Just before Thanksgiving I found myself in an Outpatient waiting room reading a mystery on my Kindle Touch and awaiting the surgeon's report. Across from me in the spacious and quiet atrium was another woman waiting to hear news about her loved one's surgery. I noticed her because she had a fist … [Read more...] about Writing an Amazon Book Review
Archives for November 2012
I'm so happy the elections are over because now I don't curse every time my phone rings. I also grew tired of the political ads, and I don't even live in a swing state. I'm glad it's over but instead of sliding into Thanksgiving Day preparations there is another story breaking. No, it isn't a sex … [Read more...] about Thanksgiving, Sports, and Shopping? Why the hoopla?
Veterans Day traditionally falls on November 11th, except when it falls on Sunday. This year we're celebrating Veterans Day on Monday. I have a confession to make, I've never celebrated the holiday or the reason behind it. Not even when my son was commissioned in the Navy. Despite having a … [Read more...] about Veterans Day: How To Honor Those That Serve
I read an article back in September about a Nurse Practitioner, Patrick McMahon, filing charges against the organ donation network in New York. He claimed the network's staffers pressured hospital staff to declare patients brain dead, and that the network hired coaches to train hospital staffers in … [Read more...] about The Case of the Whistlebower versus Sherlock Holmes
As many of you know, my CoRo mystery, Body Wave, features a mystery wrapped around an incoming hurricane named Seraphina. Mobilians nickname Seraphina, the Fiend. Well, Sandy is a real life storm, nicknamed the Frankenstorm, and she's ruined Halloween for thousands of kids, … [Read more...] about Hurricanes and Halloween