Most often, stories that seem too amazing, too strange, too, well just too too, are the most real stories in our lives.
I know that’s the case for me.
I write fictional novels, because many would find events in my life just too unbelievable. Yet, when we all look deep into some of our experiences, aren’t they too wild for fiction?
Mark Twain hit the mark (!) when he declared: “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.”
SO HERE’S THE TRUTH. (From last week’s post True…? or False?) Continue reading →
Here’s a “game” I dare you to play with me. Read the three small stories, below. Two of them are true. One is false. In the comment section, guess which one is the False story (and the reason you think it never happened). The one with the right answer and the most clever reason of why the story must be false, wins a copy of my romantic thriller, The Right Wrong Man, in paperback. (Thank you, Vanessa-Jane Chapman, for the idea!) Continue reading →
A wish, a craving, a yearning, a passionate need. What’s your desire?
I have many, but one of my aspirations is that you read and enjoy my e-book that’s driven by desire.
Twin Desires is romantic suspense that intertwines a web of murder, deceit, and intrigue. All spurred by desire, which creates:
All of these emotions lead to a desire for good, or for bad.
For good, I’m making Twin Desires available on Kindle for a 75% reduction – only 99 cents – from Monday, January 19 (starting at 1 p.m. EST) through Thursday, January 22.
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