About: Wendy Walter

Wendy D. Walter has sketched and written stories about magic since she was a kid. When she set out to tell Ambril’s Tale, she decided not to write a story but to write a world—so much more fun that way. She considers the first in the series, Ambril’s Tale, The Return of the Dullaith, as just the curly tip of the fairy boot. Wendy lives in her beloved San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, daughters, cat and ball-obsessed border collie. She is often to be found at her favorite coffee shop writing furiously or literally in her closet laboriously editing, editing, editing... The illustrations were sketched in pencil before becoming digital. Contrary to some of her character’s opinions, Wendy has no trouble with technology and loves to mesh her paper sketches with her digital artwork. For more about Wendy, ambrils-tale.com

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The Truth about Smart Robots

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A chapter of Riding the Cursed Shoots “Before we get into this, if it was you, thanks for saving my life and getting me away from Moroz. I don’t know how you did it or why, but thanks.” The backpack remained still. “Good, now that’s over.” She picked up her backpack and threw it against.
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Interview with Tony Healey

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Carnival of Cryptid Anthology: ABC This, the second Kindle All-Stars anthology offered to raise funds to support The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is filled with stories featuring Bigfoot, Loch Ness Monster, Chupacabra. These are the names whispered by villagers and sailors and adventurers around the world. They fill the imagination with wonder.
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Interview with Susan Smith-Josephy

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Interview with Susan Smith-Josephy Thank you Susan for sharing with us some of your innermost Cryptid secrets.  Your background is in history and journalism, in other words,  you are very comfortable with the logical and concrete. But your story is about the mythical beast, the Ogopogo. Do you feel your background influenced the direction your.
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