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Jerry Hatchett
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SPACE: An Old Frontier?
Circa 2008 I did the "VIP" tour here at NASA. (Anyone can do it; you just pay something like $80 for the tour instead of the normal $15 or whatever it is.) You get a lot more access, see a lot of the real work going on behind the scenes, eat with the engine...
Circa 2008 I did the "VIP" tour here at NASA. (Anyone can do it; you just pay something like $80 for the tour instead of the normal $15 or whatever it is.) You get a lot more access, see a lot of the real work going on behind...
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This TBT rollback in time was me at the height of my career of writing term papers for hire. $50 was the price and an 'A' was guaranteed. Never had to give a refund. (I DO NOT RECOMMEND SUCH PRACTICES TODAY!)
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Thx, Paula!
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Book Thoughts: Buried Secrets by Joseph Finder
For my fellow thriller readers and authors:  I recently finished Joseph Finder's Buried Secrets and have to dole out some praise and a hearty recommendation. It grabs your attention early and never lets go. Well written. Finder finds that elusive balance b...
For my fellow thriller readers and authors:  I recently finished Joseph Finder's Buried Secrets and have to dole out some praise and a hearty recommendation. It grabs your attention early and never lets go. Well written. Fin...
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The Projectionist: Chapter 18
Chapter 18 Porter opened his eyes—correction—he tried to open his eyes, but they were matted shut. He used a thumb and index finger to gently unstick them, then opened them. Then wished he hadn't. The light pouring through his bedroom window hit them like n...
Chapter 18 Porter opened his eyes—correction—he tried to open his eyes, but they were matted shut. He used a thumb and index finger to gently unstick them, then opened them. Then wished he hadn't. The light po...
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CHAPTER 16 NOW “Porter, are you drunk?” Porter’s head snapped up and he glared at Debra for a moment, then started laughing and slapping the table. “Yes! Yes, I am! Why do you ask?” “Are you coherent enough for...
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At long last, a new chapter of The Projectionist!
CHAPTER 16 NOW “Porter, are you drunk?” Porter’s head snapped up and he glared at Debra for a moment, then started laughing and slapping the table. “Yes! Yes, I am! Why do you ask?” “Are you coherent enough for this discussion?” Both hands flat on the table...
CHAPTER 16 NOW “Porter, are you drunk?” Porter’s head snapped up and he glared at Debra for a moment, then started laughing and slapping the table. “Yes! Yes, I am! Why do you ask?” “Are you coherent enough for...
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Scott, I bought your app a while back after talking with you on the SmartThings forum about it. Just now getting a chance to really play with it. Do you happen to have a tutorial anywhere for the basics of feeding info from SmartThings devices into HAM Bridge and then out to Indigo?
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Just found 'em. ;)
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One of the greatest quotes ever.
Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan 'Press On' has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.
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My thoughts on a good thriller...
For my fellow thriller readers and authors:  I recently finished Joseph Finder's Buried Secrets and have to dole out some praise and a hearty recommendation. It grabs your attention early and never lets go. Well written. Fin...
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Projectionist fans, a new chapter is up and ready!
Chapter 18 Porter opened his eyes—correction—he tried to open his eyes, but they were matted shut. He used a thumb and index finger to gently unstick them, then opened them. Then wished he hadn't. The light po...
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Deadly Stairs, Machu Picchu And The Sacred Valley, Peru
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It's beautiful, but I'll pass on that stairway!
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I'm an author and a specialist in digital forensics, known far and wide (infamously?) as ChopOMatic.
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Russell Blake » Amazing Times
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I was talking with another author, who does extremely well as an indie, and we started comparing numbers. He/she will earn close to two mill

The Hillary Letters
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Correspondence between a young Hillary Clinton and Saul Alinsky in 1971.

Russell Blake » Three Years Come and Gone
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I was reminded yesterday by a friend that my third year of self-publishing passed in June and I didn't even blog about it. That should tell

SEVEN UNHOLY DAYS - A TECHNOTHRILLER
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As a Christmas and New Year celebration, I'll be posting a chapter a day from my current technothriller. I hope you enjoy, but be warned: IT

Pawnbroker by Jerry Hatchett
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Pawnbroker by Jerry Hatchet was published by Red House publishing. It would most align with the mystery/thriller tag. It would appeal to any

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The Projectionist: Chapter 8
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Chapter 8 Alice often didn’t know why she did the things she did. Or at least she didn’t know at the time she did them. She just acted. Or r

Pawnbroker
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Gray Bolton's life as a pawnbroker in a Mississippi town is good. He has a beautiful family and the future looks bright. Then an armed robbe

A big HOWDY from Texas!
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While I've done a bit of blogging in the past, this is the official first entry in this blog devoted purely to story. Fear not; I'll not get

Ole Miss Is SEC's New Team to Watch
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There's no shortage of storylines this spring in the SEC. Will LSU rebuild or reload? Can the new coaches get things turned around at Auburn

Winners and Losers of Ole Miss' Amazing Signing Day Class
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The Ole Miss Rebels were the stars of national signing day on Wednesday, closing strong with No. 1 overall prospect Robert Nkemdiche , No. 4

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And not a Rebel was sleeping...
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At least not any Ole Miss Rebel who follows football recruiting. It's an anxious evening, much like the night before Christmas. National Sig

The Passion That Thrills
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Until a couple years ago, when someone asked me what my hobbies or passions were, the answer could turn into a real ramble: "Well, I love Ol

Mailbag: Ole Miss' stunning recruiting success turning heads
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Here is this week's mailbag. As always, you can send me your questions via Twitter to @BFeldmanCBS:

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Is Ole Miss a Threat to 'Bama, UGA for Tunsil?
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Move over, Alabama and Georgia, there's another program that's firmly in the running for 5-star offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil (per 247sport