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You Want Me To Pin What?
August 6, 2015 · by James L'Etoile · in author, books, character development, crime fiction, James L'Etoile, pinterest, social media, writing ideas, writing tools · 8 Comments
Old Guys and Social Media are like sauerkraut and vanilla wafers. An unholy pairing at best and the thought of the two, together, is enough to give you the willies. Let me back up a moment. People of a certain age (there now, that’s a bit softer than slapping the geezer label on my forehead) […]
How To Identify A Conspiracy
April 12, 2014 · by James L'Etoile · in author, conspiracy, conspiracy theory, fear, humor, James L'Etoile, Uncategorized, writing · 3 Comments
There is no such thing as paranoia. Your worst fears can come true at any moment. Hunter S. Thompson Who doesn’t love a good conspiracy theory? Conspiracies have existed since the dawn of time, probably back to the day our hunter-gatherer forefathers led tribal rivals into the tar pits. What is it about a juicy […]