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Placing Literature

I was recently invited to take part in a very cool website, PlacingLiterature.com, where authors (and readers) are encouraged to map each scene of their books on a real-world map. The map is integrated with every other entry, so you

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The Wicked Flee – An Explanation

Some readers have expressed disappointment/concern that there’s “less Marty” in the latest book, The Wicked Flee. I’ve put together an elucidation of why I did what I did that might help explain things, including some tricks of the trade that

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The Wicked Flee (Marty Singer Mystery #5) LIVE!

It’s finally here! The Wicked Flee (Marty Singer #5) is live on (almost) every major digital bookseller. Even better news…it’s $.99 for a limited time! Only Barnes & Noble is dragging its feet, but I expect it to be up

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Audiobook of Blueblood in AudioFile magazine

I just got a nice review of Blueblood in AudioFile magazine, the leading glossy on all things audiobook: Lloyd Sherr narrates this involved story, with its complex, well-developed characters, in a calm, almost nondescript, manner. Iden’s likable, sarcastic retired homicide

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Featured in Amazon’s StoryFront!

I’m incredibly excited to announce Amazon’s publication of my short story, “The Kindness of Neighbors” (previously published as “Finding Emma”), through its short fiction imprint StoryFront! This has always been one of my favorite pieces, but to get validation from the tough

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Audiobook for A Reason to Live reviewed in AudioFile magazine

I’ve been remiss in not letting you know that the audiobook for A Reason to Live was recently reviewed in AudioFile magazine, the leading outlet for everything audiobook.

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Slightly new covers for the Marty Singer series

I was told recently by several people that they couldn’t tell from my covers which books were Marty Singer books (hint: they all are). Although I like my covers, I had to admit that there was no single unifying feature

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