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Robert K Blechman
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Experienced information technology professional, student of social media, author of first Twitter-composed novel "Executive Severance"
Experienced information technology professional, student of social media, author of first Twitter-composed novel "Executive Severance"

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All "Twitter Murder Mystery" eBooks On Sale!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to read an entire mystery novel written in tweets? Here's your chance to find out! Sequel to Executive Severance

It’s been six years since the Mysterious Book Shop launch of “Executive Severance”, the world’s first, best-selling Twitter-composed mystery novel and initial entry in what would become The Twitstery Twilogy.

In honor of this anniversary, all three Twitstery Twilogy eBooks are FREE Thursday through Saturday!

Download your FREE eBook copies of “Executive Severance”, “The Golden Parachute” and “I Tweet, Therefore I Am” from Amazon! http://amzn.to/2qfWROg
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Twitter Mysteries On Sale!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to read an entire mystery novel written in tweets? Here's your chance to find out!

It’s been six years since the Mysterious Book Shop launch of “Executive Severance”, the world’s first, best-selling Twitter-composed mystery novel and initial entry in what would become The Twitstery Twilogy.

In honor of this anniversary, all three Twitstery Twilogy eBooks are FREE Thursday through Saturday!

Download your FREE eBook copies of “Executive Severance”, “The Golden Parachute” and “I Tweet, Therefore I Am” from Amazon! http://amzn.to/2qfWROg
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I've reached 1000 followers on my primary Twitter account @RKBs_Twitstery! Woo hoo! Feel free to follow me!
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Detective Arkaby, protagonist of my Twitstery Twilogy, Saves Christmas!
Well, not really, but it is true that chapter 1 of The Golden Parachute, Book 2 of The Twitstery Twilogy contains a parody of Dicken's A Christmas Carol. You can read chapter 1 here: http://executiveseverance.blogspot.com/2016/07/cover-comparison.html

Until the Willum Granger murder my cases were all routine. Murder victims were found with various grievous injuries, but seldom cut in twain

It appears that Granger is now not dead and somehow reassembled himself. He has returned from the grave and I have his undivided attention.

That also seldom happens. He isn’t a cat, so I assume he couldn’t be both dead and not dead. There are only two possible explanations.

One, Granger is actually dead and this isn’t him. As he stands before me playing “knock knock” games, this alternative has a disadvantage.

Two, Granger isn’t dead. This IS him. How can that be? I had found his severed body and had shared freezer time with his better halves.

If it isn’t him, who or what is it? Could the lab rats at “Body Parts R Us” have assembled a clone Willum Granger out of spare body parts?

If it is him, how has he cheated death? Is he just not-dead or actually un-dead? Is his appearance here precursor to a zombie apocalypse?

Or did my senses deceive me? A slight disorder of the stomach makes them cheats. Could he be an undigested bit of beef, a crumb of cheese?

Is there more of gravy than of grave about him? The dickens if I know. All I know for sure is he doesn’t go away when I rub my eyes.
The Golden Parachute - Cover & Chapter 1
The Golden Parachute - Cover & Chapter 1
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Now available in eBook on Amazon! http://amzn.to/2qfWROg
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According to Marshall McLuhan's Laws of the Media, when new media become dominant, they make old media obsolete, turning them into art forms. Now that we all can tweet 280 characters at a time, the old 140 character tweets are "obsolesced."
That means it's a GREAT OPPORTUNITY to pick up copies of my 140-character Twitter-composed mystery novels before they become an art form and the prices go up dramatically! http://amzn.to/2qfWROg
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Response to Nicholas Carr's "How Smartphones Hijack Our Minds"{
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My latest blog post about the popularity of super hero movies
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