Monthly Archives: June 2012


This past weekend I attended a Writer’s Conference  that drew in agents from the West Coast and New York.  It was an exciting time, filled with expectations and an overwhelming amount of information regarding the publishing industry. I was able … Continue reading

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Why Is It Called “The Practice of Pharmacy”?

Lately I’ve been blogging about dark and sinister subjects: the perfect drug as a murder weapon, ten ways to create a bloodless murder and zombie invasions.  I appreciate all the enthusiastic responses to those, but today I’m going to write about something a … Continue reading

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Father’s Day Thoughts

You LOVE them, you HATE them, you SUPPORT them emotionally and then you FIGHT with them.  Families and children bring out the BEST in us and sometimes they cause our WORSE traits to pop up. But when all is said … Continue reading

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Ten Ways To Write a Bloodless Death Scene

Today I’m making history! As of this morning, my FIRST GUEST BLOG on a fellow writer’s blog site is being published.  The blog describes a few of the many ways of constructing a bloodless death scene.  This LINK will get you to … Continue reading

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Bath Salts and the Zombie Apocalypse!

If you follow my website, blogs and postings, you’re aware that I write novels about Murder, Mayhem and Medicine.  Those are dreadful combinations to say the least, but they also make for entertaining story telling.  So how did I get … Continue reading

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MADE IN AMERICA: Does that include your prescription drugs?

Recently I saw an entertaining news feature about a family who was determined to fill their home with furniture and appliances made only in America.  Once they had removed everything that WASN’T made in the United States, all that was left … Continue reading

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