Tag Archives: fiction writer

Hope on the Horizon for Pediatric Peanut Allergies

Over one million American children have a peanut allergy! I wrote a blog a couple of years ago which indicated that researchers found that people with food allergies are increasing at a significant rate—an 18% jump between 1997 and 2007 alone, … Continue reading

Posted in About James J. Murray, About Medications/Pharmacy, Anaphylaxis, Blog Writers, Blogging, Children and Food Allergies, Common Food Allergies, Cutting Edge Drug Therapy Research, Deadly Food Contamination, Food Allergies on the Rise, Foods and Lethal Allergic Responses, Foods That Kill, Identifying Peanut Allergies, Increased Peanut Allergies in Kids, Increasing Food Allergies, James J. Murray Blog, Lethal Food Allergies, Medical Technology Advances, Murder Mayhem and Medicine, New Blog, New Drug Discoveries, New Drug For Treating Peanut Allergies, New Drug Research, Peanut Allergies, Pediatric Peanut Allergies, Pharmacy/Pharmaceuticals, Prescription For Murder Blog, Prescription Trends, Preventing Peanut Allergy Reactions, Screening For Peanut Allergies, Severe Food Allergies, The Pharmacy Profession, The Price of Freedom | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

A New Cardiac Pacemaker and Murder

Heart stimulators, commonly called pacemakers, are small devices implanted in patients to control abnormal heart rhythms. Such cardiac abnormalities are commonly referred to as heart arrhythmias, and pacemakers emit electrical pulses to prompt the heart to beat at a normal … Continue reading

Posted in A How To Blog on Murder Plot Ideas, A How To Blog on Murder Weapons, A Murder Mystery Novel, A Mystery Novel, About James J. Murray, About Murder, Advances in Cardiac Medicine, Advances in Pacemaker Technology, Almost Dead-The Novel, Better Fiction Writing, Bloodless Death Scene Writing, Cardiac Pacemaker Technology, Connecting With Your Reader, Designing Murder Plots, Developing Story Plots, Developing Storyline Ideas, Dramatic Murder Weapons, Energy Source of Pacemakers, Fiction Based on Facts, Fiction Based on Real Life, Fiction Writing - A Believable Lie, Heart Stimulators, Heart-Saving Technology, Ideas for Murder Scenes, Interesting Murder Weapons, Internal Pacemaker Batteries, James J. Murray Blog, James J. Murray's ALMOST DEAD, Killing With Lethal Nanoparticles, Methods of Murder, Motion-Activated Cardiac Pacemakers, Murder Mayhem and Medicine, Murder Weapons Discussed, Nanogenerators in Pacemakers, Nanoparticle Technology in Medicine, Nanoparticles To Cure And Kill, Nanotechnology Used For Murder, New Blog, New Methods of Murder, New Methods To Kill Characters in Your Novel, Piezoelectric Pacemaker Technology, Plot Ideas and Where They Come From, Plotting Interesting Murder Scenes, Plotting Murder Scenes, Prescription For Murder Blog, Story Development, The Art of Storytelling, The Art of Writing, The Science of Murder, Tools of Murder, Unique Murder Plots, Unique Murder Weapons, Ways To Kill, Ways to Murder | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Teaching a Patient to Accept New Organs

My wife and I are avid fans of TV medical dramas—the list has been endless over the years of the various series that captured our interests. One of the reasons we enjoy medical shows so much is that it gives … Continue reading

Posted in About James J. Murray, About Medications/Pharmacy, Advancement in Organ Transplant Procedures, Anti-Rejection Drugs, Blog Writers, Blogging, James J. Murray Blog, Medical Technology Advances, New Blog, Organ Transplants, Patient Therapy Outcomes, T Cell Modification for Organ Transplant | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Strychnine – A Dramatic Poison!

Historically, strychnine is one of the more popular methods that writers have used to kill off characters in literature and film. Even the queen of murder mystery writing, Agatha Christi, used this method in her works. The primary source of … Continue reading

Posted in A How To Blog on Murder Plot Ideas, A How To Blog on Murder Weapons, About James J. Murray, About Medications/Pharmacy, About Murder, About Writing, All About Murder, Blog Writers, Blogging, Bloodless Death Scene Writing, Botanical Murder Weapons, Botanicals That Kill, Chemical Poisons, Chemical Weapons Discussions, Chemicals Used For Murder, Creating Emotional Drama in a Murder Scene, Deadly Plant Poisons, Deadly Poisons Discussed, Designer Poisons Used For Murder, Designing Murder Plots, Developing Story Plots, Developing Storyline Ideas, Dramatic Murder Weapons, Drugs Used For Murder, Drugs Used to Murder, How to Choose a Murder Weapon for a Plot Idea, How To Write A BloodLess Murder Scene, Ideas for Murder Scenes, Interesting Murder Weapons, James J. Murray Blog, Killing Off Characters in Writing, Killing Off Characters in Your Novel, Lethal Botanicals, Lethal Chemical Poisons, Lethal Chemicals in Murder Mysteries, Methods of Murder, Murder Mayhem and Medicine, Murder Weapons Discussed, New Blog, New Methods of Murder, New Methods To Kill Characters in Your Novel, Nux Vomica Tree Poison, Poisonous Alkaloids, Poisonous Plants, Prescription For Murder Blog, Strychnine Poisoning, The Science of Murder, The Writings of James J. Murray, Tools for Murder, Ways To Kill, Ways to Murder | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Exploiting Computer Chip Flaws

