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REVIEW:DETOUR BY DEVORAH FOX – Susanlovesbooks

Detour Devorah Fox Wow! DETOUR by Devorah Fox had me flipping the pages like a mad woman last night. I had to know what was going to happen with Debbie and Archie. I loved Archie right away and was… Source: … Continue reading

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It’s voting season

No doubt your head is pounding with all the exhortations to go out and vote. I’ll add one more and ask you to nominate “Detour.” Now that “Detour” is officially published, with reviews, it can be nominated for The 50 … Continue reading

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Letter reveals advice George H.W. Bush gave Clinton before his presidency – AOL News

When Bill Clinton was inaugurated, George H.W. Bush sent him a letter — and it’s being resurfaced over 20 years later. Source: Letter reveals advice George H.W. Bush gave Clinton before his presidency – AOL News The letter is from … Continue reading

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“Detour” ahead

Nostalgic about the 1990s? Curious about big rig driving? Or just want to escape into an engaging thriller with memorable characters you’ll come to love? Then take this “Detour.” I could tell you what it’s about and how much you’ll … Continue reading

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What didn’t happen

Research makes the details of The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam historical fantasy series authentic. Although my current works-in-progress are contemporary thrillers, I still have to conduct research. Continue reading

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Less than a buck

The 99¢ Stories are perfect for when you’re waiting for a plane or train, the doctor is running late, or the work on your car is taking longer than expected. Or maybe you’re stuck on hold with Tech Support. Don’t sit there and grind your teeth in frustration. For pocket change you can send your mind off for a quick escape with a short read. Continue reading

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It’s Camp NaNoWriMo and I’m on a DEADLINE

I’ve got a good start on my Camp NaNoWriMo project, a thriller entitled Deadline. Here’s a snippet:

Even over the cellular, the urgency in Debbie Stenowitz’s voice could not be missed. “Ah, come on, Archie. This is an excellent opportunity to spend some serious time with my family.”

“Debbie. Baby. I …” Archie Harlanson stammered, making a last ditch effort to get out of this trip.

“I know you think they don’t like you.”

“I know they don’t. They don’t think I’m good enough for you.” And they might be right. Continue reading

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