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Writing a Series? Advice by Charles Yallowitz

I’m kicking off the New Year with a guest post from fellow writer, Charles Yallowitz. Charles has just released the final book in his Legends of Windemere series. Last summer, I completed the final book in my Point Pleasant Series, and found the experience both challenging and rewarding. It was my first time creating story… Continue reading Writing a Series? Advice by Charles Yallowitz

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A Montel Murder: A Murder Mystery Part 1

A Montel Murder Part 1 The small, cream colored phone rang on the side table sitting to the left of my bed. Although it was nearly past one in the morning I had been eagerly expecting the call and grasped the receiver rather hastily, nearly dropping it in my hurry. Putting the phone to my… Continue reading A Montel Murder: A Murder Mystery Part 1

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A Tribute To Arthur Conan Doyle

A Tribute To Arthur Conan Doyle There comes a time, a certain point in person's life, when they become a reader of something so powerful, so electrifying, and so unmistakably filled with greatness that he or she witnesses a moment of literary genius that that can rarely be described to the fullest. Those who have… Continue reading A Tribute To Arthur Conan Doyle

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Outside Writing: “Murder on the Orient Express” 2017 Movie Review by Jason’s Movie Blog

ALL ABOARD! In the realm of dubious mysteries, complexed murders, and secretive suspects, none has been more profound, prolithic, and famous than of the iconic Murder on the Orient Express. Considered to be “the” classic murder mystery, Murder on the Orient Express was written by author Agatha Christie back in 1934 and followed the […] via… Continue reading Outside Writing: “Murder on the Orient Express” 2017 Movie Review by Jason’s Movie Blog

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Outside Writing: “The Speckled Band” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s work has always been an inspiration to me, and at the top of his works is, of course, his famous Sherlock Holmes mysteries.  “The Speckled Band” has proven to me time and time again that it is one of my all time favorites from the Sherlock Holmes’ mysteries and it is… Continue reading Outside Writing: “The Speckled Band” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle