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Live PD Is A Must If You’re An Author – Or You Love Action

Last year I taught a couple of classes at the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) conference. One was on basic patrol/crime scene and the other was on weaponry. I told both classes that they had homework: watch Live PD for … Continue reading

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Something Was Restored This Weekend. #ACFW2017

It is after midnight in a very dark hotel room. The only light is from electronics recharging and the screen of my laptop. My wife is sound asleep across the room, and I’m sitting here in a dress shirt and … Continue reading

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Cooking Lessons Go ‘Round

The amazing rolls that Brenda made with my spice suggestions, all stolen from Gordon Ramsay and Robert Irvine? Yeah, baby, that was a learning lesson/teaching time/some other trite expression. Please follow me on Twitter, and “Like” the Facebook author page. … Continue reading

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