Let Them Eat Cake

Wolfram & Hart keeps me busy these days.  I feel like it consumes my life but you have to work to live.

Work does have some perks.  I’m in an area where I meet a lot of people.  I ended up with the forensic computer files that belong to one Casey Anthony.  If this were a book, this would be the part of the story where things got really interesting and good.  But because it’s real life, honestly, those files didn’t say anything the general public didn’t already know.  Casey doesn’t hide the fact that she wasn’t real thrilled playing the mommy role.  She was young and she wanted to do what young people do.  Not shocking.  The quality of the files told me more about the prosecution.  Some was unreadable, some was unorganized.  For such a big case, I would have expected more.  Then again, I’m not sure that I have the complete files in the first place.  But what I did read, it wasn’t real earth shattering.

I think it’s time to call it.  I don’t think we will ever know the entire story of Caylee’s last days.  To each generation is born a mystery.   From Etan Patz to JonBenet to Caylee.

I’m seriously considering putting the Ted book on here.  I’ve had it for 8 years now and there doesn’t seem to be any plan to reprint it.  What’s the worst that could happen?  Some random lawyer fusses at me to take it down? It’s obvious that people really want to read it.

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4 responses to “Let Them Eat Cake

  1. Nicole Ganbold

    Hey! I can’t wait for The Phantom Prince here 😀

  2. Shelley

    It would be so great to finally read The Phantom Prince!! I know a bunch of people who would also appreciate it if you could make that happen. 🙂

  3. Yes, please! Please post “The Phantom Prince.” It’s on my wishlist, but, realistically, neither I nor anyone I know is going to pay in excess of $100 for a book.

    On the other hand, searching for excerpts of the book led me to your blog, which I really dig. So, thanks for sharing!

  4. Ditto, (on No Ra’s reply), almost a year later… I enjoy your writing!

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