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 the site.  THANK YOU Arlee Bird for giving me the opportunity to guest post on your blog page.

As mentioned, the blog is a “short” list of ten methods because there are SO MANY ways to kill without shedding blood.  The research actually sort of overwhelmed me.  As I wrote the blog, I was thinking, “So many ways to kill and so little time to write about it!”

I hope you enjoy the blog as much as I did writing it and that you’ll like the little journey unto Arlee’s blog site.  Oh, and be sure to subscribe while you’re there.

About James J. Murray, Fiction Writer

With experience in both pharmaceutical manufacturing and clinical patient management, medications and their impact on one’s quality of life have been my expertise. My secret passion of murder and mayhem, however, is a whole other matter. I’ve always loved reading murder mysteries and thrillers, and longed to weave such tales of my own. Drawing on my clinical expertise as a pharmacist and my infatuation with the lethal effects of drugs, my tales of murder, mayhem and medicine will have you looking over your shoulder and suspicious of anything in your medicine cabinet.
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1 Response to Ten Ways To Write a Bloodless Death Scene

  1. Maige says:

    The link takes you to the blog – not the article. Here is the address for the actual page: http://tossingitout.blogspot.com/2012/06/ten-ways-to-write-bloodless-death-scene.html

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