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Chapter Three of My First Murder Mystery Novel

Once again, I’m posting a chapter from my first murder mystery novel. The one that made the New York Times ebook bestseller list a hundred years ago back in 2011. But, first, a reading by moi! πŸ™‚ So, here’s Chapter Three! πŸ™‚ CHAPTER THREE I stood at the... read more

We Have an Audiobook Giveaway Winner!

I’m thrilled to announce that we have a winner in the audiobook giveaway contest that ended on Friday. So … drumroll, please! And the winner is Jeni Peterson! πŸ™‚ Yay, Jeni! You’ll be getting a special code to use when ordering INVISIBLE ME, the... read more

Chapter Two of My First Murder Mystery Novel

Hello again! πŸ™‚ It’s Monday and what better way to start off the week than with a good murder mystery novel, eh? πŸ™‚ Even if it’s not Monday, what’s not to like? So, with that in mind, here’s Chapter Two of IDENTITY CRISIS, my first Sam McRae... read more

Enter My Giveaway for a Free Audible Book

It’s my pleasure to announce that I’m doing an audiobook giveaway right on this here blog! This week, you can enter my contest to win a free Audible book. The winner will get a free copy of my latest audiobook release, INVISIBLE ME. And here’s a... read more

My First Sam McRae Murder Mystery Novel

It’s been a while since I blogged about good old Sam McRae, and my first novel in the Sam McRae murder mystery series. So … for those of you (and there are many) who’ve never read this book, which in case you didn’t know made the New York Times... read more

My Book Review of ‘Creative Sprint’

My Review of β€˜Creative Sprint’ By Noah Scalin and Mica Scalin When I first heard of Creative Sprint, it was through a local group of freelancers who work in various fields. At some point, I joined the online Creative Sprint Challenge, in which I received an emailed... read more

What Lawyers Really Do

I thought I’d blog a bit about what lawyers really do. There a number of misconceptions about law school, legal training, and what a lawyer actually does for clients. There are also any number of mistaken impressions people have about the law and being a lawyer.... read more

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