Friendly law enforcement officers become the weapons of rival destruction in the gypsy tribal wars
When somebody offers to "purify" your possessions, call the bunko squad
The Palm Beach Post's "Literary Diva" asks in her blog why it's OK for Newsweek magazine to summarize O.J. Simpson's account of his killing of Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman, but it's not okay for Judith Regan/HarperCollins to print a book about it. "I've got one question," asks diva Rhonda Sw ... More >>
They're all graced with an ineffable South Florida quality
Tiny Davis When I read the stories about the botched death by lethal injection of Angel Nieves Diaz on Death Row, I can't help but recall the truly horrific state-sanctioned deaths that have occurred in Florida. You know, like the times that the electric chair, ghoulishly called 'Old Sparky,' set t ... More >>
It's about time, Ms. Regan, that you did something about your misleading book, Miami Psychic.
Miami Psychic author is accused of a fortunetelling scam and jewelry theft as her book is published.
Who knew Amazon.com was this susceptible to shenanigans? I told you on Friday about the slime job on my little book, Florida Pulp Nonfiction, on the Amazon site. A half-dozen fake customer reviews were posted slamming and misrepresenting my book (as a novel rather than the true crime book that it ... More >>
Local Gypsy fortuneteller pulls one over on publishing giant Judith Regan.
The "psychic" author "Regina Milbourne" got a new customer review of her book, Miami Psychic, on Amazon. It's from somebody using the moniker T. Edgington: "I wasted my time reading this book and now I'm thinking of the most sacrilegious thing I could (when it comes to books) ... I'm think of burn ... More >>