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The Demanding, Involved Nature of the Litigation of Important Cases

Litigation is an art, because even the strongest legal argument can seem less persuasive once a human element has been introduced. Some of the sharpest legal minds of all have found themselves fumbling helplessly for words while standing before juries. 382 more words


Turbo Twenty-Three--Janet Evanovich

The new Evanovich!

Well, new is relative. It’s the most recent Evanovich.

Here’s the thing. I used to really love these books. But they’ve become so formulaic it’s not fun anymore. 198 more words


Cover Reveal: Accidental Witness (Morelli Family, #1)

I’m so excited for you guys to meet my favorite character!

March 27th, Accidental Witness will be releasing on Amazon (it will also be available on Kindle Unlimited)! 182 more words

My Books

Over the Rainbow: getting the colours right

How did you learn the order of the colours of the rainbow? In my case, even though it was more than fifty years ago, I still remember the mnemonic: Richard of York gained battles in vain. 1,088 more words


John Singer Sargent's 'Gassed': more allusion than fact?

Some remember John Singer Sargent for his portraits of the most affluent in society. For many, though, his most memorable painting is his vast canvas showing the horrors of the First World War, in the Imperial War Museum, London: … 1,106 more words


Turbo Twenty Three by Janet Evanovich  (Stephanie Plum #23)

I am a big fan Stephanie Plum novels and Janet Evanovich’s writing in general. I’ve been reading this series since around 2003, and I used to genuinely get excited about another installment in the series. 787 more words

Book Review

The Story in Paintings: The Road to Damascus and the Conversion of Saint Paul

I recently praised Domenico Morelli’s superior composition in his The Conversion of Saint Paul (1876). This article explores earlier paintings of this popular story from the New Testament, to see how the previous Masters had tackled it, and whether my claim is justifiable. 1,967 more words