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E. B. Davis
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Surviving an Automobile Accident
Surviving
an Automobile Accident Having an automobile accident that has totaled my car
was the worst thing I’ve ever experienced except for the deaths of loved ones.
I was lucky in not being killed when I saw my car after getting out of the
hospital. My ste...
Surviving an Automobile Accident
Surviving an Automobile Accident
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Midsummer
by Linda Rodriguez Because I have just sold my
old home of 45 years and am housebound in my new one with no garden
or landscaping (until I'm back on my feet next year) and, thus, am
homesick for midsummer flowers, butterflies, bees, and birds, here is
a pos...
Midsummer
Midsummer
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After the Release and My Second Draft Process
My debut novel, The Uninvited Corpse , released on March 27 th , and to say it was an amazing day would be an understatement. I was excited, eager, curious, apprehensive and happy. It was Christmas morning, the first day of school and graduation all-wrapped...
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Summer Beach Reads by E. B. Davis
It may not be summer yet, but
there’s no excuse not to jumpstart the beach reading season. Two of the three
books I’m recommending are set at the beach. The third book is written by an
author who used to write a series set at the beach so even if I’m readin...
Summer Beach Reads by E. B. Davis
Summer Beach Reads by E. B. Davis
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A Man Lay Dead by Ngaio Marsh – a review from a different perspective By Kait Carson
Inspired by Warren Bull’s reviews of classic mystery novels
I picked up a copy of Ngaio Marsh’s A Man
Lay Dead . The book, and the author were full of surprises. I had expected
Ms. Marsh to be a Brit. I suppose she was, being born in New Zealand in 1900,
bu...
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An Interview with Author Tina Whittle by E. B. Davis
I knew how
hard it was to pull your roots out of the dirt that had made you, leave that
ground behind no matter how poisoned it had become. All our regrets and mistakes
and hauntings, they were always ours, always. We hauled our own private
graveyards with ...
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TELL DON’T SHOW, THE OLDEST MISTAKE IN THE BOOK. By Sasscer Hill
With six published novels, and
multiple award nominations, how was it possible my current WIP suffered from this
error? Was it the new subject? My first
six novels are racetrack mystery-thrillers, and horse racing is a game I lived
for more than thirty year...
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An Interview with Sherry Harris by E. B. Davis
When it
comes to running a successful garage sale, Sarah Winston believes in doing her
homework. She also believes in giving back. But when she agrees to manage an
athletic equipment swap, she doesn’t bargain on an uncharitable killer. The day
of the event,...
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Where Do You Write by Cindy Callaghan
As a writer, there
are certain questions that I get asked a lot. One of the most common is, “ Where do you write?” I say,
“In my Writing Cave.”   What is it like? If you picture
the Bat Cave, you’re pretty close.   Except
the walls aren’t stone; they’re mah...
Where Do You Write by Cindy Callaghan
Where Do You Write by Cindy Callaghan
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James M. Jackson Interview by E. B. Davis
“My car’s parked around the
corner,” I said. “Do you want to talk there? We’d eliminate the interruptions,
although I would understand if you didn’t want to get into a car with someone you
don’t know well.” Again, she waved off my concern.
“Oh fiddlesticks....
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