I’ve been posting nothing but photos everyday for the last three months, it felt like I needed to get back to some posts with more than three words. And the perfect way to do that is to post a review of a TV mini series that hit Lifetime about a month ago. And Then ThereContinue reading “TV Review: “And Then There Were None””
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Book Review: “The Long and Faraway Gone” by Lou Berney
Right after reading “Third Rail”, I jumped into Lou Berney’s gut-wrenching “The Long and Faraway Gone“. And when I say guy-wrenching, I mean knife plunging into the gut, then barbs opening at the tip, and then twisting all around until your digestive tract is the groundest of ground meat. Ostensibly a mystery, the book opensContinue reading “Book Review: “The Long and Faraway Gone” by Lou Berney”
Let The Editing Begin!
About five and a half weeks ago I finished the first draft of a hard-boiled detective novel. Today, the editing has commenced!
Review: “The Cold Dish” by Craig Johnson, and A&E’s “Longmire”
Today I’m feelin’ generous, so it’s a two-fer. Two reviews in one post. Lucky you! I recently read Craig Johnson’s debut mystery novel “The Cold Dish“, which introduced his character Walter Longmire to readers everywhere. After finishing the book, I powered through the first season of A&E’s original series “Longmire“, which is based on theContinue reading “Review: “The Cold Dish” by Craig Johnson, and A&E’s “Longmire””