The Taste of Honey Second Edition Yesterday, I published the revised edition of ‘The Taste of Honey.’ I love this new version. I completely rewrote it from the ground up. It’s the same story but revised and updated to fall in line with the later books in the series. Why might you ask?
The problem is, it wasn’t the police who picked her up. She was kidnapped, snatched off the streets of NYC, as she was walking home from work. Only a block away from her apartment building, tired after a long, hard day, someone pushes her from behind into the open door of a taxi stopped by… Continue reading Avril Gillios just got picked up!
Hello my fans, Please accept my apologies for not writing for almost two weeks. These past days have been quite hectic as a result of my PCS (post concussion syndrome) and the release of my latest novel, ‘The Trafficking Consortium.’ Let me tell you; there is good news on both fronts. First, let me… Continue reading Hello my Fans
Word of the Day: qui vive qui vive (noun) kee-VEEV Definition : alert, lookout — used in the phrase on the qui vive Examples “All right. Lieutenant Howard, go see how the artillery wagons are managing, and on the way tell Major Mason that I need him again. Stay on the qui vive; you may… Continue reading Word of the Day: qui vive
Word of the Day: domicile domicile (noun) DAH-muh-syle Definition 1 : a dwelling place : place of residence : home 2 a : a person’s fixed, permanent, and principal home for legal purposes b : the place where a corporation is actually or officially established Examples “I got married, when I was 66,… Continue reading Word of the Day: domicile