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Wanna Go To Mars?
March 13, 2015 · by James L'Etoile · in humor, James L'Etoile, Mars, Mars One, one way trip, Reality TV, travel, write, writing · 9 Comments
We got this all wrong… I’m sitting at my keyboard and revising (as I’m supposed to do) and something shiny crosses the monitor and pulls my attention away like a moth to a flame. A news wire reports that over 200,000 people have applied to travel seven months through space and live on Mars. The […]
Prison and Plotting
March 9, 2014 · by James L'Etoile · in author, books, Crime, crime fiction, crime thriller novels, fiction, genre, inmate, James L'Etoile, prison, Uncategorized, write, writing, writing ideas · 4 Comments
Prison changes a man. I actually heard a hardened prison gang member say that once. The man was feared in gang circles and ran one of the biggest gang, weapons and drug rackets in Folsom Prison in the 1980’s. New inmates, “fish” as they were called, had to check in with his underlings and pay […]