In my Jon Masters thriller series, my protagonist Jon has a friend named Ed Ochoa. Ed is a computer genius and often does some cyber-magic to produce secure, and usually unavailable, information that helps Jon out of a variety of … Continue reading

Posted in A Jon Masters Novel, A Murder Mystery Novel, A New Science Thriller Novel, A Thriller Novel, About James J. Murray, Accuracy in Writing, Achieving Writing Perfection, All About Writing, Better Fiction Writing, Blog Writers, Blogging, Bloodless Death Scene Writing, Character Driven Writing, Committing The Perfect Murder, Computer Hacking, Computer Processor Vulnerabilities, Creating Interesting Fiction Characters, Creating Unique and Interesting Character Flaws, Cyber Attacks in 2018, Cyber Security Issues, Cybercriminals, Cyberterrorism, Cyberwar, Data Security, Designing Murder Plots, Developing Better Writing Skills, Developing Story Plots, Developing Storyline Ideas, Developing Writing Skills, Elements of Murder, Error-Free Computer Processing, Evidence Free Murder, Fiction Based on Facts, Fiction Based on Real Life, Fiction Writing - A Believable Lie, Growing As A Writer, Imperfect Murder The Novel, Imperfect Murder Thriller Novel, Internet Security, James J. Murray Blog, James J. Murray's IMPERFECT MURDER Novel, James J. Murray's LETHAL MEDICINE Novel, Jon Masters Thriller Series, Lethal Medicine Thriller Novel, Lethal Medicine-The Novel, Mastering Your Craft, Meltdown Computer Chip Flaws, Murder Mayhem and Medicine, New Blog, New Thriller To Download, Plot Development, Plot Ideas and Where They Come From, Plotting The Perfect Murder, Prescription For Murder Blog, Publishing A Novel, Spectre Computer Chip Flaws, Story Development, The Art of Storytelling, The Art of Writing, The Writings of James J. Murray, Tools of Fiction Writing, Unique Murder Plots, Using Cyber Security To Murder | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Chasing Away Old Man Winter

January, this first month of the new year, always starts off with great hope and promise. Often, however, those feelings of optimism and expectation sour as the weather turns colder and the sun remains behind dark clouds for weeks on … Continue reading

Posted in A World of Possibility, About James J. Murray, Achieving Perfection, Being Thankful Every Day, Being Thankful For Your Life, Blog Writers, Blogging, Change in the New Year, Changing Your Life in The New Year, Creating Change in the New Year, Creating New Habits in The New Year, Developing Better Life Skills, Failed New Year’s Resolutions, Forging a Better Life, How To Be A Happier Person, How To Become More Optimistic, How To Change Bad Habits, How to Create a Better Life, How to Create a More Enjoyable Life, How to Create a More Productive Life, How to Create a More Satisfying Life, How To Have A Better Winter, How to Implement New Year's Resolutions, Ideas for Creating Permanent Change, James J. Murray Blog, Life Skills, Life-Altering Goals, Making Change Permanent, Meaningful Change in The New Year, Murder Mayhem and Medicine, New Blog, New Life Goals, New Year's Resolutions, Prescription For Murder Blog, SAD, Seasonal Affected Disorder, Skills to Create a Better Life, The Writings of James J. Murray, Winter Blues | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Commas, Em Dashes, and Ellipses—Their Proper Use!

In a recent blog, I discussed how to properly use the three types of dashes in writing. Today, I’d like to further the discussion on punctuation marks, namely those used specifically to clarify or to emphasize a point. They are … Continue reading

Posted in A Writer's Psyche, About James J. Murray, About Murder, About Writing, Accuracy in Editing, Accuracy in Writing, Achieving Writing Perfection, All About Writing, AP Style of Ellipsis, Better Fiction Writing, Blog Writers, Blogging, Chicago Style of Ellipsis, Comma Use, Correct Use of Punctuation in Fiction Writing, Developing a Writing Career, Developing Better Writing Skills, Developing Writing Skills, Difference Between Commas, Ellipses Use, Ellipsis Use, Em Dash Use, Em Dashes and Ellipses, Grammar and Punctuation, Growing As A Writer, How to Use Commas Properly, How To Use Ellipses Properly, How to Use Em Dashes Properly, James J. Murray, James J. Murray Blog, Learning the Art of Writing, Mastering Your Craft, Murder Mayhem and Medicine, New Blog, Obsession with Proper Usage of the English Language, Practicing Your Profession, Prescription For Murder Blog, Proper Punctuation in Writing, Proper use of Commas, Proper Use of the Written Word, Punctuation Marks, Punctuation Rules, Rules of Punctuation, The Art of Storytelling, The Art of Writing, Tools of Fiction Writing, Writing As A Special and Rewarding Career, Writing Skills, Writing Techniques | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments