Morning!

To be honest, I liked his smile. It brightened the entire shot. The artlessness of his expression is wonderful.

Tonight’s Dinner: Lau Lau

Tonight’s dinner: lau lau, lomi salmon, sashimi, poi and rice.

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Evening!

Ah, black and white shots are love. Many of us agree. *grins* Love this one. Shadows and lights and stars, oh my. Lovely lovely composition.

And in other news…

Oh and in other news, following this book… Dirty Heart (The last of the Cole McGinnis series)* and then Kai 2. What do you all think?

* End of the series. So we find out about Ben. There will be one-offs later :D

Murder and Mayhem News…

Murder and MayhemI am pleased to announce the wonderfully talented Greg Tremblay has agreed to narrate Murder and Mayhem!

Morning

This shot actually captured my interest not only because of the subject matter which really is a bit of sweet tenderness but also the blue surrounding them. It’s a great yin-yang of blues/whites to balance out skin tones. I think it really casts off the golden notes in the shot.

Evening

Continuing with the oil wrestling…

I love how the photographer captures the form of the wrestlers in this shot.

Great form capture here. Good raw shot.

 

Tonight’s Dinner

Sweet sour spareribs and sashimi

Murder and Mayhem now on Amazon Preorder!

Whooo hoooo! Insert shameless shilling here.

http://www.amazon.com/Murder-Mayhem-Rhys-Ford-ebook/dp/B00YB8PG8S/

Murder and MayhemMurder and Mayhem
Dead women tell no tales.

Former cat burglar Rook Stevens stole many a priceless thing in the past, but he’s never been accused of taking a life—until now. It was one thing to find a former associate inside Potter’s Field, his pop culture memorabilia shop, but quite another to stumble across her dead body.

Detective Dante Montoya thought he’d never see Rook Stevens again—not after his former partner falsified evidence to entrap the jewelry thief and Stevens walked off scot-free. So when he tackled a fleeing murder suspect, Dante was shocked to discover the blood-covered man was none other than the thief he’d fought to put in prison and who still makes his blood sing.

Rook is determined to shake loose the murder charge against him, even if it means putting distance between him and the rugged Cuban-Mexican detective who brought him down. If one dead con artist wasn’t bad enough, others soon follow, and as the bodies pile up around Rook’s feet, he’s forced to reach out to the last man he’d expect to believe in his innocence—and the only man who’s ever gotten under Rook’s skin.

Morning!

Let’s do Turkish oil wrestling today

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