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May 19, 2020

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​Since you have opened my newsletter, it's safe to say that you probably have already subscribed (thank you!).  However, if you haven't or if you know a friend or family member who would enjoy reading it, please share.  Now through June 1, any new subscribers to my newsletter are automatically entered to win all four books in the Alexa Williams suspense series.

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Only new subscribers qualify. Contest ends 06/01/2020. One winner will be randomly chosen and announced on 06/02/2020. Must live in the continental U.S. and be 18 years or older.

May 12, 2020

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​The Alexa Willliams suspense series was featured on the Sunbury Press blog earlier this year, but I didn't catch it as I was away. It's a nice summary of the series. If you're an Alexa fan, please share with your friends. 

!Read Sunbury's blog post here.

April 14, 2020

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Thanks for everyone who downloaded your free copy of Dead of Autumn Easter weekend. It was the #1 most downloaded book in Sunbury's Easter eBook Giveaway.  If you liked Dead of Autumn, try the other four books in the Alexa Williams suspense series. They are also available in Kindle version on Amazon or in print wherever books are sold/ordered.

April 10, 2020

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A few days ago, I re-read T.S. Eliot's poem, The Wasteland, which opens with the line:


"April is the cruellest month." 

Eliot wrote his classic of modernist poetry in the aftermath of World War I, when Europe and America were reeling from death and destruction. I fear that Eliot's words may again be all too apt for the April we're facing today -- although the battle is against an enemy that's unseen until after it attacks. I take hope from the fact that, when Eliot wrote The Wasteland, the world had survived. Battered and weary, but carrying on. And, the world will again survive Covid-19, despite devastating loss of life and an economic toll that will be felt far into the future.

During the rainy days ahead, both in Apr...

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