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Jordan Dane @JordanDane When this post is released on TKZ in the wee hours of the morning, my brisket will be cooking low and slow all night and waiting to be swaddled in heavy foil. I’m praying for a crispy …
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Kill Zone by Laura Benedict - 2d ago
    Dearest Readers, Step into the Kill Zone Critique Parlor, where today’s Brave Author has a tragic tale to tell. Pull up a tuffet, and buckle up. I have Thoughts.   ALEXA Tom’s death changed everything. I sat in …
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Kill Zone by Debbie Burke - 2d ago
by Debbie Burke @burke_writer Today, please welcome a brave Anonymous Author with a story entitled Freets. FREETS By – ONE The coffin was nearly ready. Andy Turbett knuckled sweat off his brow and stepped back to get a good look …
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Kill Zone by Clare Langley-hawthorne - 3d ago
For today’s blog post, I thought I’d give a brief update on my police citizen’s academy program as we just completed two sessions focusing on the detectives. As far as  research goes, it was a fascinating study in contrasts. We …
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Kill Zone by James Scott Bell - 5d ago
by James Scott Bell @jamesscottbell No, I’m not telling the ungrammatical to take a hike. But I am saying that without a basic understanding of certain rules of our language, your thoughts will be in danger of getting lost on …
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Kill Zone by Mark Alpert - 6d ago
By Mark Alpert After I read an interesting novel, I like to devote some time to thinking about it, contemplating what I liked about the book, what I didn’t like, which characters were the most intriguing, and which plot twists …
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Which of your books, past or present, turned out to be the biggest challenge for you? Share what made it harder to write and what you learned from the experience.
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By SUE COLETTA When we first begin our writing journey, our dreams often overshadow the realities of working as a professional writer. Which publishing path we chose (self-publishing or traditional) doesn’t make a difference. The products we produce do. For …
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Kill Zone by John Gilstrap - 1w ago
By John Gilstrap Last week, I received this [very] brief email from Bobby, a viewer of my YouTube channel: “can you make a future video on how you write scenes and the length they sometimes are?” I responded to him …
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By PJ Parrish Good morning crime dogs. Today, for our First Pager we’re back in the land of the young again, this time with a five-year-old as our tour guide. I’ll let you take a read and then we’ll regather …
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