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Murder On The Pacific Ocean

Accidents on boats happen. When they occur at sea, things turn bad fast. It’s a dangerous world between the waves. If someone falls overboard, they can go missing and leave no trace. There are no witnesses to recount what actually occurred, and there isn’t even a body. Distance, drift, salt-water and sharks, often make one …

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Live On-Air Counselling For Teenagers and Parents Of Adolescents by Tony Brindell

It’s a challenging time for parents. How does society face those obstacles and raise resilient, confident teenagers without overstepping their teen’s personal and social boundaries? How do we keep the lines of communication open so our youngsters can make it to adulthood prepared for the journey that’s ahead of them? Tony Brindell specializes in teenage …

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Thinking Up A Title For Book

Considering What A Book’s Title Should Be Before Committing To Publishing It

Before SEETHINGS was finished, the novel tried on many other titles. That name didn’t appear until eight years later. During the book’s long development, alternates were applied to assist the author with writing its content. Few were considered to be permanent fixtures. None were planned to appear on any bookshelf. There are fair and good …

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Paper Orgasms two

Rewriting The Paper Orgasm

Literotica? Really? Aren’t you supposed to be writing thrillers Michael? Yes and yes. I write tease. Tease is transient. Sex, life, death — all can be written with tease. Tease is entertaining. It’s titillating. The trick is blending them the right way and making it work. Murder narratives often contain sex. Kissing is part of …

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