Kasper Interviews Author Jay Cutts

Death by Haggis Book Cover Death by Haggis
Jay Cutts
Sci fi/fantasy humor detective mystery
December 4, 2013

An Amazon Breakthrough Novel Quarterfinalist, Death by Haggis is a tongue in cheek detective novel inspired by the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest for the "opening sentence to the worst of all possible novels."

Until the day Jane Hamchester walked into his squalid office,

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2017 Fall ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge Winners

Each quarter members of the Fantasy and Science-Fiction Network (FSFNet) participate in a ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge. Members log in their daily written word counts which not only encourages them to keep writing when they see their progress but also encourages the other participants to write more. Here at the FSFNet, we are always encouraging our authors to produce more youth-friendly read more....

12 Days of FSFNet Christmas – Day Twelve – Robin Lythgoe

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Robin Lythgoe spent her formative years in a family of seven readers (including herself) with diverse interests. Fantasy, with its wonderful worlds and creatures and magic, firmly captured her heart.

Though she’s never trained as a thief or ridden a dragon, she has long harbored an excitement for learning. This has led to several self-taught talents such as writing, research, read more....

12 Days of FSFNet Christmas – Day Eleven – J.D. Hallowell

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J.D. Hallowell, author of the popular War of the Blades series, is a 60-ish father and husband who is blessed to have lived an interesting and active life. His varied experiences include such diverse occupations as automotive mechanic, photographer, bouncer, paralegal, and massage therapist. He has been a soldier and an EMT, and has served as the chief of read more....

12 Days of FSFNet Christmas – Day Ten – Brian Guthrie

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Brian Guthrie, 2017 Dragon Award nominee Best Scifi novel, is an independent author of science fiction, fantasy, and more. His first novel, Rise (book one of a series of four, available now) won the Inkshares Nerdist Contest and his second novel, After Man (co-authored with Michelle Guthrie; release TBD) won the Inkshares Geek and Sundry Contest, making him the read more....

12 Days of FSFNet Christmas – Day Eight – H.M. Clarke

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H.M. Clarke has been a Console Operator, an ICT Project Manager, Public Servant, Paper Shuffler and an Accountant (the last being the most exciting.)

She attended Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia, where she studied for a Bachelor of Science (Chem), and also picked up a Diploma in Project Management while working for the South Australian Department of Justice.

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12 Days of FSFNet Christmas – Day Five – Cheryllynn Dyess

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Cheryllynn’s vivid imagination comes through in all she does in life. Her writing started in junior high, although she never truly shared her work until recently. They were kept hidden away in an old tattered orange folder. Original works she wrote as early as 1984 still hold ink on the pages and are just now coming to life. Paranormal and read more....

12 Days of FSFNet Christmas – Day Four – EA Hennessy

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E. A. Hennessy is an author of steampunk, fantasy, and science fiction novels. Since childhood, whenever she happened upon a wishing well or other wish-granting object, her wish would be the same: she wanted to go on an adventure. And so, she wrote the types of adventures on which she’d like to embark, often involving mythical creatures and curious characters. read more....

12 Days of FSFNet Christmas – Day Three – Kurt (KC) Herbel

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K. C. Herbel, author of The Jester King Fantasy Series, spent the first part of his adult life building Oscar-winning robotic monsters in Hollywood, but now commits such dastardly acts with a pen. He loves Sci-Fi and Fantasy, and helms the author-centric website Other Worlds (www.TheOtherWorlds.net). K. C. has traveled extensively; living, working and studying local culture in Korea, read more....