Monthly Archives: January 2014

Mixing the real and the fictional

One of the fun things about writing fiction based on real people and events is getting the fictional characters to interact with the real-life ones. In Death and the Blind Tiger, Max and Allison Hurlock travel to New York City … Continue reading

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Could you write non fiction?

The world is full of aspiring (and perspiring) writers. With word processing and easy self publishing, thousands are pounding away on keyboards everywhere. Most of these efforts are fiction, and many of them are mysteries with plucky sleuths that run … Continue reading

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Writer’s Conference!

If you’ve ever had the itch to write, or if you just want to write better, and you live in Eastern Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, D.C. or Virginia, take a look at the Bay to Ocean Writer’s Conference on February 22 … Continue reading

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When you’re hot, you’re hot

Anyone who has read many previous posts, and God bless you if you have, knows I have an interest in guitars(The tale of the traveling guitar salesman) and in interesting people with unexpected attributes (The Red Menace, Hello dere) Well, … Continue reading

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