Monthly Archives: July 2009

Mystery Authors on Twitter list now on a wiki

I have had more hits on my Mystery, Suspense and Thriller authors post from way back in March of this year than anything else. It really needed a better format and easier way to update. I’ve have been trying alot … Continue reading

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Narrative Non-Fiction: True Tales That Read Like Novels

Narrative non-fiction in its simplest definition is “non-fiction that reads like a novel.” Edward Humes says It is hard to imagine a more vibrant genre, combining the immediacy of journalism and the power of true accounts with the texture, read, … Continue reading

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One of those meme thingies

I saw this on Facebook but couldn’t get the stupid thing to copy and paste. Facebook, as a web application is annoying and needs a boot in the something or other. Apparently Facebook should be in my “pet peeves” answer. … Continue reading

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Rollerbabies!

How I love babies and I love Evian water. Here they are perfectly combined.

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Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

Although it is wonderful to see the actors who play the characters grow up and move through the Harry Potter storyline, the film version of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince leaves out so much in the way of … Continue reading

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Super Action Comic Maker

When the going gets tough, the tough get ‘tooning, I always say. I was looking for something else and I found this new cartooning tool. Choose from several characters and backgrounds, then add in your own captions to the text … Continue reading

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Mystery a Month Discussion: Erin Hart’s Haunted Ground

Haunted Ground is the story of a perfectly preserved woman’s head that rises to the top of a peat bog in Ireland. The mystery of her identity after several centuries brings an archealogical team to the area. Complicating matters is … Continue reading

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