Though it was, admittedly, a lighter-than-usual week at BobMcCarty.com, I think my offerings during the past seven days justify further attention in the weekly recap below:
One day after speculating about the cause of another Malaysia-owned jetliner’s disappearance, I began reading DIE TRYING by Lee Child Sunday, Dec. 28 and worked on a jigsaw puzzle with Butters, my office assistant.
On Monday, Dec. 29, I followed up a stimulating Facebook conversation by wondering if Bill Cosby might be innocent until proven guilty.
On Tuesday, Dec. 30, I raised a question — Does ‘Domestic Terrorism’ Label Apply to OKC Bombing? — before sharing news about a lawsuit filed by a fallen Marine’s family members.
On New Year’s Eve, I shared an excerpt from my first nonfiction book about a falsely-accused and wrongly-convicted Army Green Beret before going to bed at 10:30 p.m. on New Year’s Eve.
I began Day One of the New Year by sharing video about a four-year investigation into a “policing for profit” scam in Tennessee and followed up by sharing the latest review of my just-released crime-fiction novel, The National Bet.
Though I spent most of the day Friday, Jan. 2, working on my next fiction novel, a sequesl to The National Bet, I found time to share some college football championship humor aimed primarily at folks from my home state, Oklahoma.
Unless something pressing comes up Saturday, Jan. 3, I’ll spend most of my working hours in much the same fashion as I did the day before.
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