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Lee Child Personal

Lee Child’s Personal New Thriller Released Today

LET’S GET PERSONAL WITH  LEE CHILD, SHALL WE? Personally, I look up to Lee Child (In more ways than one! The dude’s a foot taller than me! See photo below.) He writes riveting stories, he’s a great friend, and, of course, Jack Reacher is the source material for my Hunt for Jack Reacher series, which I write […]

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Night Vision

Who Says We Only Have 5 Senses?

You know what the traditional five senses are: sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch. So what sense is FBI Special Agent Carlos Gaspar using when, in Jack in the Green, we learn: “It was his sixth sense that rankled.” -Jack in the Green At the time, Gaspar is arriving at Tampa’s MacDill Air Force Base […]

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J. Carson Black Flight 12

Flight 12: Book #2 Available Now!

J. Carson Black is NOW BOARDING Flight 12!   Flight 12 is the revolutionary new project from the New York Times Best Selling Authors who brought you the hugely successful Deadly Dozen. We call ourselves The Twelve. J. Carson Black’s Flight 12: A Laura Cardinal Thriller is available NOW. Who is Laura Cardinal? -You loved her in […]

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Cash

Money Stashers

How much cash do you have on hand? According to the U.S. Federal Reserve, approximately $1.28 trillion dollars in cash are in circulation in the United States. Most of that is in Federal Reserve notes. One economist estimates that there’s enough cash in circulation for every American to have about $1,300.  Do you have that much […]

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Florida Cartoon Map

What You Don’t See At Disney

I saw this cartoon the other day and it made me laugh. As a Florida snow bird, it’s fun to see the state from an outsider’s viewpoint. Look at central Florida on the map. Theme parks fill the whole thing! But there’s more to central Florida than Disney World. I know. It looks like a […]

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Palm Tree

Florida Fiction & Fantasy

Once upon a time in a galaxy far away, I lived in the land of the frozen tundra. Which is to say Detroit. Where the weak are killed and eaten. Where a twenty-six mile commute can take three hours to get to work and another three to get home. Where the entire month of February […]

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Flight 12 Raffle

Saturday Special: Did Somebody Say Prizes?

In the past week, there was one day that was very special for the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling group of authors called The Twelve. I’ll give you 12 guesses which day was the special one. If you guessed May 12th, you’re correct! On Monday, May 12th, The Twelve launched Flight 12! That tops this […]

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Saturday Special: The Need For Speed

It’s mid-May, and paces are shifting. “Hurry up and slow down” seems to be the mantra people around me are observing. Recent college graduates are scurrying to move to their next destination and begin a new life. High school students and teachers are frantic to finish finals so they can have summer break. Others are […]

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Jack in the Green Inn

Saturday Special: New Release Week!

This is a week I’ve been waiting to experience with you for a long time. It’s Jack in the Green Release Week!!! In today’s Saturday Special, 5 fun facts about Jack in the Green: 1. The first public hint about the content of the book was dropped on January 20, 2014. In this article by […]

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Saturday Special: April Showers Bring…?

You know how the saying goes. April showers bring May flowers. That may be true, but look what else April showers bring: Beautiful sunsets! Can you imagine being a passenger in that plane on the left, flying through that stunning evening sky? What a treat! This sunset happened after a full day of storms in […]

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