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Cat on Dogs

“I’ve grown more comfortable working with the dead. With parts of them, really. A few teeth, a vertebrae, a piece of carpet that lay underneath a body. One of my German shepherd’s standard training materials is dirt harvested from sites … Continue reading

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Legendary Writing Coach Don Fry Loves “Cliff Walk.”

Don Fry, the great legendary writing coach, took the time to write a review of my new Mulligan crime novel, Cliff Walk.¬† Here’s what he had to say: One of the reasons to write a novel is to attack all … Continue reading

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A Master’s Wise And Practical Writing Advice

Don Fry begins his wise and practical¬† book of writing advice this way:¬† “Here’s a radical idea: You can escape your teachers. You can write in ways suited to you, rather than ways you were taught.” In “Writing Your Way,” … Continue reading

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Who’s Reading “Rogue Island” Now? The Great Jack Hart!

Look who’s reading my Edgar Award-winning crime novel, Rogue Island, now! It’s legendary writing coach Jack Hart, whose new book, “Story Craft,” will be published July 15. Rogue Island, now available in hardcover and Kindle editions, will be published in … Continue reading

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