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Launch! “Murder. Theatre. Solitaire.” is Live!

Well, here I am again, announcing the launch of another novel. I will admit, it’s not as scary or roller-coaster like as the first time, but nonetheless I’m happy to make my first ever murder mystery available to all of you. For you Kindle types, you’ll find it here. Other formats are available right over …

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Release Date for “Murder. Theatre. Solitaire.”

It’s July 5th! Okay, I know that wasn’t the most exciting, memorable release-day announcement. But it’s not necessary to make everything a song and dance number, is it? Besides, I’ll be talking about the date more than once between now and then. I guess, at least for right now, I have come to realize that …

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Cover Reveal: “Murder. Theatre. Solitaire.”

Okay, so here it is! No countdown, or contest, or giveaway or anything of that nature. I’m just happy to share with all of you the official cover of my upcoming murder mystery novel. Pretty cool, right? And simple. Or cool because it’s simple. The cards were a pre-existing stock image. The words, obviously, are my …

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Title Reveal

As you know, my next novel is my first murder mystery. A cozy mystery, in fact. I wrote the first draft about two years ago as part of Nanowrimo, and let it sit for a while. Over the last six months I’ve been revising. There is more revising to do between now and my planned …

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Exeunt Dionysus

  If you have been to this blog on a regular basis, follow me on Twitter, or just know me personally, you know what Flowers of Dionysus is. It’s my first self-published novel, and the first novel I carried into completed drafts.  It’s the story of a talented but disillusioned community theatre actor, Matt,  called back into …

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