Tuesday, September 27, 2016
It's safe to say that Scott Montgomery of BookPeople was ahead of the curve when it comes to Michael Hendricks. He was among the first to suggest that my proto-Hendricks short story, "The Hitter," might be worth expanding into a novel. Turns out, he was right. So when he asked if I'd be willing to answer some questions for the MysteryPeople blog, I happily obliged.
Sunday, September 25, 2016
Friday, September 23, 2016
Reviewer extraordinaire Daneet Steffens recently launched a new column at The Seattle Review of Books, aimed at covering "the latest goings on in mystery, suspense, and crime fiction." Each column will feature a (cheekily named) Quintessential Interview comprising five "top five" questions. To my delight, she invited me to participate in the first one. If you'd like to know my top five places to write, tunes to write to, or hometown spots, you can find out here. And be sure to read the rest of Daneet's column while you're at it!
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Fresh off his guest of honor spot at this year's Bouchercon, Jon Jordan of Crimespree Magazine shared his thoughts on RED RIGHT HAND. Here's a peek:
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Mainers: I'll be chatting/reading/signing at the Raymond Village Library next Wednesday, 9/28, at 6:30PM. If you've already got copies of my books you'd like signed, feel free to bring 'em along. If not, I'm told Bridgton Books will have some on hand. Hope to see you there! Click through for details.