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Murder Mystery Show in NH – get tix now!

Posted by on Mar 15, 2013 in News & Events |

Thanks to talented and successful author CJ West, I’ve been invited to participate in a live, interactive Murder Mystery Show that promises to be a hoot! The date is May 10, and the show’s part of a series at Zorvino Vineyards in Sandown, New Hampshire. Here’s where to look for more info. I’m giving you an early heads-up because CJ...

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Hakuna Matata

Posted by on Apr 21, 2011 in News & Events |

I’m a big fan of Nissan’s new Juke. If I were shopping for a cute-ute, it would be a contender. But from the first time I saw one, it reminded me of something … You tell...

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Make an Editor Smile

Posted by on Mar 26, 2011 in News & Events |

I generally avoid doling out writing advice (for fear, mostly, of launching into a 700-word tirade on today’s abuse of the word “literally”). But a few days ago, this blog post by Alison Jannsen, a well known and outstanding editor, went Twitter-viral, and for good reason: Jannsen’s advice is flat-out useful. I was among those who...

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Lawrence Block’s A Drop of the Hard Stuff

Posted by on Nov 29, 2010 in News & Events |

I managed to score an advance copy of Lawrence Block’s A Drop of the Hard Stuff, coming in May from Mulholland Books. It’s the 17th in Block’s fine Matthew Scudder series, which has been idle since 2005. There are two things Block does better than any other crime writer I know: New York City, specifically Manhattan, and Alcoholics...

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Memo to Hollywood: If you’ve lost Ulfelder … (Part 1)

Posted by on Nov 3, 2010 in News & Events | 5 comments

The last movie I saw was Jackass 3D, more than two weeks ago. Two weeks before that I saw The Social Network, and two weeks before that I went to Scott Pilgrim Saves the World. For most folks, I know, three movies in six weeks is a brisk pace. My wife, to take one example, doesn’t visit our local UltraPlex three times a year. But I’m not most folks....

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