I love clickbait titles. I usually don’t click on them, but I love making up wiseass responses. Like, “Oh, I bet he said ‘prune juice.’” Sometimes I crack me up. ANYWAY, here is a scene from my paranormal suspense book set in 1968. The elderly…

Here’s a bit from A DEAD GUY AT THE SUMMERHOUSE, a conversation between the main character, Mitch, and Grant Marsch, who Mitch caught searching his (Mitch’s) room. Grant tells Mitch what he’s looking for. What Grant Was Looking For excerpt from A DEAD GUY AT…

The holidays are over, and I’ve finally gotten back to edit-listening to the audiobook-in-production of A Dead Guy At The Summerhouse. Here’s part of what I listened to yesterday. The narrator is Mitch Franklin, 17-year-old orphan, hired to tend wealthy eccentric Amelia Hardesty’s two Pekingese…

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