Category Archives: Walking Dead in Writing

ALMOST DEAD – A Gift To My Readers

No, No, No . . . I don’t want my faithful readers almost dead. I want you very much alive and reading my novels! What I mean is that my new novel Almost Dead debuts today and my special gift … Continue reading

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DEVIL’S BREATH – A New Global Threat!

This interesting chemical is alternately known as “the most dangerous drug in the world” and “the scariest drug in the world.” Devil’s Breath is a powerful drug that is currently being dealt with on the streets of Columbia. It’s a … Continue reading

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Walking Corpse Syndrome

I admit that both my wife and I love to watch some of the medical thrillers and police procedural shows on television. We record them and, when time permits, we take a break from life and immerse ourselves into the … Continue reading

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When a Murder Is Not Really a Murder!

Yes, the title messes with my mind also. When someone dies at the hand of another, that’s labeled a murder. Sure, there are various degrees of murder—ranging from intentional to unintentional with legal terms such as 1st degree, 2nd degree, … Continue reading

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