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Desperate promises
won’t always be kept
so don’t give away what you
can’t stand to lose
People take on
impossible debts
when they’re really just… 82 more words

What are the Best Thriller Novels?

The Best Thriller Novels Are Non-Stop

In 2010 a film called “Unstoppable” was released in theaters. This film was based on a real life incident of a runaway train that kept gaining speed and to all outward appearances could not be stopped. 359 more words

Th Path to Odin's Lake: An Excerpt

The fear was real and palpable. Forty-something dads are not supposed to grow beards and disappear off into the wilderness in search of talking mountains. A sense of disapproval followed me around.

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The Holy Rosary: Mysteries

I’m thinking about making rosaries.  It seems like a fairly easy product to make;  I thought. Then I realized that the rosary is really complicated to actually use. 418 more words


It's Fleming. Ian Fleming. #happybirthdaybond #spythriller

“The scent and smoke and sweat of a casino are nauseating at three in the morning. Then the soul-erosion produced by high gambling–a compost of greed and fear and nervous tension–becomes unbearable and the senses awake and revolt from it. 127 more words


Someone likes me?!

Someone…likes…me? This is the first time I got a secret admirer but two! Well, this was a very long story and I might take a long time to end it. 804 more words


Flip the Script Friday: Theodore Dreiser, The Girl in the Coffin

Without my handy dandy library of plays here with me in North Carolina, I turn to the massive number of scripts I have stored on my laptop for this week’s Flip the Script Friday. 820 more words