Originally, she started out as my dominatrix vampire. (Hey, I said it was for fun!) She evolved … I evolved…

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Get Serious About Writing

Having done enough conventions and literary panels this year, I wanted to address the question I seem to get most often: How do I stay on track? Many authors, especially those are who “new” to the craft, struggle with this but it is not exclusive to them. Veteran authors have this issue, too. So how do…

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Blood and Champagne

I’m going to try something different. I want this to be an ongoing story you get only here on my site. Keep in mind, it is pre-editor status. (What do you think you get for free! :D) Once a week, I will post a new addition to the story. If you enjoy it, please leave a…

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Whiskey Bullet (unedited)

Another short story, unedited, for fun. WHISKEY BULLET BY LISA VASQUEZ © Lisa Vasquez All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, or distributed, without the prior written permission  Saturday: Guys Night “Get your ass in gear, Chad. We’re leaving in ten minutes,” Mark yelled up to a window facing the drive.…

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Bunny and Clyde (Short Story)

The following short story was featured in Collected Easter Horror Shorts. If you want to read more twisted tales, please click on the book and follow the link! Bunny and Clyde By Lisa Vasquez   ©Lisa Vasquez All Rights Reserved All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, or distributed, without the prior…

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Let’s Get Real

I guess today I want to open up a little more about overcoming “issues” as an author and owner of a company who must be in spotlight. When I first began writing, my biggest fear was having to meet people and having my life be on display. As an author, you make yourself vulnerable to…

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