On Being a Mystery Writer

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On Being a Mystery Writer

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You are the type of person that installs monitoring equipment in your house and that taps telephones so that if one wanted to make a call in private, he or she would have to go elsewhere.  Che palle! 

Imagine you are a pseudo-detective gone undercover to inspect the same source of information every day to attempt to figure out clues and to glean information about a puzzle you are trying to fit together.  Your quest to reconnoiter is fed by your daily obsession with one source of information that you know, in your gut, has been feeding you the real facts that you seek.

Meanwhile….basically, your life sucks, but you don’t want anyone to know how much.  You plaster the Internet with old, misleading pictures that were taken before things took a nose dive …..before the truth was openly revealed.  You write false statements about happiness that you clearly do not experience.  You pour your energy into searching..searching…searching for answers that you already know in your gut. 

You are one determined, angry little hornet detective!

Then imagine that because something unbeknownst to you transpired, your primary source of information suddenly changed to reflect absolutely nothing that would be of any use to you in your quest …ever again.

That is what has happened here.

The circus tent has collapsed.

NO MORE INFO FOR YOU!

I am happy and secure. (That’s all the clue you’ll ever get.)

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I have everything I need.

Last reference.

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