Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Latest Goodreads Review

This book blew me away (no pun intended)!! It was so different from anything I've ever read before, and the last 1/3 of it kept me on the edge of my seat, unable to put it down, until I finished it!! Winning this book from Goodreads has had no bearing on my review whatsoever.

Four Daughters

This just in. Four Daughters Book Club gathering. I'll be there come hell or high water. Thanks for having me.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

So what in the hell do seat belts, and the story . . . Brand of Justice have in common?

Hey . . . I put my heart and soul into this story. It had to be told. We all can benefit from equalizing the playing field when positions of authority spring into our life. We are all becoming aware of false arrests, police misconduct, scandals, overcharging and finally . . . false convictions. This story is available in many libraries, at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Book World. If you buckle up to stay physically safe . . . shouldn't you consider information to keep your liberties safe? 

Tattoo Idea!

Monday, April 14, 2014

Barnes and Noble

Barnes and Noble now is offering Brand of Justice Paperbacks for your reading adventure . . . B&N

Friday, April 11, 2014

Los Angeles County Deputies accidentally shoot two . . . 'Police Perils'

Everyday, the headlines validate the many reasons why I wrote my stories. So sad . . . but 'Police Perils' are alive and well. It's an issue that can confront anyone of us. If these guys would have dashed out of the residence with hands up the outcome would have been different. Ya gotta feel for the dead and injured guys. Ya gotta feel for the deputies also. How'd you like to live with this on your conscious?

Deputies' accidental killing of aspiring TV producer 'very tragic'

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Sorting through this Crazy thing called Humanity

Many thanks go out to you folks who are following my blog and website. Google advised this morning that they've had 66,364 hits. Many thanks and keep the energy, thoughts and concerns headed my way as we sort through this crazy thing called humanity.

Finally escaped the coats, sweaters, hats . . . and the deck door is open for business.