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“Saving One” — my new lab lit novel

Over the past two years, I have been avidly writing and editing my new lab lit novel, Saving One. This is the story of a widowed biomedical researcher at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, who has a … Continue reading

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A Degree of Betrayal

What a week it’s been! My book launch for “A Degree of Betrayal” in now finally underway! I am delighted to report that “A Degree of Betrayal” is now officially on sale! This story, part mystery, part literary fiction and … Continue reading

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An image that’s hard to shake

Reading (King) Richard’s blog “Silence is Golden” that addresses his very interesting short story published on LabLit.com, I couldn’t help thinking about an issue that has been bothering me these past couple weeks. Richard’s story occurs in a “lablit” setting—but … Continue reading

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