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About the Book “Governor Lydia A Mellow Rose from Texas”

Some couples are very fortunate to share a closely-knit vision of life that merges creative and personal interests into one undivided whole. Governor Lydia is a personal portrait of how a shared life can extend to include a larger vision of the world. In 1997, Lydia became one of the first 50 women District Governors […]

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Christmas Comes to Grayfields by Valerie Dickison

The second volume in the Lydia of Grayfields Series is available for Kindle Readers. This time the reader is “a fly on the wall” as feline Lydia, her brother Frank, Annie, Stanley and Aunt Sophie experience their first Christmas together as a family. A Christmas miracle occurs, in a fashion that only Lydia could pull […]

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Lydia of Grayfields by Valerie Dickison is out on Nook

The Kindle edition of the Cat That Chose to Speak was popular, and we learned that a lot of people wanted to read Ms. Dickison’s book on the Barnes and Noble Reader, Nook. This is a brand new Nook Edition. If you have the color Nook, you’ll see the nice artwork in color, too. To […]

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A Threat Received

Florence ordered the chicken breast broiled with almonds, steamed broccoli, and Caesar salad. She watched while Shorty ordered the 16 oz T-bone, mashed potatoes, and green beans. She decided on the white chardonnay while her partner selected the Budweiser. “I doubt if the Caesar dressing will have anchovies,” she remarked as the waitress wandered off. […]

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Excerpt from Emerald Green

Callie Houston’s second adventure involves her in a corrupt pet food supplier. Here is a short excerpt. Ketamine—nasty  stuff. A friend of mine was dosed on ketamine by a malicious date that was some years older than she was. She reported to me that at first she felt like she was floating in space, detached […]

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Valerie Dickison’s New Book, Lydia of Grayfields

We’re very pleased to be publishing Valerie Dickison’s Lydia of Grayfields Series! I think you’ll get the idea if you read my review. To say that I enjoyed reading Valerie Dickison’s new book, Lydia of Grayfields,  would be a gross understatement. I think it will have all the potential for being another Winnie the Pooh. […]

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Penny Ash’s Pale Fire

From the moment I met Sasha in the sewers in Moscow I knew I’d be in for fast paced race to the finish. The best part was that I had no idea where that finish was going to be. I don’t believe I’ve ever read in the “erotic alien abduction” genre. In fact, I had […]

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The Weatherman: Prologue

In which Lazarra Rayburn leaves Miss V’s Chinese restaurant and heads for Palm Springs and new adventures. This is an experimental test of a planned podcast featuring L.C. Frenzel reading one of his novels. [podcast]http://fatsquirrelpublishing.com/feed/podcast/Weatherman_1.mp3[/podcast]

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Nuclear Gnat

Old Daniel wanders from pit to garge bin, from bar to whore, and all the while he dreams, unable to seperate his dream state from reality. In his world of pre-Katrina New Orleans, the TV announcer is Truth Verite, and the metaphor for the bar is the Loin’s Den where prostitutes are likely to be plying […]

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A Matter for Survival

We meet Callie Houston for the first time. She’s sixteen. She’s smart, tough, and about to be tested to her limits as she is drawn suddenly into a world of violence and retribution. This thriller is set in the pre-Katrina New Orleans area where the land can be rough and the people even rougher. Callie’s mother is the bookkeeper […]

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