Not the End, but the Beginning

Along with writing books, I frequently freelance for magazines and newspapers including the New York Times Proof blog. I also teach journalism and memoir writing. (From his website)

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Safe Harbor

Along with writing books, I frequently freelance for magazines and newspapers including the New York Times Proof blog. I also teach journalism and memoir writing. (From his website)

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In the Middle of the Night

The affluent suburb of Cheshire, Connecticut, seemed like the perfect place for Dr. William Petit and his wife, Jennifer Hawke-Petit, to raise their two lovely daughters… Until July 23, 2007, when, according to police, two ex-cons invaded the Petit home hoping to embark on a routine robbery—one that would ultimately prove deadly. What unfolded at 300 Sorghum Mill Drive was a tragic and horrifying sequence of events that shocked...

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How to Grow Yourself Now - Roads Are for Journeys, Not Just Destinations!

Wake up and smell the coffee Why do you keep following someone else's dreams for you instead of discovering your true self and allowing that awareness to guide you. You are not alone - millions are seeking the same thing as you. This read simply provides you with your first steps along your own unique journey. How far you go is up to yourself. You are in control from now on and only you can decide what's best for you. Go for it You'll be...

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Last Call at Elaine's

Brian McDonald was a few years sober when he took a job as bartender at the renowned Elaine's restaurant on Second Avenue at 88th street in Manhattan. During his eleven years at Elaine's, he saw, served, and overheard many famous customers, from Woody Allen to Kurt Vonnegut to Mick Jaggar. He also developed a unique friendship with Elaine herself. Last Call At Elaine’s is an intimate look at the well-known and beloved restaurant, its...

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