Michael was dead and buried. And Jesse Bristow. I waited until the furor died down and the new Governor was seated, then I left. Not that anyone suspected me. There was nothing to link me to Jesse Bristow’s killing. But a grey fog of depression wrapped round me. I could find neither peace nor comfort where they had always been. [ Read More ]
The Christmas Cards are mailed. The Christmas gifts are bought and wrapped and either in the mail or under the tree. I’m feeling so virtuous it’s almost indecent. But the suspense and the excitement is gone. Back in the day …back out amongst the throngs on Christmas eve doing last minute shopping… braced by the excitement in the air and [ Read More ]
Enough people seem to have finished reading the newly released Theo & The Mouthful Of Ashes that I am beginning to get questions, which are welcomed. The three most frequently asked so far, and my answers, follow: The murder that kicks off Theo & The Mouthful of Ashes – the victim with her head bashed in by an old flatiron and [ Read More ]
I’m constantly blown away by the results motivated volunteers achieve. The recently concluded Kentucky Book Fair is a prime example. It’s organized and staged by volunteers( there is only one paid staffer, Connie Crowe, the manager, whose talents and enthusiasm keep everything running smoothly.) The Fair is the largest in the state — in fact, one of the largest [ Read More ]
FRANKFORT, KY – A chilly, overcast morning with the threat of showers by noon, but organizers of the Kentucky Book Fair are smiling anyway. Yesterday’s event here in the Capitol City turned out to be one of the best attended and highest grossing on record. Book sales topped $157,000 — more than $30,000 higher than last year’s tally — attesting [ Read More ]
We had a great turnout at the Kentucky Book Fair today. All 100 copies of THEO & The Mouthful of Ashes that I brought with me sold out. More to come.
AT THE KENTUCKY BOOK FAIR - Doors open tomorrow. The organizers of the Fair expect perhaps 2,000 readers and book collectors to make their way through Frankfort’s Convention Center before the day ends to view the new work of the 180 authors who are participating. It’s Kentucky’s premiere literary event and one of the oldest and largest book fairs in [ Read More ]