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Pregnant Without a Cause Now through the end of July, get Pregnant for Fifty Per Cent (50%) off. It's available on Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/115993 in any electronic format you can name: mobi! html! lrf! (not even…

What should a writer read?

As a mystery/suspense writer, what should I be reading to learn and grow in my craft? The best sellers: Paretsky, Patterson & Slaughter? (Sounds like a bond-trading house). The classics? Definitely, but just how classic: 90s? 40s? Dickens?…

The Advocate's Dilemma by Teresa Burrell

Attorney Sabre Brown’s day is going well until she walks into her office and finds a dead man sprawled across her desk. When, Bob, her best friend and colleague is suspected of the murder, and Sabre’s minor client has information that might…

New "Lily" Review by Jennie Reads

  The book takes place in the long ago days of Hollywood. There is a bombshell actress with a past and a brain as well as the every day guy who is just trying to do the right thing – in between trying to keep a job as a screenwriter…

My favorite movies that nobody else cares about: 1

We all have them, guilty pleasure movies with bad reviews and no fans, but you just happened upon it one night on Channel 44 or whatever. So here's one of mine.  Rancho Deluxe (1976). Rancho was contemporary western with a gorgeous Montana…

If you've been eagerly awaiting Avengers Infinity War

You will probably hate my blog. Sorry. I like to post about stuff that is from the world of the real, the tough, the hard (maybe even -boiled) and the classically goofy. It won't all be OLD, but it will be CLASSIC. Like— ●What does the…

Fred Andersen at Bay Area Book Festival this weekend

Oakland Airport I saw them as soon as we walked into the terminal. More important, they saw us. I didn’t think we could drive back and still get to school tomorrow. So I used Willy’s desktop to buy us four airline tickets online, and we…

Pregnant w/o a Cause

This is the latest edition of Wilshire Lewis's YA-NA-MC-RTV comic novel. For the acronymically challenged, that's: YA: Young Adult (teen) NA: New Adult (twenties-ish, or, alright millenial) MC: Midlife Crisis (thirty-somewhat, Gen…