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One year later.

One year later.

Today marks one year since the release of Dawnbreak, and what a year it’s been. Three full new releases, a new edition of Exile’s Return, and all of it wouldn’t have been possible without the tireless efforts of Katharine Luck, Maya Sora, Sara Coty, Julian Norwood, and Noah Arsenault. Combined they make up the current and former Studio Prey team. As an author, much of the credit and praise for the work we do often falls to me. People in…

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Happy Birthday, Maya Sora!

Happy Birthday, Maya Sora!

Today marks 20 years of age for our very own intern, Bones & Hot Sauce. Maya, we wouldn’t have the success or quality of work that we have, without you. From all of us here at Studio Prey, we wish you the happiest birthday. ^_^ -Rebecca J. Mickley

Whispers Beyond the Veil

Whispers Beyond the Veil

Today is the day! One year after the release of Dawnbreak, we are proud to announce that the first two chapters of Whispers Beyond the Veil, the sequel to Ghosts of the Nightmare Gods is available live on Studioprey.com. As is our tradition, the first two are available to everyone, but future releases, every Wednesday and Sunday will only be available to our patrons. For two dollars a month you can continue the story, and follow the journey of Skye…

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Wandering Hops: The Disneyland Fandango

Wandering Hops: The Disneyland Fandango

Disneyland is like Alice stepping through the looking glass; to step through the portals of Disneyland will be like entering another world. -Walt Disney On July 17th, 1955, Walt Disney achieved his dream, opening his park to great fanfare in Anaheim California. At the time of its founding there was no other amusement park like it in the world, and one could argue, ever since. Even though it has often been imitated, expanded and duplicated by both the Disney company…

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Wandering Hops: The Wynoochee Washout

Wandering Hops: The Wynoochee Washout

The Olympic National Forest is a parkland full of many wonders, including the Hoh Rain forest, one of the largest temperate rain forests in the US. Stretching out over the Washington Peninsula, bordering the Puget Sound on one side, and the Pacific Ocean on another, it is emblematic of what people think of when they envision the Pacific Northwest. Long stretches of thick and verdant green canopy dominate the views, broken up by rivers and the towering Olympic Mountains. The…

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Wandering Hops: Hitting the Wall

Wandering Hops: Hitting the Wall

I don’t really know how to stop.  On its face, this seems like a super power.  “You don’t know how to stop? Cool! So, how’s the progress on the novel coming?” In short, it’s not. That and every project I’ve been working on for the last month has felt like it’s moving further towards the horizon, all the while, no matter how fast or hard I run, I look down to find myself on a treadmill, making no progress, save…

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Wandering Hops: The Urban Runner

Wandering Hops: The Urban Runner

San Francisco, the city by the bay. This sprawling metropolis is purported to have it all, fine dining, upscale hotels, one of a kind experiences, history, and tourist traps aplenty. But what about hiking? Can you even hike through an urban landscape, and find something that’s challenging, enjoyable, and memorable? That was the question rattling around in my mind as I descended upon Oakland last week, wondering how I was going to get a Wandering Hops in, while I visited…

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Wandering Hops: Disappointments

Wandering Hops: Disappointments

Growing up in the deserts of West Texas gave me a special appreciation for the ocean, and temperatures below 115 degrees.  Our summers got so hot, I became convinced that heat was one of our chief exports to hell. No matter where you are, it seemed like  it was always hotter somewhere in Texas. However, being on the beach does not make you immune from the sun. I learned that living in Southern California, but at least the breeze coming…

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