Monthly Archives: November 2011

What I’m Thinking

Today’s Old Timey Word for the Week is one that I still hear occasionally, but not often, dab. “Here, put a dab of this on that bee sting and it’ll keep the swelling down.” They even used it back in … Continue reading

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Great Kirkus Review

Today my publishers at Poisoned Pen Press sent me some great news.  Kirkus Reviews, the toughest book reviewing agency in the country, just released their list of the Best Mysteries of 2011.  Right there on the page, along with Stephen … Continue reading

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Why I Chose 1964

I think I chose to set The Rock Hole in 1964 is because we were at the end of a time that was a dividing line between this nation’s agrarian roots and today’s technological era.  I prefer the old days.  … Continue reading

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And We’re Off!

Howdy, and welcome to my first feeble attempt at writing this blog.  I’m sure there are going to be several stumbles, but before long I’ll get the hang of this thing and we’ll see where it takes us.  For those … Continue reading

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