Michael Stephen Daigle
- This grand American experiment
- New Nagler: Martha’s history of kissing
- More new Frank Nagler: Hope from a desperate low
- New Frank Nagler; Ironton in crumbling timeless despair
- On the radio today at 4 p.m.
- The big bang
- ‘The Weight of Living’: Distinguished Favorite in 2018 Independent Press Awards.
- Old newspaper columns reveal how little has changed
Category Archives: Paramus Public Library
“The Weight of Living,” the third Frank Nagler Mystery was named a distinguished favorite in the 2018 Independent Press Awards. I am greatly honored and flabbergasted. This is the third award this year for the book. (Notable 100 Book in … Continue reading
I think this is the opening to the next Frank Nagler book, the one after “The Weight of Living.” I’ve been struggling with how to get into the next one, and after some false starts, this seems to work. Maybe. Things change, … Continue reading
We were sitting in the shadow of history, peddling our wares like those who came before. Authors, food vendors, artists, musicians, crafters, historians, historic car fans and others at the roadside park that celebrates one of the creations that drove … Continue reading
I am honored and thrilled to be included in two exciting festivals in June. I’ll be ready to discuss and display the Frank Nagler Mysteries: “The Swamps of Jersey,” the award-winning “A Game Called Dead,” and the newly released, “The … Continue reading
All of us who profess to be writers have boxes of stories, half done. Computer files of ideas and notes. Sticky-notes on calendars and walls holding possible titles and seven-word ideas. We self-publish, find real publishers, introduce ourselves as writers, … Continue reading
When I finished the first Frank Nagler book, “The Swamps of Jersey,” I asked myself , Okay, now what do I do? Where is the second book coming from? So I did this time what I did the last time: … Continue reading