Felicia FredlundTraveling Fictioneer — Writer, Editor and Reader of Fiction
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My name is Felicia Fredlund. I write fiction that explore faraway places, but I never forget that it is the characters and their relationships that makes fiction interesting.
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Edited by Allyson Longueira
WMG Publishing (publisher of Fiction River) description of the anthology:
Fiction River crosses the border (and sometimes the galaxy) in this latest volume of Fiction River Presents. From a look into the Canadian side of World War II to the streets of London’s East End to worlds altogether alien,Writers Without Borders offers up international perspectives from Fiction River authors living outside the US. Spanning genre lines from historical mystery to fantasy to science fiction, this volume proves why Astro Guys says: “The Fiction River series is a wonderful mind-expanding read.”
My story is “Magic and Sacrifice” which first appeared in Fiction River: Last Stand. It is about a man and a woman determined to protect their country.
I've been a little slow in my announcement of my publications, so I have several exciting projects to tell you about. In November last year, Fiction River: Last Stand was released with my story "Magic and Sacrifice". I co-edited that anthology with Dean Wesley Smith...read more
Last time I told you about Costa Rica, a country that I find it hard to describe, but let me forever changed. From Costa Rica, I went to Boston to visit for four days and stay at a friend’s home, Paulette. She is a great host, both sharing tasty food, being helpful,...read more
Last time I told you about the longer than planned journey—or adventure if you will—to get to Costa Rica. When anyone asks me how Costa Rica was, I never know how to answer. It isn’t because it was ambiguous or a lot of highs and lows. The country, or at least the...read more