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 on: October 19, 2018, 02:55:55 AM 
Started by Bob Mueller - Last post by thomasdown92
You can check out this site for some info on Psychology.

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 on: October 18, 2018, 06:56:57 AM 
Started by Bob Mueller - Last post by Bob Mueller
Welcome to MWF, thomasdown92! Take a moment and introduce yourself. What do you write? Are you published? Who is your favorite author?

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 on: October 09, 2018, 11:09:19 AM 
Started by MRThomas - Last post by MRThomas
Hi - I'm hoping to find a short story published in the Alfred Hitchcock Mystery
Magazine between 1976 and 1979 that had to do with
a lady who was driving through a Forest Preserve and picked up
a hitchhiker who was a man dressed as an old lady.  There
had been some murders in the area.  A motorcyclist
ran into them, but it wasn't apparent if he was working
alongside the hitchhiker.

I don't have a title or an author to go by.

Would anyone be able to help me in tracking down the particulars of this story?

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 on: October 09, 2018, 11:06:00 AM 
Started by Bob Mueller - Last post by Bob Mueller
Welcome to MWF, MRThomas! Take a moment and introduce yourself. What do you write? Are you published? Who is your favorite author?

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 on: October 07, 2018, 08:30:57 PM 
Started by Bob Mueller - Last post by Bob Mueller
Welcome to MWF, robertselkirkknox! Take a moment and introduce yourself. What do you write? Are you published? Who is your favorite author?

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 on: October 01, 2018, 09:10:29 PM 
Started by Bob Mueller - Last post by Bob Mueller
Sorry about the downtime. I'm still not sure what happened. I had a request in to support, and they never replied, but we're back.

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 on: September 24, 2018, 09:00:05 AM 
Started by Bob Mueller - Last post by Mrs Rowlf
Hi all

Thank you for the warm welcome  :)

So, I am currently unpublished, but am getting there slowly. My job meant that I didn't have time to actually sit down and think about what I wanted to really do. But two years ago I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to walk away from work (almost) completely.

I worked for 27 years in and around law enforcement in the UK. From New Scotland Yard to local police stations as a crime analyst specialising in serial rapes and murders. From there I went on to be a HM Customs officer again as an analyst but this time working on Class A drug importation into the UK. Spent some time working on telecommunications and mobile phone tracking with a few other bits and pieces thrown in for good measure!

Fast forward to now... Currently sat in rural France, typing this and hoping that the internet connection stays up long enough to post this response!

Favourite author - Ben Aaronovitch

Looking forward to getting involved and being part of your community.

MR xxxx

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 on: September 24, 2018, 08:43:49 AM 
Started by Bob Mueller - Last post by Bob Mueller
Welcome to MWF, Mrs Rowlf! Take a moment and introduce yourself. What do you write? Are you published? Who is your favorite author?

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 on: September 13, 2018, 10:05:31 AM 
Started by ReAnimusPress - Last post by ReAnimusPress
New from ReAnimus Press: PUSHBACK by John E. Stith



http://ReAnimus.com/1593?s=s1 (available in both ebook and paperback [$15.99])



Dave goes to his high school reunion for his very small school where he knew everyone... and nobody at the party was in his class, nor is he shown in the photo of everybody in the graduating class. He's brought his new girlfriend with him, who's understandably now wondering about if he's right in the head. He knows he is (PTSD notwithstanding) but he doesn't know what's up... or who shot holes in his car... Things turn even more deadly as someone seems to have it in for him, but he has no idea who or why.

"Some people dream about going to their high-school reunion in their underwear. Dave Barlow goes to his and finds himself worse than naked--unrecognized. A lovely, twisty thriller that moves like a roller coaster--ratcheting up the suspense, then plunging into crisis, or doing a swift loop-the-loop through the flashbacks of PTSD before the climb starts again."
Diana Gabaldon, New York Times bestselling author of Outlander

About the Author

John E. Stith is the award-winning author of multiple science-fiction novels such as Manhattan Transfer and Redshift Rendezvous, many with a strong mystery component. Deep Quarry, a private eye novel set on a distant planet, won the Colorado Authors' League Top Hand Award. Death Tolls, set on Mars, won another Top Hand Award. His Nick Naught private eye stories from Analog are collected in All for Naught.

Stith's work includes best sellers, a Nebula Award finalist, a Seiun Award finalist, a La Tour Eiffel Science Fiction Book Prize finalist, HOMer Award winners, and Science Fiction Book Club selections.

His work has also appeared on the New York Public Library Best Books for Young Adults list, Science Fiction Chronicle's List of Year's Best Novels, and the yearly Locus Recommended Reading Lists.

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 on: September 08, 2018, 12:48:13 PM 
Started by Bob Mueller - Last post by Bob Mueller
Welcome to MWF, ChrisG! Take a moment and introduce yourself. What do you write? Are you published? Who is your favorite author?

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