October 31, 2015

 

“What is an American doing here honoring a British nurse?”

The question took me by surprise. It was 2005. I was standing by the gravesite of Edith Cavell at the 90th memorial service honoring her at the Cathedral in Norwich where she is buried. A small group gathered a...

August 14, 2015

 My publisher never calls me unless it is as important as a call from Stephen Spielberg telling her he wants to make by book into a movie. She prefers to use email. So I was surprised to hear her voice when I picked up the phone. “You just won the Midwest Independent P...

April 9, 2015

Trudy is a nurse who works in an in-patient psychiatric facility. During her shift, she was attacked twice from behind by a male professional kick-boxer. He also kicked a pregnant patient and attacked two of the other nurses. Trudy found them on the floor severely inju...

December 26, 2014

 

I recently was invited to a book club to discuss my book. I love visiting the book clubs because that’s where I hear directly from my readers and they get a chance to discuss their thoughts and questions with me. I’ve been to dozens of book clubs so I pretty much know...

September 13, 2014

How does that saying go? Something about lessons not learned in the past are doomed to be repeated? It’s happened again. Two American journalists were executed by a group of terrorists trying to build their own national status. Their excuse was to avenge the American a...

April 10, 2014

 

Every book presentation that I give is different. There are some presentations that are given to an audience who remains in a dead silence throughout the talk. They seem to feel it is undignified to show much emotion. I can usually loosen them up. There are other pres...

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