I would like to introduce you to a friend of mine. His name is John, but he writes under the pen name J. C. Fields. And he writes well. I just finished his first novel, The Fugitive’s Trail, and it’s a good one. You’ll be introduced to Special Agent Sean Kruger of the FBI andContinue Reading John’s Blog
It is Here! Today is the first day of the 2017 BookExpo New Title Showcase. If I told you it isn’t on my mind, I’d be lying to you. If I claimed not to be excited having one of my books in it, I’d not be telling the truth. The event is held in NewContinue Reading Book Fair: It’s Here!
In a few weeks, June First, to be exact, The Law of Moses will be displayed at the 2017 BookExpo New Title Showcase, in New York City. Truthfully, I don’t know how to prepare myself for this. I have been told it is the largest book fair in North America and tens of thousands ofContinue Reading News about “The Law of Moses”
All Aboard! Anyone who has read “The Law of Moses,” knows Sam is raised and lives the first part of his life in New York. For anyone who hasn’t, telling them so, isn’t much of a spoiler. In order to share the big news, I have no choice. Sam is going home! That’s right, SamContinue Reading Book Fair
Recently, I received a book review for my book, The Law of Moses. The review was from a book review blog named the Hungry Monster and it is run by a man named Thomas Anderson. I’ve never met Thomas, most likely, never will. If we were to meet, it would certainly be by a quirkContinue Reading Professional Book Reviews
Come on, come join me with Gayla at our weekly meeting. Gayla, I’d like you meet a friend of mine, who’s kind of going to look over our shoulder. Gayla is a petite woman with deep eyes blue eyes. Her hair is dark brunette and the smile you see is always there. She seems to neverContinue Reading The Thursday Meeting
“Writers aren’t exactly people…they’re a whole bunch of people trying to be one person.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald I couldn’tContinue Reading Should Clare Wear Glasses?
Writing is simple, Hemingway said, “sit at your typewriter (computer) and bleed.” I am willing to sacrifice for my craft and in all honesty feel I have. The rewards far outweigh any forfeit, I’ve suffered, but I remain ready to pay the price. That belief came under direct attack about a week ago. For thoseContinue Reading Sacrifice and Sushi
The Tenth Nail has a voice and that voice belongs to Paul J. McSorley. The Tenth Nail is the story of a murder. More than that, it is the story of a homicide detective trying to hold it together as he battles the guilt inside him for past sins and mistakes. He is ruled byContinue Reading “The Tenth Nail” has a Voice
Like many, I set goals for the coming year. Last year, 2016, (had to write that one more time) I set the goal to convert all my novels into audiobooks. I came up a little short, only six of the eight were finished by the time the ball dropped. The remaining two will be finishedContinue Reading Heard A Good Book Lately?