Monthly Archives: October 2011

Gun Fiction…Facts vs. Myths for Novices.

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In the  first installment of “Crime Fiction”, we talked about gun nomenclature for novices.  I promised to discuss what firearms could and could not do in the hands of your protagonists and antagonists, so let’s get started. Now, when I … Continue reading

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Crime Fiction Gun Nomenclature for Novices!

This is the first in a three part series on basic firearms for novices.  The subject requires a fairly comprehensive coverage based on the many mistakes I’ve encountered in my reading crime fiction.  First we’ll touch on nomenclature.  In the … Continue reading

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Too Many Authors “Get It Wrong” With Their Violence

Unless you’re writing a “slasher” book, too many authors fail to find the balance between what is artfully “violent” and what is gore.  I think the first really “violent” movie I remember seeing caused me to walk out of the … Continue reading

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