Tag: Kindle

The Ghost in the Mini Skirt

“The Law of Moses” was a difficult book to write.  I had carried the story inside me for a number of years and in truth, I wrote the first two books preparing for Moses.  After it was finished, I spent several weeks fearing I had messed it up.  I...

Dear Emma

I’ve heard it said each of us has a book in them.  I hope that is true because writing has become truly my passion.  Hemingway warned us that if writing becomes our addiction, only death itself can save us.  Since I plan to live for several more years, I hope to have many...

News about “The Law of Moses”

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...

Professional Book Reviews

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...

Nate Is Right

A frustrated writer quipped, “You do everything you can to raise them right, and as soon as they hit the page they do any damn thing they please.” Boy, do I feel that way about Nate.  I remember when he was nothing more than a comma on a page. ...

The Tenth Nail

Detective Nate Burns leaned over the back of the crime scene technician, Winston Rawls, and examined the girl.  She was dead. “Do you have any idea what killed her,” he asked Rawls. Standing, and pushing Nate back, the tech shrugged, “Lighting her is bad, she’s in behind the trash...

Coffee, Kindle, and Nate

Nate here again.  Just got the word that several of you are taking me up on my offer to pick up a really good book for less than a buck.  You guys get it.  You save five dollars and that allows you to buy coffee at Kwen’s expense, since...

Welcome to Black Hat

This past July, thousands of a particular breed of professionals gathered for their annual convention at Las Vegas.  These attendees were all computer hackers.  Hackers, be they good or bad, are identified by the hat they wear.  Of course, most of them do not wear hats, it’s simply a...

Have a Cup of Coffee on Nate

My name is Nate, Nate Burns and I’m a detective for the Albuquerque Police Department. My story is “The Tenth Nail,” a new book by Kwen Griffeth and currently in a preorder status on Amazon. Let me take a minute and strongly suggest you buy the eBook while is...

Tell Me Your Story

Recently, the Springfield Writers Guild held another, or I should say, is holding another flash fiction contest.  We have been challenged to write a piece no longer than 1000 words on the story of the “Old Woman” in the picture.  I have included my submission. I found this challenge...