be the only murder-mystery writer who gives primary credit (or chief blame) to
Dr. Seuss, but there—I’ve said it, and I feel better, even if Theodore Geisel
is turning over in his proverbial grave..."
Want to read more about how the not-so-silly rhymes of Dr. Seuss turned a young boy from a tiny town in Alabama into a writer? Today's guest post can be found over at The Quivering Pen. Enjoy!