It is amazing what you can find out on YouTube. Literally how to do/make every crazy thing you can imagine is on there. If it’s not on YouTube, it’s on Google. Knowledge is power, but absolute power corrupts absolutely, right? So I’m waiting for law enforcement to come ask me why I need to know so much about poisons–or bacteria that turns heavy metals into gold (yes, there is a bacteria that poops gold, and I’m using it in a story). Or how to make certain sedatives. The bad side of all this information is that I have two daughters who are going out into this big, scary world full of bad information one day. I can guarantee you they’re going to watch all the YouTube videos about how to escape from kidnappers before they do!
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I am a mom, a teacher, a student and a lover of the written word, especially God's Word--which is why my first two books were devotionals. Wisdom is in short supply in so much of our world, so I go right to the top. If you like my posts, check out my books on Amazon.com (Fran Driscoll/Roberts). If there's such a thing as a clean murder mystery with a little romance, that's what you'll get. "A Place Called Grace" starts with an abused 4 year old escaping with her grandma to Mississippi. But "step-dad" Cullen Beal has been making money from Sheanna's innocent beauty, so he's on their trail. "A Place Without Mercy" ends Cullen's reign of terror, but at a terrible cost. The third, stand-alone book in the series is “A Broken Place,” which begins with a chance meeting in Puerto Rico and ends in a stand-off in New Orleans. Of course, I have a couple of new stories in the works, so there's more of Leah and Sheanna coming. If you see anything really unique that you think would make a great story, let me know. I love to collect stories as much as read and write them. View all posts by fdriscoll7