I have a few pages of (fun! light! readable!) description of Miami in my new novel, and I would like someone to check to see if it sounds realistic since I, ahem, have never been there. Thanks in…Continue
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My new novel's description:A young editor, thrilled to have secured his dream job with a prestigious small publisher in New York, watches in horror as the firm abandons its standards and begins printing all the lurid novels it can find. The publisher’s new books offer Huckleberry Finn reimagined as a slave trader, Hester Prynne as an ax-wielding vigilante, and Robert Frost as a motorcycle gangster; plus the usual contemporary catalog of fur and fangs. As the publisher embarks on a campaign to…See More
Please let me know if you would be interested in reading and perhaps reviewing Tales from the Boiler Room; eight short stories, mostly paranormal and mostly with some humor to them.A malcontent Mayan who is a local pioneer of sarcasm; a sasquatch unaware of minimum wage laws; a drug-sniffing dog with an attitude; a nagging…See More
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My novel Pearl Lagoon is out for Kindle.Pearl Lagoon Amazon listingMany Americans are living on the east coast of Nicaragua in 1926, and two of them become entangled with a stunning local woman. A young U.S. consular officer is sent to investigate the murder of one of them.Excerpt: . . . Someone who wanted to go out in Bluefields had…See More
(Update - Feb. 8. But the question is, of course: Does anyone want to read Joseph Conrad and Somerset Maugham anymore anyway?!?! (smile) )Pearl Lagoon Amazon listing with review[Original post:]If you'd like to read this, you can wish-list it and I'll gift it to you. Let me know.Description:"On the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua in 1926,…See More
Apologies that this is a bit off topic here, but you might be interested in my new picture book Seven Lambs: Stories of Peace from the Old Testament.It's the kind of thing I want to read to my own children -- and I'm raising them with a sense of humor, so beware. For example I admit that Joseph's coat as depicted is/was probably way too warm for the area.…See More
I've put together a book I wish I'd had when my children were age 4 to 6-ish. (They're 7 and 11 now and they enjoyed the book, so I guess they're not too jaded yet.) And yes, I did have a bit of a hard time finding 5 peace stories in the Old Testament. We have this great 180-year-old family Bible with illustrations…See More
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Tooth Man: Stories from Nicaragua's Mosquito CoastTiny excerpt: “The young Swiss doctor sat with Ana on his left. She was radiant. She wore black coral earrings that accented her eyes, which didn’t need it, and a black dress. When he looked at her just right he would see her face ensconced in the halo of the velvet painting of…See More
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