Book Review Wednesday – The Assassin Who Couldn’t Dance

The book-a-week challenge continues with Glen Barrera's Assassin Who Couldn't Dance. There are some books that are nightstand dust collectors. Some are the type where you read a few pages at a time before going to bed. Or maybe a chapter, a book read on and off over the course of a few months, or … Continue reading Book Review Wednesday – The Assassin Who Couldn’t Dance

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Get to know Shig Sato – Where Shig Lives

Shig lives in Hyakunincho, Shinjuku, a Tokyo neighborhood very much a part of its urban landscape. Central Tokyo is considered to be inside the Yamanote Commuter Line 'circle.' Hyakunincho is one of the many Yamanote neighborhoods that encircle the city.  A ride on the Yamanote line can take you to Tokyo's festive Ueno Park for … Continue reading Get to know Shig Sato – Where Shig Lives

Something Crooked Coming Soon

Another time, another story to tell... Soon it will be time for Readers Circle of Avenue Park's newest anthology, Crooked Tales, stories of deception and revenge - with a twist. I've had the honor of editing some of the entries. All I can say is: DON'T MISS IT. Coming soon!

Twisted Tales: Meet the Authors – an interview with Anita Kovacevic

To paraphrase Forrest Gump (and his momma): "twisted is as twisted does"- so grab your free copy of Twisted Tales, a Readers' Choice selection of short fiction from Readers' Circle of Avenue Park. Literary lies, epic yarns - it's an eclectic collection of stories by authors from around the globe. In today's Meet the Authors series I'm delighted … Continue reading Twisted Tales: Meet the Authors – an interview with Anita Kovacevic

Twisted Tales: Meet the Authors – An interview with Jean Gill

To paraphrase Forrest Gump (and his mom): "twisted is as twisted does"- so grab your free copy of Twisted Tales, a Readers' Choice selection of short fiction from Readers' Circle of Avenue Park. Literary lies, epic yarns - it's a collection of eclectic stories by authors from around the globe.  In today's Meet the Authors series I'm … Continue reading Twisted Tales: Meet the Authors – An interview with Jean Gill

National Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month. In my ‪#‎ShigSato‬ mystery The Thief's Mistake, a boy with autism provides key information for Sato in his quest to stop a psychotic killer. For every book sold in April, I am contributing the proceeds from the book's sale to the Autism Society. Here are some links: kindle mybook.to/SSMb nook  http://bit.ly/1UGOkkd iBook  http://apple.co/1KfecNv smashwords  http://bit.ly/1UwDNrw ‪#‎AustimFriendly‬ ‪#‎NAAM16‬ … Continue reading National Autism Awareness Month