Tag Archives: New Orleans

Meet Jock Boucher, the Renegade Cajun Federal Judge in Ice Fire, A Thriller

Only in New Orleans. Let’s face it. Certain locations are known for the idiosyncratic behavior of their locals and if one were to compose a list of cities where unique personalities abound, The Big Easy would be found near the … Continue reading

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Looking at, or through your characters?

My protagonist and central character in my first novel Ice Fire, and continuing in my series of future thrillers is Jock Boucher, a black Cajun Federal Judge in New Orleans. He is a renegade, not always in step with the  rules of … Continue reading

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Comparisons

Comparisons We’re all compared to other people for most of our lives. As soon as we develop our unique personalities, talents and appearance, it’s she looks like…, or he sounds just like… Such comparisons are meant to flatter. First time … Continue reading

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