Monthly Archives: May 2012

Would You Leave Your Child to Play at a Park?

When you were a kid, how often did you hop on your bike and race down to the nearest playground with a group of your buddies from up and down the street?  How much of your play time was spent … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday Guest — Author Richard C Hale

I welcome today Author Richard C Hale with his Young Adult Thriller Frozen Past.  Let’s find out what makes him tick. * * * Synopsis: Luke is only fourteen. Eliana is his whole world and for a fourteen year old, … Continue reading

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When Your Child is a Sex Offender

How did you celebrate Mother’s Day this past weekend?  Did you call your mom or take her out to brunch?  If you are a mom, maybe you were treated to breakfast in bed or a beautiful bouquet of flowers.  Over … Continue reading

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Me, Myself and Hitchcock

I have lived most of my life in the Northern California area.  I find that I still enjoy the beautiful cities, towns, and various attractions every year.  California is a large state with vast climates of mountains, deserts, ocean, bay, … Continue reading

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13 Reasons to Read DARK MIND

It’s almost summer and I wanted to lighten things up a bit. One of my favorite beach memories was sitting on a deserted beach in Kauai a couple of years ago – it was what actually inspired my latest thriller … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday Guest — Author Robert Stanek

I welcome Author Robert Stanek today with this thrilling NSA novel, The Pieces of the Puzzle. * * * Book Synopsis: Scott Madison Evers is the son-in-law of the Chairman of the National Security Council. His wife is pregnant with … Continue reading

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Officers Face Evidence of Their Violence in a California Courtroom

As I’ve shared many times on this blog, I have had the honor of shadowing some amazing police officers and learning about the risks they face and the split-second decisions they must make all the time.  I have the highest … Continue reading

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