Journey by Gary V. Brill

By | March 23, 2021

The Story of an American Family Historical Fiction Published: December 2020 We hold these truths to be self-evident…not all men are created equal. In 1814, James Woodman lives in Washington, DC, as a free black man who owns a business. As a member of the District militia, James fights to save the Constitution from destruction… Read More »

Why Every Company No Matter How Small Needs a Disaster Recovery Plan

By | March 10, 2021

No, you can’t just “host it in the cloud” and call that your Disaster Recovery plan. That’s the start of your disaster. Featured image by Akela999 from Pixabay Fly-by-night AGILE shops (okay, fly-by-night and AGILE is saying the same thing twice) always want to believe Security is the other guy’s problem. AGILE and Web company… Read More »

Dead in a Dumpster

By | March 9, 2021

Leah Norwood Mysteries, Book #1 Cozy Mystery Date Published: September 23, 2014 When Leah Norwood finds the body of Isabel Meeks in the dumpster behind her store, she can’t believe the police consider her a suspect. Sure, she didn’t like Isabel, but then again, neither did anyone else. Isabel had a condescending attitude and a… Read More »

The Devil Whispered by Shawn Starkweather

By | March 3, 2021

  Science-Fiction/Mystery/Detective Date Published: 3/1/2021 Retired special-forces commander Jacobi Slate is drawn into a downward-spiraling vortex of fear and doubt while investigating a brutal murder committed by an old friend. As evidence mounts that someone else might be pulling strings from the shadows, Jacobi struggles to understand a developing connection to his own past, which… Read More »

Need an UpVote at Icons8

By | March 1, 2021

Ah, my loyal blog readers, I need an upvote on a request at Icons8. Actually need about a dozen so hopefully there are at least one dozen of the 22,205 “registered users” of this blog. Just upvote this. It looks like this. Pretty self explanatory. I’ve written about Icons8 before. They have free to use… Read More »