Neil Plakcy
  • Male
  • United States
Share on Facebook Share

Neil Plakcy's Friends

  • Mark Porter
  • Edith Glass
  • Keith Spence
  • Pat Brown
  • Jon Loomis
  • Barbara DaCosta
  • Nancy Thorp
  • T. L. Cooper
  • L.J. Sellers
  • Beth Groundwater
  • Darren Laws
  • Tim Quinton
  • Brian L Porter
  • NL Gassert
  • Rick R. Reed

Neil Plakcy's Discussions

Clue Panel at Sleuthfest
12 Replies

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Leppanen Mar 26, 2007.

 

Neil Plakcy's Page

Profile Information

Hometown:
Hollywood, FL
About Me:
Author of four mystery novels so far: Mahu (August, 2005-- reissued in March 2009); Mahu Surfer (August, 2007) Mahu Fire (April 2008) and Mahu Vice (August 2009). College professor, freelance writer and book reviewer.
I Am A:
Reader, Writer, Editor
Website:
http://www.mahubooks.com
Books And Authors I Like:
My FIU classmates & teachers: Vicki Hendricks, Dennis Lehane, James W. Hall, Les Standiford, Barbara Parker. Janet Evanovich, Craig Johnson, Chris Grabenstein, Zoe Sharp, Dick Francis, Steven Saylor, & many more.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
The Dresden Files; NYPD Blue; Hill Street Blues; Cop Rock; Burn Notice, No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency

Neil Plakcy's Photos

  • Add Photos
  • View All

Comment Wall (17 comments)

You need to be a member of CrimeSpace to add comments!

Join CrimeSpace

At 7:29pm on February 12, 2011, Mark Porter said…

Hi Neil, thank you for the acceptance. I'll be checking outthe Mahu series.

 

Take care

www.markporter.weebly

 

At 6:28am on April 22, 2008, Neil Plakcy said…
Thanks, LJ. If I could only afford one conference, I'd go to Bouchercon, because it's the biggest. Either as a fan or a writer, it gives you the most opportunity to meet and make contacts, and there's a huge variety of panel discussions.
At 4:43am on April 22, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Hi Neil
I enjoyed your blog on Bookbitch today. It's good to have that clarified. I've been weighing the cost–benefit of attending conventions this year. If could only afford one, which would you recommend?
At 10:54pm on March 15, 2008, DADavenport said…
Hi Neil,
I had a great time at LCC Denver and I loved getting to meet you. In fact, I just started reading Mahu Surfer this morning. Enjoying it very much.
I feel so lucky to have sat at the same banquet table with you, Jeff Cohen, Chris Grabenstein, and Donna Andrews. The stories, jokes and past convention insights helped give me an insider's view of the whole thing and just cemented my feeling that the people associated with our genre are the friendliest, most accepting people in the writing world. Thanks for making the experience one I will not forget.
D.A. Davenport
At 3:33pm on December 26, 2007, Jack Getze said…
As a matter of fact, I am the proud owner of some semi-serious aloha shirts. That get-up you describe could get me into the finals of the Hawaiian Contest.
At 4:12am on December 26, 2007, Jack Getze said…
Merry Christmas here at the Getze's. My three-year-old grandaughter and her mother live with us, so it's back to the Santa Claus routine.

Denver then!
At 10:46am on December 3, 2007, L. A. Starks said…
Congratulations on your deal! I saw the announcement in Publisher's Lunch.
LAS
At 4:06am on October 26, 2007, Martial Ghislain said…
Dear Neil, I'm a member there ^__^ Incognito! *g* Thanks for mentioning it - I try to drop the name of the group at several occasions around the net too - and for inviting me as a friend. Have Mahu Surfer behind my left shoulder in the shelf, it's only one Dorien mystery before it. I hope you plan on writing more in the series. Best, Martial
At 10:51am on June 1, 2007, Sylvia Dickey Smith said…
I think you are right! And the big houses are falling because they seem to be resistant to new technology which in the long run would benefit them.

I've gone with a small press, and so far am quite satisfied. Yes, some bookstores resist them, but the walls are crumbling one by one.

In another ten years, the publishing world will not be recognizable, compared to today. Interesting.

And from what a read about "Dark Energy" the more I realize how much is still out there in our fabulous universe waiting for us to learn! No end to story material, eh?

Syl
At 12:46pm on April 8, 2007, Lori said…
Hey Neil...this doggie is a mix, a rescue. I believe she has quite a bit of Finnish Spitz in her, actually. Thanks for the book recommendation!! Much appreciated!! Lori
 
 
 

CrimeSpace Google Search

© 2019   Created by Daniel Hatadi.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service