On Writing: Gustave Flaubert

March 1, 2023 Leave a comment

Writers Write Meme Gallery


Categories: Writers Write

The Darknet: Murder by Munchausen Book #2 — $.99 on Amazon

March 22, 2023 Leave a comment

3/20 thru 3/26

It was the case of a lifetime……but then it went sideways on her. The suspect Maddie put behind bars might have been crazy but it turns out he was innocent, and now she finds herself in the Artificial Crimes Unit hunting a serial killer from two hundred years ago and a madman breathing life back into him with modern technology. Worse yet, she’s partnered up with Jake, her former lover.

When androids are hacked and reprogrammed into hit men, Maddie and Jake investigate and track down the the cyberpunk hackers. But now, an evil genius is using droids to recreate the infamous Jack the Ripper murders.

The Darknet Page on Amazon.com

“The author certainly took this book up a notch from its predecessor…[an] enjoyable cruise through gory crime scenes, killer robots, and a clever villain who always seems to stay one step ahead of his pursuers.”  – Frank Frission Reviews  – 5 Stars




Categories: Murder by Munchausen

Clear and Present Dangers……Lois Lowry

March 20, 2023 Leave a comment

“It is very risky. But each time a child opens a book, he pushes open the gate that separates him from Elsewhere.”

~Lois Lowry

Irish Flag

March 18, 2023 Leave a comment

March 17, 2023 — St.Patrick’s Day

Yak Shaving Gallery, 2023


Categories: Shaving the Yak

Ventriloquism for Dummies…

March 17, 2023 Leave a comment

Book Review: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

March 16, 2023 Leave a comment

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by [Yuval Noah Harari]

Part 1 was an interesting discussion of the Cognitive Revolution(speculative as it is) and the ascension of Homo Sapiens over the Neanderthals. But moving into the “Agricultural Revolution, Harari got kind of deconstructive, with a long, boring takedown of the Declaration of Independence seemingly to prove that Sapiens all live in different worlds of our own ideas that have no substance, no physical reality, no ultimate truth, and therefore no real existence. And then true to form the author follows with sub-chapters like The Cult of the Free Market and Capitalist Hell, claiming that “We may not like Capitalism, but we cannot live without it.” Now, I’m not really into Post Modernism. but if it quacks like a duck…I think I’ll skip the rest of Harari’s works. (2 of 5 Stars)

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Jungleland — Now Only $.99 on Amazon!

March 15, 2023 Leave a comment

3/13 thru 3/19

“There are only two types of aircraft:  fighters and targets.”

Sweating it out in the former Belgian Congo as a civil war mercenary, with Sparks turning wrenches on his T-6 Texan, Hawk splits his time flying combat missions and, back on the ground, sparring with Ella, an attractive young missionary doctor, in the sequel to My Brother’s Keeper. 

 Jungleland Page on Amazon

Categories: Jungleland

Clear and Present Dangers……L. Ron Hubbard

March 13, 2023 Leave a comment

“You don’t get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion.”

~L. Ron Hubbard

Alamo Battle Flag

March 11, 2023 Leave a comment

March 6, 1836 — The Alamo fell to the Mexican Army

Yak Shaving Gallery, 2023


Categories: Shaving the Yak

For the Ultimate Vegan…

March 10, 2023 Leave a comment

Lodging — Now FREE on Amazon!

March 8, 2023 Leave a comment

3/7 thru 3/11

“*Sigh*…such a bittersweet story to make me weak in the knees and sorrowful all at once…I HIGHLY recommend this read for anyone.”

~Review by JenacideByBibliophile

While World War II engulfs every nation on the globe, Rebecca and her high school friend Sarah can only dream of escaping a dreary, wind-blown existence in western Kansas, until their boring, stodgy old hometown fills with handsome young men learning to fly Army Air Corps bombers known as Liberators, and their lives are suddenly filled with temptation and, perhaps, true love.

Lodging Page at Amazon



Categories: Lodging
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