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Not An Interview With Larry Timm Regarding “Murder For Emily’s Sake”

Several years ago I met Larry Timm at a writer’s conference. He was the other guy there. Seriously, it was mainly well dressed women. And Larry. We were both waiting for our chance to go and flop in front of … Continue reading

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Three Days To Launch.

This will be an unusual post. Monday is the big day for Assault on Saint Agnes – it goes live on all sales channels. Including, hopefully, the audio book. Today I want to give thanks. Next week I will shill … Continue reading

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Woot! W00t! W0oT! 2 Million Visits To This Blog.

It appears that there are a substantial number of discerning readers out there who visit this site on a regular basis. Or, a lot of robots and web spiders that index the page hundreds of times a day. I’m leaning … Continue reading

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Serious Free Stuff

Swag time. All this hoopla about the book requires a giveaway. We launch Assault on Saint Agnes in one month and one week, April 18, 2016. Today, because I’m taking a break from really blogging, I’m going to give away … Continue reading

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Goals are sometimes elusive. But they’re always there when you look hard enough.

Yesterday was like most of the 19190+ days that preceded it in my life. The big difference was the call that came at 1647 Central Daylight Savings Time. I was just sitting down to dinner with my wife and a … Continue reading

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