There is nothing quite like the first time you hold your new book in your hands. In the case of Lethal Intent, it’s not a brand new book — but it looks like one with a great new cover and updated text about Aileen Wuornos’s decade on Death Row, execution and legacy. (The new eBook also has 16 new photographs.) December 3rd is the pub date but this part is fun, too.
Hopefully, few of us would cover for a killer.
We like to imagine that we’d do anything for our closest friends and loved ones. But “anything” is a huge, elastic concept. Would we really do “anything,” or even want to do “anything”? When the abstract turns concrete, things can look very different. Read more on Psychology Today’s Guest Blog
The true picture of a life comes into focus only slowly. The real, rather than imagined, existence essential to non-fiction can be inconveniently opaque, downright incomprehensible, and, in the case of serial killer Aileen Wuornos, unimaginably violent. Read more on The Stiletto Gang