Tag Archives: murder

WELL BEYOND THE WAKE-UP CALL

­­My blog is taking a bit of a turn in a direction that was never intended. When I began this writing journey over 450 postings ago, I was motivated, admittedly, to use the blog to support the promotion and—hopefully—the sale … Continue reading

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NOW IT’S A TRUCK!

At last count, the world is occupied by 7.4 billion human beings. Just for the sake of illustration, here’s what that number looks like: My very likely conservative estimate is that at least ten percent of them are crazy…crazy enough to go on … Continue reading

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I WRITE DEAD PEOPLE

So again I asked this question of myself the other day:  How many people must die because of a book I’ve written?  I hasten to note here that I’m talking about people in the book, in the fictional story, who … Continue reading

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I WRITE…PEOPLE DIE! WAZZUPWIDDAT?

My God, I’m convinced I must have been a murderer in a previous life.  Here I am only paragraphs into writing my new novel and already I am plotting someone’s death.  I wouldn’t be so alarmed if I hadn’t already … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Sandy Hook

I am like anyone else who has witnessed the horrible tragedy last week at Sandy Hook Elementary School.  It is hard not to have watched it all unfold without having your emotions wrenched.  These kinds of mass killings leave one … Continue reading

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