Uh...I guess the great South African novel wasn't really about anything because it never really went anywhere. I kept gravitating towards mystery/crime and still do. So if/when I ever get back to novel writing, it'll be in that genre and with our crime rate, why the heck not?
The Hollywood script is a feature film set in Arizona and is a thriller/heist/black comedy which, at the risk of evoking the wrath on the purists, is something like Nowhereville Noir.
Thanks, Jackie, but I'm sure not counting on that! LOL. Hope I'll have that to look forward to someday, though. Nope, I sweat blood before each and every single book signing. ; ) Nice to meet you! I've always wished I was a photographer and could hang that cool press badge around my neck.
Hey Jackie, Nice to hear from you and thanks so much for your comments and for the Mystery Scene review, which I haven't yet seen, but look forward to. I used to live in La Crescenta so maybe we were sorta neighbors once upon a time. I've been gone from the LA area for a while but I still miss it. The first Rachel novel was about the California water wars. I used to work for the water district, so it was resistable. It goes into trade paperback next month. Are you considering getting one of your children's books published? Nice meeting you and best of luck,