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Within The Veil: A Book Review *****

Before any of you start grabbing at my man card to revoke it, read the whole thing. Yes, it is a seriously girly book. It’s not for the average reader of Kyle Mills, Lee Child, or Joseph Courtemanche. That does … Continue reading

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Can A Great Sentence Be Worth The Interruption In Flow?

That question bedevils some writers in their production of words for public consumption. I am often beset by the conundrum in my writing. It’s a sticky question that I’ll lay out for you below. And I’ll do it quickly, no … Continue reading

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Proposal’s May Just Kill Me.

No, not wedding proposals. I’ve made exactly one of those and it’s worked out well for 28 years. Please follow me on Twitter, and “Like” the Facebook author page. Don’t forget to subscribe (the box is on the right side … Continue reading

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Too Close to the Bone.

First of all, I’m saddened by the loss of Vince Flynn. Please say a prayer for his family today. Of all the modern writers, I enjoyed his books the most. Philosophically, emotionally, and in terms of how I’d like to … Continue reading

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