Monthly Archives: December 2012

Today’s the day it all begins…

Today, Dec. 30 – the eve of New Year’s Eve – is the day SAFE HARBOR opens: It was a little after four o’clock on the thirtieth day of December. The Bay Street and Wall Street stock markets had just closed, … Continue reading

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Homicide for the Holidays

Boxing Day today and I’m delighted to see that Canadian author Alison Bruce has included the Prologue to SAFE HARBOR in the Holiday Shorts story series she’s been running on her blog for the past week or so. That’s because … Continue reading

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How writers celebrate Christmas

It’s a week-and-a-half until Christmas and the Yuletide spirit is contagious. Just about everyone is in a festive mood. How do writers celebrate Christmas? They party with other writers — as Crime Writers of Canada’s Toronto members did this past … Continue reading

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Amazon Prime perks and December savings

Those of you who live in the U.S. or Britain and have a Prime membership on Amazon can borrow one ebook a month from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library – that’s 12 free books a year! You can choose from more than … Continue reading

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