Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bully Attack on Autistic Victim

There has been a court case that has, or should have, England up in arms. A three teens who attacked and tortured an autistic youth were tried and convicted. The judge called the defendants’ actions grotesque, and then sentenced them … Continue reading

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Part 6 of Life on the Left Side of the Fast Lane

Usman, Kubla Kahn’s son, has been kidnapped. Ron Cooper pays a visit to Mr. Kahn’s factory as a consulting engineer, but his real mission is to help find Usman. We also learn that Mr. Kahn is being blackmailed over product … Continue reading

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New Book

I met an author from Australia in an on line writer’s group. Rosanne Dingli writes from Western Australia. She has just released a book on Amazon.com with the title According to Luke. I have had the opportunity to preview the … Continue reading

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The Shagy Dog Has a Personality

Good stories require strong characters. Authors use personalities to develop characters. Thus when inspired to write stories about Rocky and Bullwinkle, I simply wrote about the personalities of our two pets. (See the postings: Where do Hairy Dog Stories Come … Continue reading

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Legislative Anarchy

Anarchy is defined as a state of society without government or law and also as a lawlessness or political and social disorder due to the absence of governmental control. We are in danger of anarchy in the United States. Usually … Continue reading

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