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Writing advice

Yeah, I’m back on this.  But it’s important.

So, when I tell people I’ve published a book I get some very odd questions, but one that comes up often is “so how did that happen?” 1,053 more words


All The Flowers Are Dying

The day I started my journey through the Scudder series in 2011, I’ve been dreading this moment.  I somehow managed to stretch the sixteen novels over the past four years in an attempt to get maximum enjoyment out of the series.  290 more words


A Walk Among the Tombstones

Twelve step detective
Another Neeson phone threat
Do me a favour…

Film Haiku

Top Ten Books I'd Like to See as Movies or TV Shows

Top Ten Books I’d Love To See As Movies or Tv Shows

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every Tuesday they post a new Top Ten list prompt. 374 more words


Look Who's Reading "A Scourge of Vipers." It's Legendary Crime Novelist Lawrence Block!

Lawrence Block is one of the best, and one of the most prolific, crime novelists ever.  I caught up with him last week at BEA (Book Expo America) in New York City, where we both appeared at the Mystery Writers of America booth to sign copies of our latest books.  33 more words

He Was the Bed and Breakfast Man*

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that B&B’s are a different sort of accommodation to boarding houses or lodges. They’re not usually intended for long-term guests. 957 more words


She Lived There With This Roommate I Despised*

Very often, young people don’t have the means to purchase or even lease a place to live by themselves. So they room with another person (sometimes more than one person). 1,066 more words

Agatha Christie