Very interesting bio up on your site and congratulations on your success. Always had an affinity for Canada as my old man was an RAAF navigator who trained there in WW2.
I guess his subsequent adventures in Europe were what got me interested in the thriller/espionage/man-on-the-run genres.
Thanks for the invite, Rick. One of the problems I have is that I don't know any other writers. I know other lawyers, and I know other people I would call friends, but not writers, and it is good to meet someone who is where I would like to be, and seven books further along.
Hello Rick -- we met all too briefly and on the fly at B-Con Madison. Hope all is going well with your writing. Hey if you hear tell of a mystery suspense anthology going down let me know, will ya?
City of the Absent
Congratulations on your award for A Perfect Grave. I will take a look-see at one of my online book sites (I use Seattle Mystery Bookshop a lot.). I wish I could purchase all the mysteries that I enjoy and find on various sites, but as a retired teacher, I have a champagne appetite and a beer pocketbook." Heck, I have always been in that boat even before I was retired. Oops, too many metaphors--my local library will get notification if I do not buy it, and because the book is an award winner, I may be able to convince the head librarian to make a purchase.
Hi Rick I'm in the same boat about blogging. I didn't know why I needed one, but I've just done my third entry and it's been enjoyable. Letting me just throw away some energy so I can then get back to my 'normal writing'.
I've actually stopped writting True crime for just a moment to try my hand at a fiction. I didn't think I had it in me, but it's going rather well.
Hi Rick, thanks for the invite. Canada huh, hopefully nowhere near my relatives, cause they'd probably be real quick to tell you I am the Black Sheep of the family!
Never blogged? No I thought I hadn't either, til someone pointed out our website was "an original blogger". Wow, I live and learn. So - happy blogging, actually, you get to learn a lot by reading blogs - so carry on writing!
I agree with Al Capone, Rick, I don't know which street Canada is on either! But Texas -- heck you can get lost in Texas, too! 900 miles across from east to west. And if you don't like the weather here, just wait a minute!
Thanks for inviting me to your friends' list...I'm happy to accept. Congratulations on the Deadly Pleasures nod for A Perfect Grave. I hope to learn more about you (and maybe vice-versa) here on CrimeSpace.