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The Disappearing Frying Pan by Clayton Clifford Bye | The Write Room Blog

The Disappearing Frying Pan by Clayton Clifford Bye | The Write Room Blog | Water the mind - READ | Scoop.it

The young pilot who picked him up at dawn hit the tops of the trees with his pontoons during take-off, grinning from ear to ear all the while. Not that Mike Money really minded. After a night at Webequie he was happy to see anyone. The place bothered him. He was pretty sure it was haunted...


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A well crafted story. Even if it is fictional, it accurately depicts how such an event would have played out.

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Front Row Center: Cynthia B. Ainsworthe: 9780980245905: Amazon.com: Books

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Their attraction was electric. Their affair explosive. And their love devastating to those around them.
Despite being happily married, Taylor Allen found herself deeply attracted to singing legend and eligible bachelor Larry Davis. But, it remained a simple infatuation until she finds herself in the front row, center seat, at one of his most anticipated concerts. Their eyes meet and electricity arcs between them like a summer lightening storm. But, living a fantasy that millions of women dream of could come at a steep price."

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Read the terrific 5-star reviews on Front Row Center by Cynthia B. Ainsworthe!

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The Case of an Ape Gone Berserk: an “I Was There Mystery” by James L. Secor, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Q.P.Q. | The Write Room Blog

The Case of an Ape Gone Berserk: an “I Was There Mystery” by James L. Secor, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Q.P.Q. | The Write Room Blog | Water the mind - READ | Scoop.it

Any PI just out of school could have solved this case but it came to me because the Zoo was my territory. Perhaps this was because of my circus background. I don’t know. It doesn’t matter. I was there. I had a job to do.


I was called about 6 PM. I was just sitting down to a nice TV dinner, beef bourgoyne with mashed potatoes and gravy, and a can of Hamm’s Special Light Lager when the phone rang. Damn! I thought. Just when Dialing For Dollars was getting exciting. I reached over to the end table and picked up the phone, a red Nextel I took off my belt when I got home. As always.

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As one author put it...absurd but entertaining. I have to agree! Check it out for yourself...

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