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Writers Who Kill · 1d ago

Reflections on Ferguson, Missouri: Three Years Later by Warren Bull

Reflections on Ferguson, Missouri: Three Years Later by Warren BullPlease consult the Huffington Post, Atlantic Magazine and ThinkProgress for additional information.
Writers Who Kill · 2d ago


This past week I started my tenth book. My books go by the month and since my first one was in June, this one is March – Daffodils in March. Although I keep my main characters, Catherine Jewell and Police Chief John MacDougal and many others are in ...
Writers Who Kill · 3d ago

An Interview with Earl Javorsky by E. B. Davis

Writers Who Kill · 4d ago

A Visit to Salem, Massachusetts

Writers Who Kill · 5d ago

Following a Character into a Book

by Linda RodriguezLately, I’ve been intensely writing a new book. That’s a fairly common t...
Writers Who Kill · 6d ago

Buckle Up: National Teen Driver Safety Week

By Julie TollefsonJust after midnight on February 4, a Saturday, my husband’s phone rang. At first, he ignored it because he didn’t recognize the number. But then the caller tried again and again. On the third time, he picked up, and we stepped into ...
Writers Who Kill · 1w ago

Thinking Through Self-Publishing by Elaine L. Orr

Writers Who Kill · 1W ago

Revisiting Rosa Parks by Warren Bull

Revisiting Rosa Parks by Warren BullImage from The GuardianRosa Parks is sometimes viewed as the tired seamstress who happened to refuse to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus in D...
Writers Who Kill · 1W ago

The Opioid Problem

The opioid problem is bad in the state of Ohio. Several weeks ago it was featured on 60 Minutes as one of four states with the worse problems.  I know it is quite bad in Trumbull County, the...
Writers Who Kill · 1W ago

Marilyn Levinson/Allison Brook Interview by E. B. Davis

Death Overdue Carrie Singleton is just about done with Clover Ridge, Connecticut until she’s offered a job as the head of programs and events at