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April Newsletter

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There’s nothing I can say about the corona virus pandemic that hasn’t already been said. When I was in the Navy, we had an expression: the Sailor is a person who runs into harm’s way so others don’t have to. The same can be said for health care workers who run toward danger and not […]

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February Newsletter

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So, to play catch up, I hope everyone had a great February. Here in Florida, we were experiencing a global warming cold spell. There’s an oxymoron for you. At any rate, I’m ready for Spring. February has two quasi holidays: Groundhog Day and Valentine’s Day, and one federal holiday, Presidents’ Day. For being the shortest […]

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Couch Detective: Book 1

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Are you a crime show junkie? A law and order fanatic? A real-life who done did it grand master who uncovers the clues and solves the case before any of your family or friends?Then take the challenge and solve each case before the end of every chapter. Become one of the elite and earn the […]

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PLOT HOLES

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Writers write. It’s what we do. We’re driven to write. Getting through the first draft is a great, but it’s only scratching the surface of your story. The second, third, and fifteenth draft—if your insanity takes you that far. I’m not here to judge. Some people are driven into insanity when it comes to writing. I […]

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February Newsletter

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February has always been the month for love. Whether you’re in a relationship with someone else or you crave the relationship between two characters in the current book you’re reading. Or maybe you’ve been too busy trying to stay warm to notice we’re in the month of February. Many parts of the country have endured […]

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Merry Christmas

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As I sit in my favorite chair, drinking coffee and working on my current novel, I realize I’ve been truly blessed in 2018. I have a loving family, great friends, a supportive writers group, and the ability to write. Writing never came easy to me. In fact, it had been elusive to me. A foreign […]