The science news I’m about to tell you about is really, really bad news for criminals who haven’t been caught yet. Imagine there was a break-in at your home, and all the burglar left behind was a drop of blood. Scientists are now fine-tuning technology that would allow them to create a computer-constructed image of the […]
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Take a look at these 2 images. One is a bug, and one is a mechanical flying drone with a camera. Can you tell which is which? Maybe you could. But if you weren’t looking for the differences, you may have been fooled. The one with the camera (the one on the right) is called […]
Key West holds a Key Lime Festival every year. How did we miss this?! This year it’s July 2-4, 2016… but I wonder if it’s too early to sign up for next year?! As a snowbird, I spend much of the year in Florida, which means I’ve taken my fair share of trips to Key […]
I’ve written several times about real life homes of famous authors: Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, to name a couple. But there’s another author who is famous for his home… You know who I’m talking about, right? The home is in Key West, and the writer is Ernest Hemingway. The novelist was born in […]
Momentum is a powerful thing, isn’t it? Momentum can motivate you to clean the whole house rather than just the kitchen, it can cause a team to lose a game, or it can physically propel one misguided car into another one, setting the stage for a really crappy week. But did you know you have […]
I’ve done a lot of research on the topic of DNA as a mystery and thriller writer, and because of my background as an attorney. Just when you think you know everything a writer needs to know about DNA, you find another fascinating morsel. Let me preface by saying that DNA can be unreliable. In my […]
If you’re an avid reader, you’re probably familiar with the struggles associated with reading outside. The glare from the sun on the screen of the e-reader, the book’s pages getting wet while you’re floating around the pool, the eye exhaustion from squinting…the list goes on. That’s why it’s not surprising that a Floridian invented Coppertone […]
So I read recently that genes determine how you process coffee. Without even glancing at my family tree, I can tell you that my ancestors must have DEVOURED coffee because I’ve got a serious penchant for it. Besides just plain liking or not liking the taste of it, genes determine how we process coffee/caffeine. For […]
I’m thrilled to share the news with you that Jack and Joe is officially the winner of an IPPY Award What is an IPPY Award? The 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards are presented to the year’s best titles in independent publishing. Jack and Joe received the Silver Medal in the category of Best Mystery/Thriller eBook. The Independent […]
Do you love reading so much it makes you want to dance in the streets with a good book? If so, then I hope you’re joining us in celebrating May: National Get Caught Reading Month! We’re giving away a prize on my blog every Saturday this month to celebrate. This week, the prize is any one of […]
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- Bad News For Criminals Who Left DNA Behind
- Happy 100th Birthday, John D. MacDonald!
- Why #BookLovers Should Clean for 15 Minutes
- Reflections from my trip to NYC for ThrillerFest
- We Couldn’t Wait Any Longer- Grab Sneak Peek of New Thriller!
- Creative Ways People Are Using Drones