So, this week I told you about a new series I’m working on. It’s about Michael Flint, The Heir Hunter. It involves a very cold case. An armed robbery gone bad back in 1989. Two people were murdered and one escaped. Where is the killer today? It’s all completely fiction, of course! And then I […]
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Saturday Special: Happy #PicnicDay Weekend!
This coming Monday, August 3rd, Australians in the Northern Territory will be celebrating Picnic Day. It is a public holiday over there. Lots of Australians use this long weekend to have a picnic at a local park or attend or participate in sporting events. A big one is the Harts Range Annual Races which features […]
Toasting with a mojito? Yes. Here’s why:
This time last week, many of us were celebrating the 4th of July. What to celebrate today? How about National Mojito Day?? Hmm, I won’t turn down an excuse for a mojito. According to Nashville Lifestyles… “Depending on who you believe, the mojito either came from the Spanish word ‘mojar’, which means to wet, or […]
Survey Results! (Your biggest reading pet peeves)
Thanks to all of you who responded to my survey question: What’s your biggest reading pet peeve? The Fussy Librarian conducted a similar survey of his subscribers and I wondered how you felt about the same questions. I’ve tallied up your results — each and every one of them, whether you commented here on my blog, […]
Saturday Special: Out Like A Lamb?
At the beginning of the month, I mentioned the idiom that March is “in like a lion, out like a lamb.” It’s hard to believe March is headed out already. Where does the time go? I’ve spent many hours this month finishing the final books in my False Truth Serial. False Truth 9 released this week. […]
What’s your biggest reading pet peeve?
If you’re anything like me, there’s been more than one occasion when you’ve started a book and read a few pages or a few chapters, set the book down, and never came back. It happens. No shame in that. But WHY does it happen??? That’s the question that a recent Fussy Librarian survey addressed, and it got […]
Hit “Reset” With Me For Spring!
For those of you in the Northern Hemisphere with me… welcome to spring! (To everyone else, happy autumn!) I like to think of spring as a second chance at the New Year. A second chance to reset, to revisit those resolutions, to revise them or renew them, reevaluate, and “Caffeinate and Carry On!” That’s exactly […]
Limited Edition Boxed Set: SIX FEET UNDER
New Boxed Set for Kindle for just 99 cents… FREE for participants in Kindle Unlimited. Six Feet Under A limited edition boxed set of 6 FULL-LENGTH novels I’m proud to bring this boxed set to you in this extra special edition of the Saturday Special! The boxed set is being offered exclusively by Amazon for just […]
Saturday Special: Oscars Edition
The Oscars are this weekend, which is practically a national holiday in the United States. Will you be watching? I love movies and I’ve seen most of the nominees. Here are the nominees for the Academy Award for Best Picture: American Sniper, Birdman, Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, Selma, The Theory of […]
Chinese New Year: Is this your lucky year?
Welcome to the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Goat! In the days before Chinese New Year, traditionally Chinese people prepare for by cleaning house to rid their homes of any ill-fortune and make way for incoming good luck. A year of good luck sounds great to me, so we cleaned house on Monday! […]
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