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Call the Doctor*

Among the many changes we’ve seen in the world of medicine in the last 100 years is what many people call the demise of the house call. 1,172 more words

Agatha Christie

Monday Motivation: Satisfying our consumers’ needs

Purists insist that market research plays, and should play, no role in writing a book.

This despite a welter of evidence that suggests that writers everywhere, and across the centuries, have paid quite strict attention to what their markets demands. 721 more words

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Cell ... a review

Robin Cook has been my go to man for fast-paced, enjoyable, thrilling medical novels. For the last 15 years! Yes, you read that right… I read my first Cook when I was ten, and I have never looked back. 287 more words

In Between 'heavy' Books

February 28 in history

20 BC coronation ceremony of Liu Bang as Emperor Gaozu of Han takes place, initiating four centuries of the Han Dynasty‘s rule over China. 772 more words


I Needed One More Fare to Make My Night*

Depending on where you live and your lifestyle, you may or may not take taxis very often. There are some cities where taking a taxi is easier than driving your own car, even if you have one; and of course, it’s far safer to take a cab if you’re having a night out drinking than it is to drive. 1,545 more words

Agatha Christie

When the Walls Come Tumblin' Down*

There are certain ‘watershed’ moments in time that change everything. They force a sort of paradigm shift that’s thrilling and exhilarating, but at the same time can be nerve-wracking. 1,439 more words



TGIF!! Okay this is why I love posting on fridays. I love being part of your ‘groovy’ night. Aha… maybe I should’ve put up something sizzling. 718 more words