SERIOUSLY, WHAT IS GOING ON TODAY?!?
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My Gate Keeper
“Sheila, hold all calls. I’m not available,” I said.
“Yes, Dr. Lynn,” She said.
I stared at the check. It was there, big as life, $10,000. Not enough to even get started for Klondike, but enough to keep the lights on for another thirty days. I was going to have to give it back. I hadn’t even wanted it by the time he had passed it over. But there it was and there was no way I could simply ignore it. Hell, half of it would at least give me enough time to breathe. But it would mean dealing with Klondike and there was no deal in that.
The intercom erupted and I answered it. “Yes, Sheila?”
“No, JJ,” the voice on the phone said. Read more »
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Cusper Lynn’s Revelation
The earliest I can remember being informed that I was going to hell was about age six. That pronouncement came from another six year old who explained that I was going to hell because I didn’t go to their church, believe in their God, and confess my sins to their minister. Prior to that time in my life most discussions about hell were as an option; a place where bad boys, liars and people who picked their noses and chewed their food with their mouths open went. Read more »
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Klondike Cab Callahan
There are times when surviving a minute is an accomplishment. Then there are those times when surviving an hour is a victory. If you string together twenty-four of those hours, you have what my days have been like. At this moment, I am counting off seconds and considering every second that I don’t reach across the desk and strangle my “potential”client a victory. Read more »
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Is Facebook Killing Organic Communications?
Anyone who knows me knows I have ambivalent feelings about Facebook. If you are unfamiliar with my views see the novel here (click here) or search my blog. Recently, several author friends have taken to Facebook to complain about Facebook’s changes in its newsfeed. The allegations ran from being blocked from over fifty percent of their fan base, to having friends’ posts delayed or never delivered at all. How much of this was legitimate and how much of this was hyperbole I had no idea. Facebook has been a platform for widespread misinformation on so many topics – from dead Seinfeld actors to finding missing flight MH370 passengers alive – that I decided to look into for myself. Read more »
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