Evolution Device, a story of music fueled by magic: a rock god who fears his power; a muse who's losing her power; a guitar with power of her own. Haven't you ever wondered just why those guitarists always turned to heroin?
I am obsessed with this idea and the way it was phrased; I used to think I needed to “first get good enough” to write a thing, and instead I’m now trying to embrace the idea that the act of attempting is precisely what makes you get good enough. https://t.co/G8twn4zoPC
NYC Mayoral Frontrunner Eric Adams: “With new technology you don’t need school children to be in a school building with a number of teachers. It’s just the opposite. You could have one teacher teach 300-400 students.” https://t.co/elaChcS1oV
I've noticed an odd thing that I've never heard anyone talk about. When I've copied but not yet pasted, there's a little part of my brain that stays aware of that fact. When I next go to copy something my brains says NO! NOT YET! Good ol' brain has saved me plenty of times.
In North Carolina, this principal stood at the podium on Graduation Day.
Instead of just a speech, he performed Whitney's "I Will Always Love You" to the entire graduating class.
Warning — It's the best seventy seconds you'll spend today...
I'm beginning to think that if a woman's of a certain age and wears her hair long/straight, then they're Trumpers. And isn't that the rub, since half a century ago they'd be women totally against the system. https://t.co/ZqAwwhEH5o
At the Maricopa Fraudit today, they are clearing out tables now to bring in the ‘Kinematic Artifact Detection’ scanners to search for bamboo and other suspicious things in the paper. 🙄 https://t.co/jy6RvwxoDk
Thank you to all who retweeted my #PitMad tweets today. I don't think agents who're looking for crime novels are particularly active on Twitter -- or at least that's how I'm choosing to look at it. Meanwhile, I'll continue to query the old fashioned way, one by one.
#PitMad#A#M#S When a man's murder is made to look like federally protected Mexican wolves did it, Deputy Jessie Torres must use her forensic veterinary skills to find out who is using the animals as a tool for greed and revenge or her family will become the next victims.
They say write what you know but while using personal experience can make for powerful writing, it can also open wounds that are scabbed over but in no way healed. So the question for you then is how much pain are you willing to endure for the sake of writing?
Environmentalism warped by greed. Ecoterrorism a foil for personal revenge. An endangered species weaponized.
Deputy Jessie Torres (a female Joe Picket with a Walt Longmire her boss in NM) must find answers before the people she loves become the next victims.
Good intentions twisted into weapons
Exploitation of a protected species
Ecoterrorism abandoned for revenge
Murder in the isolated high country of New Mexico
🐾 Sometimes green is blood red 🐾