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One Fictitious Moment: Writing Detective Fiction

I’ve been writing a few articles for various publications recently and as part of one of those assignments, I decided to create some YouTube videos about writing. 36 more words



I love this concept, this thing, this noun. If we’re looking for stories, they’re everywhere. The only problem is that a lifetime is not long enough to explore them all. 35 more words

Quotes From Better Writers

They reached for the sky but found death: The world's greatest airplane mysteries

Hopes are now pinned on the robotic submersible scouring the sea 1,500 miles off Australia where experts believe the Boeing 777, with 239 passengers and crew, was lost six weeks ago. 53 more words

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One Day, I Stepped Off The Edge of the World

I’ve held this inside for more than 40 years. I think you’ll see why.

One day I met an angel.

Crazy, right? So…. I’ll just tell the story, and you make up your own mind. 1,323 more words


Wonderland - Epilogue






Wanita itu mengaduk Americano-nya sedikit lamban. Mungkin, wanita itu sedang melamun. Mengingat hari ini sidang akhir perceraiannya dengan suaminya. Nama wanita itu Rachel Han. 665 more words


The Disappearance of Jean Elizabeth Spangler

Jean Elizabeth Spangler was born in Seattle, Washington on September 2, 1923 and was an American dancer, model, and bit-part actress in Hollywood films and early television. 19 more words


Mysteries and pranks are the stuff of British country life

There’s a mystery afoot in Essex. Don’t call for Scotland Yard. Nobody’s car has been spray-painted, yobs aren’t congregating around the village cross, the fields are free of flytipping.What has the people of Colchester talking is philanthropy. 39 more words

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