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What we can learn from the Onion Festival

It’s the fourth weekend of November. It’s around this time of year that many of us try to strike the balance between rushing head first into the holidays and slowing down and enjoying the moment. I’m leaning on the latter of the two options – at least this year. Below is a list of some […]

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Name Your Favorite Underdog for a Prize!

I was thinking lately about some themes that all my books have in common (besides the mystery/thriller element of course!) and came to the conclusion that all my books are, in some way, about the underdog prevailing. In the Hunt for Jack Reacher books, the idea is that Jack Reacher is HUGE and FBI Special […]

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Michele Scott Flight 12

Evie Preston has a difficult decision…

I’m excited to announce that the latest Flight 12 book is out today!!! In case you’ve lost count, this is number seven in the series — though they need not be read in any particular order. In Michele Scott’s Flight 12: An Evie Preston Thriller… Evie Preston has the most difficult decision of her life […]

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Unlucky 7

Seven Tales of Murder in Small Towns

7 tales of murder in small towns. A new Willa Carson mystery. Limited time. 99 cents. It all sounds too spine-tingling to be true, doesn’t it??? Well, that’s the description of Unlucky 7, the new mystery anthology released TODAY!!! My contribution to this anthology is the NEW WILLA CARSON MYSTERY Cold Justice A killer targets Judge Willa Carson […]

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Quill and Scroll

How to celebrate National Authors Day!

Happy National Authors Day! Yes, today is the first day of November. So, happy November! But it’s also National Authors Day. National Authors Day is said to have started in 1968 as a way to “brighten up the sometimes lonely business of being a writer.” You can read more about it here. This weekend, let’s take […]

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False Truth Part One

NEW SERIAL stars Jordan Fox, TV News Rookie

Jordan Fox is the star of my exciting new New Adult serial novels written with journalism insider and debut author Beth Dexter. We’re so excited to introduce Jordan Fox to you that the first book in this new serial is FREE for a limited time only! (See links to download FREE below!) Life’s stories don’t actually […]

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Jack in the Green Audio

Scary noises caught on camera…

This summer I found myself smack in the middle of a major thunderstorm with a camera in hand. The video is so scary, I’ve been saving it to show you for Halloween. (Turn your audio on!) Pretty scary, huh? Speaking of spooky sounds, I wanted to let you know that lots of my books are […]

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Researcher working with the Ebola virus

Ebola vaccine? Pure fiction.

For now, an Ebola vaccine is pure fiction. There are experimental drugs, but no vaccines or medicines. Three vaccines are in development. Still, according to the CDC, an Ebola vaccine is likely at least a year away from heading to trial stages. Treatments that can improve the chance of survival do exist, including administering IV fluids, […]

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Vincent Zandri

Newest Flight 12 Book Available Now!

Do you know Vincent Zandri? If the name sounds familiar, it’s because he’s one of The Twelve. I bring him up today because he’s the latest member of The Twelve to release a Flight 12 thriller. In Flight 12: A Dick Moonlight PI Thriller, the “head-case” detective tries to escape Albany, NY and the memory […]

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I Heart Chicago

10 Reasons To Visit Chicago

No, the city of Chicago isn’t paying me to write this blog post. It’s just that I’m going through a bit of Midwest withdrawal, as I recently left my summer home in Michigan and flew back to Florida, snowbird that I am. Maybe blogging about one of my favorite cities in the Midwest — Chicago, […]

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