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The only witness to Sheriff Mike Cougar’s secret is the dead Chrystine Goodall, wife of Syntex Corporation’s CEO. Her murder rips the veneer off of a terrorizing truth that explodes into every corporate office across America. A serial killer is assassinating CEOs in a desperate attempt to stop the carnage of corporate downsizing.
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Jaycee Dugard’s e-book version of A Stolen Life, recently sold 240,000 copies in its first two weeks on sale. This set a Simon & Schuster record for the most e-book sold in its first day on sale. If ever there … Continue reading
If ever the idea that hindsight can be valuable, then George W. demonstrated it when he recently explained his behavior ten years ago in that classroom on 9/11. Did he freeze? Or did he stay calm cool and collected in … Continue reading
We writers have to marvel at the opportunity that Amazon has given us over the past decade. Not just a window onto the world but a whole damn store. It’s great! Great to buy, read, review, peruse books and books … Continue reading
As Borders and Barnes and Noble exit stage left, we writers need to “get used to the new world of books.” I know, I know, everyone is saying it but, one, it can’t be said enough and two, it’s obvious … Continue reading
Steven Pressfield has written a book, the War of Art, that every writer should read, from the hardened veterans to the rookie wannabes. In a word, he says it all, “work” … well, actually he uses several words. It’s hard … Continue reading