Crime Doesn’t Pay … Enough. (MWA-Ha-Ha!)
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”Crime doesn’t pay…enough” is the motto of Mystery Writers of America (MWA), an organization I joined after the publication of my debut mystery-adventure novel, THE ANTIQUITIES HUNTER (from Pegasus Crime).  The first thing I discovered about MWA was that it … Continue reading

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The Rambling Writer Explores More Greek Islands, Part 20: Kos Town

Join Thor and me as we wander the charming harbor town of Kos, where history and natural beauty flourish. NOTE: Since our recent trip to Greece to research more settings for my novel-in-progress, THE ARIADNE DISCONNECT, Thor and I knew … Continue reading

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Windows into the Past: Fossils and Star Relics

Here’s a collection of recent science stories that deepen our understanding of the past, both here on Earth and in the heavens. ‘Treasure trove’ of dinosaur footprints found in southern England More than 85 well-preserved dinosaur footprints — made by … Continue reading

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Scientific Wonders, July 2018 edition

A potpourri of nifty discoveries to remind us, in the midst of so much political anguish, what an amazing universe we live in. Baby Snake That Lived Among Dinosaurs Found Preserved in Amber   Using uranium-lead dating, a research team … Continue reading

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