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Look for something, find something else, and realize that what you’ve found is more suited to your needs than what you thought you were looking for.

Lawrence Block


How Could You Tell Me That I Was Wrong*

Societal attitudes play a major role in the way we perceive people who are involved in crime. In some cases, people are even held responsible for crimes when really they’re the victims if you think about it. 1,422 more words


Don't They Know It's the End of the World*

For obvious reasons, a lot of crime novels include characters who are dealing with a great loss or trauma in their lives. Sometimes those characters are protagonists; sometimes they’re not. 1,311 more words


Even The Wicked

At the urging of an opinion piece, a vigilante takes to the streets of New York knocking off an accused child molester who up until now, has escaped the hand of justice.   373 more words


Don't Care If It's Chinatown or on Riverside*

If you’ve ever been to New York City, then you know that it defies easy description. It’s a city with a long and rich history, and today, it’s a mix of so many cultures and different kinds of people that the word ‘diverse’ doesn’t even begin to describe it. 963 more words


IWSG: Insecure? Because We're Writers....

This is a post for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group bloghop. It is scheduled for the first Wednesday of the month. TODAY is the first Wednesday of the month. 597 more words

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My Blueberry Nights Review

My Blueberry Nights

Year: 2007

Director: Wong Kar Wai

Writer: Wong Kar Wai, Lawrence Block,

Starring: Norah Jones, Jude Law, Rachel Weisz, Natalie Portman, David Strathairn, Frankie Faison, 740 more words