A new interview (promise it won’t go to my head)

I was asked to contribute an interview to the website NFReads.com. The site includes interviews and articles from a range of contributors and a variety of topics. I’m honored and thrilled to be asked for my contribution.

One of the questions was to cite something quirky about yourself.

Here’s my answers:

My father sailed to the South Pole in 1939 with Adm. Byrd, one of the great adventures of the 20th Century.

This is our band playing at the Fulton War Memorial hall.

I was the drummer in the greatest garage band of 14-year-olds to ever come out of Fulton, N.Y., West Hartley Parkway.

When I was eight, I led a labor strike of other youthful oppressed workers. We took umbrage to the notion that the owner of the blueberry patch in Vienna, Maine would pay experienced workers more. So we walked home, five miles or so.

The link:


About michaelstephendaigle

I have been writing most of my life. I am the author of the award-winning Frank Nagler Mystery series. "The Swamps of Jersey (2014); "A Game Called Dead" (2016) -- a Runner-Up in the 2016 Shelf Unbound Indie Author Contest; and "The Weight of Living" (2017) -- First Place winner for Mysteries in the Royal Dragonfly Book Awards Contest.
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