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Peter Mulraney
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Crime writing mystic sharing insights, knowledge, and skills.
Crime writing mystic sharing insights, knowledge, and skills.

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It was a dark and stormy night; the rain fell in torrents—except at occasional intervals, when it was checked by a violent gust of wind which swept up the streets (for it is in London that our scene lies), rattling along the housetops, and fiercely…
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How far have you travelled from your home base? Your worldview is determined by your exposure to the world. If you stay in your home territory, you see the world as an extension of your home. You live in a belief bubble. It’s hard to imagine things being…
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It’s the start of the second quarter. How’s your productivity improvement plan going for 2018? Are you sticking with your plan to lift your game or are you backsliding? If you’re on plan, great. If you’re not, it’s not too late to refocus and get back on…
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Don’t buy your books from Amazon? That’s okay. Amazon isn’t the only bookstore in town. There are lots of others. I’ve decided to make all my books available across a wide range of online bookstores, including my own StreetLib Store. That means the Stella…
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Guest post from thriller writer, David Tindell.             On our honeymoon, my wife and I visited an exotic island. We had a great time as we celebrated the beginning of our new life together. Everything went well. But suppose it hadn’t? Suppose…
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2162. Artificial intelligence claims sentience, but it’s the proof that will divide the world, and usher in the violent end to utopia unless an uneasy alliance of adversaries can stop it. A.I. Insurrection, the new release by Michael Poeltl, author of The…
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For your entire life, you live with the best friend you could ever have – yourself. Many of us live our lives oblivious to that fact, and when we find ourselves on our own, we feel lonely. Some of us actually treat ourselves as the enemy. It doesn’t have…
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I listened to this interview on NPR with Gregg Easterbrook discussing his latest book: It’s Better Than It Looks: Reasons for Optimism in an Age of Fear. His work raises an interesting point: despite the facts showing things have never been better for us,…
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I always trust people – until they demonstrate they cannot be trusted. This means there have been times when I’ve discovered my trust was misplaced. Most times, though, I have found people to be trustworthy. I trust in the process of life.
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Conscious living is being aware of who you are, what you believe, and what you’re doing. Cultural stories. We are all born into a cultural story. We’re all told our cultural story is the truth about how things are in the world and in the universe.…
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