For a limited time the e-book of The First Cut, the first in my Detective Nan Vining series, is discounted to just $.99! The First Cut, a Los Angeles Times bestseller, is a great summer read at an incredible
Writing Every Day? Not Necessarily — Tales and Tips from This Writer’s Life
When I started seriously writing my first novel, back in the 1980s, I was hungry for advice on how to accomplish what seemed to be an almost insurmountable goal. I mean, write a novel? Me?
Killing Secrets (Nan Vining #5) — Pre-Order Now!
Killing Secrets, the long awaited fifth in my Los Angeles Times bestselling Detective Nan Vining series, will be published July 21, 2015. Pre-order it now wherever e-books are sold including: Amazon Barnes and Noble iBooks Google Play
A Writer Wastes Nothing–My Inspiration for The Night Visitor
“A writer wastes nothing,” a saying that’s attributed to F. Scott Fitzgerald, may not be true for all writers, but it’s true for me. It’s especially pertinent to my new standalone novel, The Night Visitor,
Video: Me and THE NIGHT VISITOR
My standalone mystery, The Night Visitor, is now on sale! It’s published as an e-book and at a budget-friendly price of just $2.99. That’s less than a latte! The reviews on Goodreads have been amazing.
Blog Tour for The Night Visitor
The promotion whirl for The Night Visitor, my new standalone thriller, is off and running. I’ll be doing a blog tour with stops almost every weekday for the next several weeks. If you post a comment,
The Night Visitor – Pre-Order Now!
The Night Visitor, my standalone paranormal thriller, is on-sale 9/16/14 but available for pre-order now. Pre-order and all the book’s wonderfulness will be downloaded to your e-reader in the wee hours of September 16. I honestly
The Night Visitor — Coming in September 2014
Happy New Year 2014! I’ve just received my editor’s marked-up manuscript and letter with his changes for The Night Visitor (letters and printed manuscripts are very old school and I love it) and I’m busy at work
Reads of Summers Past
This week, Summer 2013 officially ends. Everyone’s back to work full-steam. Me too. I’m always sad to see August go. August is my favorite summer month. It’s slow and still. It seems not just okay to
The Care and Feeding of Your Editor
“The Care and Feeding of Your Editor” was the panel I moderated at the 2013 California Crime Writers Conference held last June in Pasadena, California. It also describes my conundrum over how to care for