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Jun 25, 2016
Sometimes You Don’t Need an Explaination

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Jun 02, 2016
WISH I KNEW WHAT THIS MEANS

A few months ago, Joe Finder wrote a marvelous piece in the Algonkian Author Salon that he titled Thrillers to Learn From. In it Joe listed eighteen works of fiction by title and author in the thriller genre. All works the world knows well. Joe has very good taste as I’ve read most and those […]

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May 19, 2016
I WAS PRINCE’S LANDLORD Part 2

Tattle Tales Two of Five For you delightful readers, this is a continuation of the first blog about Prince and my experience renting him my Beverly Hills home. I looked up the definition of Purple after that first meeting with Prince. Purple is most associated with royalty, magic, mystery, and piety. Synonyms: Elaborate, Exaggerated, Ornate, Excessive, […]

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May 06, 2016
* PRINCE WAS A LANDLORDS DREAM *

I was Prince’s landlord when he lived in Beverly Hills. We had an interesting relationship. I will be posting on my blog some stories about things that we experienced together that I call Tattle Tales. If you are a fan of His Purpleness or if you remember when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and was […]

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May 05, 2016
* I WAS PRINCE’S LANDLORD *

I was Prince’s landlord when he lived in Beverly HIlls. We had an interesting relationship. I will be posting on my blog some stories about things that we experienced together that I call Tattle Tales. If you are a fan of His Purpleness or if you remember when he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and was then referred to […]

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May 05, 2016
I WAS PRINCE’S LANDLORD

Walter’s blog is about the joys and frustrations experienced in becoming a full-time fiction writer, and some observations of people and life along the way. Tattle Tales One of Five I’m surprised by the outpouring of emotions on losing Prince. I was not aware how significant Prince was to the music biz. Since Prince and I […]

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Oct 23, 2015
JUST LOOK AT WHAT IS IN MY IN-BOX

 I marvel at the Internet and how much more productive my research for my novels has become. Of course not everything posted there is true or accurate. One must be careful, but often the messages are for your health and well-being. Take such as my email in-box. This morning I did a quick review of […]

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Jul 28, 2015
Bet you didn’t know. . .

Walter’s blog is about the joys and frustrations experienced in becoming a full-time fiction writer, and some observations of people and life along the way. . . .that  Mosquitoes are attracted to people who just ate bananas. That is an interesting factoid (from Snapple) and it has nothing to do with this blog post! Writers need book reviews, […]

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Apr 25, 2015
PERCEPTION (Or who buttered your bread?)

It makes me mad when I find a publication that ignores indie publishers and authors.

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Nov 17, 2014
The Two Best Tools for Writers

Howdy! As you know, I have rewritten my last novel, The Tipping Point, 2nd edition and understand from my publisher that it will release in print and eBook formats on Dec 14th. This is a major rewrite and I expect great sales because I’ve signed with other distributors who have a much longer reach in […]

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