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More zine action...

Agent with Style is getting a plethora of zines ready for MediaWest con in Lansing, MI, on May 21-26, 2008. 

I have a story called "Midnight Clear" that was the last solo story I wrote during my stint on the Virtual Seasons Team in one of the zines available there.


     From tears to joy and everything in between, Christmas with the Winchesters could *never* be considered ordinary.  These deftly-told tales will pull you into the lives of Sam and Dean, how they celebrate the holidays -- or not, as the case may be.  With surprises around every corner, you'll never want these stories to end!  In this issue, you'll find:

"Midnight Clear" by Gaelicspirit
     When Dean and Sam encounter a coma-inducing witch it could be the answer to Sam's prayers...or the death of his brother this lonely yuletide season...  Just who or what is Boz, and can she fix the unfixable?

Also in that zine are Christmas stories by Bayre, Supernaturalsam, Kittsbud, Irismay42, and Tree66. For more information, go to www.agentwithstyle.com.





( 2 Tall Tales — Tell Me A Story )
May. 24th, 2008 08:31 pm (UTC)
midnight clear
I've become addicted to your writing - mainly through SN - if I keep on reading more of your insightful descriptions of family mechanics, specially related to our favorite obsession - my so called outward confidence is going to crumble down to pieces. You do know what it means to be the one always trying to keep the whole thing together at all costs as a daughter - in my case - and a sister. It is not only very hard but also quite misunderstood. You are brilliant and I love your writing. Keep at it. Please!
May. 26th, 2008 02:59 pm (UTC)
Re: midnight clear
Hi! I wish I knew who you were -- this comment totally humbled me and brought tears to my eyes. Thank you so much for taking time to say this to me. I appreciate it more than you know.

I read this right after spending several hours tracking down a wayward sister (via phone, *rolls eyes*) and convincing her to go home and talk to Mom and Dad and feeling like a total failure for not being able to do more and your words bouyed me in ways I wasn't able to predict.

Thanks for that -- and for letting me know you enjoy my stories. I'll keep writing them. If you keep reading. ;)

Best to you!
( 2 Tall Tales — Tell Me A Story )

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