“Mother drove like someone had a gun to her head.”

From Bad Memory

Stephen Ross

Crime and mystery author

There are often times when writing that I feel busy. And then another story returns to my desk and needs a rewrite, and there's a deadline. And then yet another story presents itself and also needs to be written, and it too has a deadline. Lately, I feel like I've been climbing mountains. It's along way to the top, if you want to rock n' roll.



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