Category Archives: Counterfeit Drugs and the Internet

Fictional Character Development Techniques

When people learn that I write fiction, they often ask how I develop the concepts for my main characters. The answer is simple: from observing people in their everyday lives. The long answer, however, is much more complex. While it’s … Continue reading

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On-Line Pharmacies = Real Life Scams!

We’ve all heard the saying, “ If it seems too good to be true, then it probably is.” That certainly applies to the purchase of pharmaceuticals from many on-line pharmacies. Although generic drugs are good economic choices and are acceptable … Continue reading

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