Of the three novels I have just released on Kindle this one has been selling best. I have no idea why that should be. Is it the cover? Or is it the description of the book?
MASUDA AFFAIR is the follow-up on CONVICT'S SWORD. In CONVICT'S SWORD, Akitada loses his small son, and his marriage crumbles. Fans have objected to this much tragedy. …Continue
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I am surprised that someone actually had to suggest to me that I read this. I had read it, loved, and being the genius that I am thought I had already posted on it. But, low and behold, I had not .Go figure! I need to talk about this digital short story, because it rocks flat out. But let’s hold our horses here for a minute. Yesterday on my blogtalk radio show ,The G-ZONE, I had Big Daddy Abel on and we had a blast, going from one subject to another including getting into a debate on where…Continue
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I'am putting the finishing touches of Philly detective Alex Steele's newest story Ring of Death. This short story follows the newly released novel BLACKOUT. It is the prequel to the very successful Case of the Death Dealer which takes place in Philadelphia.
The Case of the Ring of Death will lure our famous Philly detective into the secret world behind the scenes in the Vatican. Follow Steele as he attempts to solve this baffling case while preserving old traditions and…Continue
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It is always a challenge to make characters seem real, but using your own experiences and emotions, like a method actor, takes them a long way.
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Hopefully I can get this right, because believe me I want to, on so many levels. First to just get this out of the way, this novel just flat out ROCKS! Now I have had the pleasure and honor of interviewing Paul Levine on my blogtalk show The G-ZONE last week. I know I mentioned this yesterday in my John Locke/Vegas Moon post, but the reason I point this out yet again is this: The guy’s voice, as smooth, kind and silky as it is, was in my head the entire time I was pressing the…Continue
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I have observed in this space before that author bios tend to be short on interesting detail and overfull of prize lists. Philip Roth, for example, doesn’t seem to exist, according to his bio. He doesn’t live anywhere, nor was he born. He simply receives prizes. This week I’m reading a very good historical novel by a writer who shall remain nameless. Perhaps it’s best that she…Continue
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Amazon are currently offering my thriller novel Pestilence for the amazing giveaway price of just…Continue
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On my blog tonight is a little musing about three characters I write. Two homicide cops and a professional killer. And the more vocal fans who prefer the killer. So what does that say about those who read the genre?
In addition to the standard where-to-get-it stuff, I'll throw in some freebie extras. Maybe the fabled "Cleansing Eden" online video game will finally make an appearance, you never…Continue
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Hey, the guy keeps pumping them out and my Kindle keeps getting giddy with delight that he is. Truly amazing! I read a number of character driven series, but already, John Locke has secured a spot at the top of my list. He just keeps cranking them out, and they get better and better and better. But let’s put the brakes on this love fest for a minute and give you guys an update on a few things in the world of G. Tomorrow I am posting on Paul Levine’s Flesh & Bones, an oldie but…Continue
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