Friday, November 4, 2011

Changed my mind!

I have been told all my life that I am in charge of my own destiny! I'm sure that is true because I have once again, changed my direction.

Hold on! I'm talking about writing here, not some facial reconstruction or the like...

I have decided to sneak a book in between the second and third... I'd been thinking about this for a long time and I just feel good about this decision. So, here goes. The next Summer Winter Mystery will not be in LA as originally advertised -- they are staying in NY for one more thrilling ride. I've already started writing NYC: Monopoly on Murder and it's sounding great.

Here's a sample of the first chapter!

"I've seen tons of dead bodies," I said. "And that's a dead body."

"Tons?" The skepticism in my husband's tone was subdued but it was still there.

"Okay. Maybe not tons but I've been to more funerals that I can count and of course, there's our two murder victims, you know."

Anthony gave me a smirk. At lest I think it was a smirk, it was kinda dark.

What brought all this chatter up was a man's body lying on the sidewalk blocking our forward motion. His feet were practically touching the passenger's door of our Ford Expedition. I would've had to step over his number twelve's to open the door. I'm not sure I was prepared to get that close. As it was, we practically bumped into the guy.

Okay... Just a teaser. I'll keep Summer's fans posted as to the progress of this upcoming episode. I'm kinda excited about it myself.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Books make the best Christmas Gifts!!!

It's true. They do. Especially if you've got an avid reader or two on your list. Now, my book NYC:2 is what I've resorted to calling it-- is pleasantly priced... that is what we used to call restaurants who gave police personnel discounts... Pleasantly Priced... but, alas, I digress. My book is still pleasantly priced for Christmas giving. After Christmas... gone like the holiday. So get them while they're hot. 2 for Twenty bucks... that's pretty cheap.

and if you're not into murder mysteries... check out Eric James Stone's new book...Rejiggering the Thingamajig and Other Stories... its Sci-Fi and a great read... will have you laughing, crying, ahhhing and oohing all the way through.

Either way... READ READ READ...

NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style

NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style
Dang this copyrighted stuff! Couldn't get rid of the red face!

NYC: A Mission To Die For

NYC: A Mission To Die For