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John Pearce is a part-time Parisian but lives quite happily most of the the year in Sarasota, FL. He worked as a journalist in Washington and Europe, where he covered economics for the International Herald Tribune and edited a business magazine. After a business career in Sarasota, he spends his days working on his future books - a sequel he expects to publish later in 2014 and a prequel after that. For several months each year, he and his wife Jan live in Paris, walk its streets, and chase down interesting settings for future books and his blog, JohnPearceAuthor.com. They lived earlier in Frankfurt, Germany, which gave him valuable insights for several of the scenes in his sequel, whose working title is Last Stop: Paris.


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John Pearce First, try to ignore it. If that doesn't work, a careful re-read of yesterday's work generally helps.

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First, try to ignore it. If that doesn't work, a careful re-read of yesterday's work generally helps.

I write longhand, so if that doesn't start well I spend some time typing yesterday's work into Scrivener. Generally that gets the juices flowing.(less)
John Pearce I'm now working on a sequel to my first novel, Treasure of Saint-Lazare, and one of the neat things about a sequel is that the basic idea and…moreI'm now working on a sequel to my first novel, Treasure of Saint-Lazare, and one of the neat things about a sequel is that the basic idea and characters are already there. I wanted to expand the story and the action, so I brainstormed with myself (it works) and recorded many, many ideas in Evernote, where I keep everything. Then I filter out the useless ones and write the good ones.(less)
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The Resistance

I reviewed The Resistance by Peter Steiner some time ago, shortly after I attended his presentation at the American Library inParis. It’s a good book, and I hope he writesmore like it (this is his latest, although he published several earlier).


I was in Paris, my novelTreasure of Saint-Lazare was about to be published, and I was delighted to have the chance to talk to someone in the same busines...

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“That name was a sadistic play on the Underground Railroad that smuggled American slaves north. The old Nazis set up their own version and used it mainly to move their people. They called it Die Spinne.”
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“Dear Artie: “The young fellow has disappeared into a dead end. I think the long-necked bastard planned to wind up in Paris and sent him there but he may also have used the underground railroad. Ask your round-heeled contact. Maybe you can find more than I could. “Roy”
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John Pearce John wrote: "Hi John,FREE BOOKS, all five of my publications are now available on Amazon Kindle free until the 18th of March 2014. This is your chance to own my Reaper Series books one and two, my poetry and ev..."

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