Birth vs Battle by David Corbett suggests that conflict ain’t everything in a story.
The Cyber Exchange Principle from the Writer’s Forensic Blog explains the Locard Exchange – the basis for using forensic evidence in crime detection.
An Almost Perfect Murder by Sue Coletta. Fascinating case study of a surgeon who almost got away with murder.
11 Tips to help you build your online community by Cat Michaels provides sage advice for building your platform.
Do You Know Where Your ISBNs Are? by Joel Friedlander, is a good nuts and bolts on ISBNs plus a free download.
How to write a great love scene by Jessi Rita Hoffaman, provides some great tips on avoiding the schmaltz and getting to the gold in a love scene.
Who really killed JonBenet Ramsey by Garry Rodgers is an in depth analysis of the case and who the likely killer was of this sweet little girl.
Just for fun – I guess the shelf life for Shades has reached critical mass
And for laughs: Jimmy Fallon does a helluva Trump impression and this made me laugh out loud.
And just to get your week starting off right a little music.
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Just when you thought that the whole 50 Shades debacle can’t get any worse … the books can’t even be recycled?! So all those trees really did die in vain 😦 How very tragic.
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I know what you mean, Ramona. I have to admit, I had a pretty good laugh, seeing all those copies of Shades. I guess getting your freak on via literary means isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. 😀