In which I would rather be wrapped Than this one: 8pm on a Saturday Sitting at my writing-corner Comfortable in a closet of organised mess Leather of the reading-chair cracked in places The cellphone sleeping A pen poised In it I get to think About the evening fog draped In folds from trees Leaves falling […] … Continue reading There is no scene — To Dad With Love Poetry
Anne Clare, The Naptime Author, was kind enough to allow me to steal this article off her site, so Pacific Paratrooper could deliver a sweetheart of a post! Please go visit her and enjoy her other historical posts! Does your family own any jewelry from World War II? Curator Kathleen Golden shares a few […]Here's another … Continue reading Home Front – WWII Sweetheart Jewelry — Pacific Paratrooper
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From the Crew Archives: Joe Guns, Frankie Fist, Tony, Sal the Suit, Dino Dogs, Chef Boy Ar Dee. Copyright © 2019 Bookemjano – All rights reserved For more Mob Haiku, please see Pasta La Vista, Baby: Mob Haiku to Die For, and More Pasta: A Second Helping of Mob Haiku to Die For, and other … Continue reading Mob Haiku: The Usual Suspects — Book ‘Em, Jan O
The Black Book by James Patterson is a must read for everyone who, like me, loves a great Whodunit/Mystery/Seat of Your Pants Thriller.
Another excellent edition, in my opinion, one of James Patterson's best mystery series.
Renee Ballard is a great character and shows that Connelly can impressively create a relatable female detective cut from the same cloth as Bosch his famous and my favorite "hard-boiled" detective.
As I’ve mentioned in earlier posts, I’m getting ready to release my second collection of stories soon. This week’s story was one that I wrote at the urging of a marketing person I was working with at the time. It was Christmas time and he convinced me that writing a holiday-themed short story that included […] … Continue reading Reflecting on my early work: A fourth short story — Author Don Massenzio
Here is a great article that explains gunshots and silencers we see in books and movies.
Another great Mickey Haller book with a cameo from my favorite detective, Harry Bosch, his half-brother.