The Character Has to Know You

“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” – Kahlil Gibran I went on a trip to Guatemala to discover the “writer’s life”. The kind where the author is a bestselling author, lives in a penthouse, and gets meal deliveries daily. While I was there this woman with disparate eyes (green and brown) asked me, why I … Continue reading The Character Has to Know You

St. 54

“‘Are you like a crazy person?’ – Evey ‘I am most certain they will say so.’ – V” – V for Vendetta The supposed pain filled her exposed skin and cooled the anger of her chest. She matted the unclaimed married woman off her lips.  One minute. That’s all she had. Taking her first victim, she choked the white threads that silenced her many times. … Continue reading St. 54

The Pretender: Book Review

Title: The Pretender: My Life Undercover for the FBI Author: Marc Ruskin Genre: Non-Fiction Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books Publication Date: 2017 Of all the tools available to law enforcement, the living, breathing undercoveroperative remains the gold standard. This is true in TV shows and in thereal world. In the era of electronic surveillance, UC work enforcesaccountability; it prevents mistakes, and of all the boots on … Continue reading The Pretender: Book Review