A look at the spree murders of "kill for thrill" duo John Lesko and Michael Travaglia.
Ciao, amici. I know... it feels like forever since we chatted. Sorry about that. There were some things I needed to deal with, some changes I needed to make. I started reading and liking posts this week. Boy, I missed you all so much! Starting Monday, I intend to start commenting, too. The plan is... Continue Reading →
Ciao, amici. I know I just started a new blogging schedule, but something has come up that's going to require my full-time attention for the foreseeable future. I'm going to be offline for a while, and I'm not sure when I'll be back. I'm sorry I'll be absent and I'll miss chatting with all of... Continue Reading →
Ciao, amici! How was your week? After one of the worst migraines I've had in years left me locked in a dark bedroom most of the weekend (when I had planned to write, darn it), I started catching up on missed messages early Monday morning. I had missed not one editing project, but two. And... Continue Reading →
Today science fiction/science fact topic is wormholes. You may know them as Einstein-Rosen bridges. Marvel fans (or mythology fans) know the term bifröst, or the rainbow bridge. Their earliest name was white holes. Wormholes form a shortcut across vast distances in space.
Ciao, amici. The random word generator gave me some really good options this week. I settled on the word PATHETIC. I haven't released the title and cover of book 3 yet, so I can't tell you anything more than this excerpt is from the third Astral Conspiracy Series book in the Invasion Universe. Without further... Continue Reading →
Ciao, amici. Sleepless nights lend themselves to reading. I've got a list of books for you today. True Crime Book: Fatal Charm: The Shocking True Story of Serial Wife Killer Randy Roth https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B074PHN8L8&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_KdztDbNPWHFMK ★★★★☆ A No-Frills Account of A Killer This was a fascinating look at the life of Randy Roth and the unfortunate people... Continue Reading →
H.H. Holmes was a con man and serial killer. Born Herman Webster Mudgett, he changed his name to Henry Howard Holmes in an effort to avoid arrest for a slew of crimes (including grifting and insurance fraud). Holmes moved to Chicago before they hosted the World's Fair in 1893, and he bought and remodeled a building---three stories tall and a block long---which he named the World's Fair Hotel.
Ciao, amici! How was your week? Mine was a little bumpy, but that seems to be the case for many of my friends. Like my grandma would say, there must be something in the water. I hope your week was better than mine. My days alternated between scrambling in a hurry and waiting impatiently. I... Continue Reading →