Friday, September 30, 2016

Five Quick Questions

Today, I'm at Crimespree Magazine's website, talking about the pressure to follow up THE KILLING KIND, the educational value of RED RIGHT HAND, and my not-so-secret love of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. You can read it here.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

The Jesup Library's Murder by the Book

Will you be in the Bar Harbor area this weekend? If so, I hope to see you at the Jesup Memorial Library's Murder by the Book!

On Saturday, 10/1 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, a veritable boatload of mystery and thriller writers will be reading, signing, paneling, and workshopping... and the best part is, the whole day's programming is free!

So, if you'd like to hang out with me, Dorothy Cannell, Gayle Lynds, Kate Flora, Bruce Robert Coffin, Roger Guay, Vaughn Hardacker, Maureen Milliken, Katrina Niidas Holm, Katherine Hall Page, Lynne Raimondo, Brendan Rielly, Barbara Ross, John Sheldon, Lea Wait, and keynote speaker Hank Phillippi Ryan, be sure to swing on by! You can find the schedule here.

And, as an added bonus, several of those fine writers will be reading from upcoming works at a wine reception the night before. Tickets are a steal at $25, and benefit the Jesup.

Need further convincing? Check out this piece in the Mount Desert Islander. Bottom line: this is an event not to be missed.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

BookPeople Interview

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

Authors on the Air

On Monday, 9/26, at 8PM Eastern, I'll be chatting live with Pam Stack, host of Authors on the Air. If you'd like to listen, you can do so here. You can even call in to ask a question if you'd like.