Category Archives: Sally Ember

New event: Park Fest in Warren County, June 10

I’ve just signed up for a new event  featuring artists, musicians and writers and others  in Warren County, NJ. It’s called “ParkFest.” It’s being held in a park created around one of the locks of the famous Morris Canal. I’m excited … Continue reading

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Plotting the next Frank Nagler stories

Since completing the third Frank Nagler story, “The Weight of Living,” due to be released April 25, I’ve been thinking about what’s next for Frank and his guys. In “Weight” Nagler searches for the identify of a young girl discovered … Continue reading

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‘The Weight of Living’ to be released April 25

My publisher, Imzadi Publishing, has announced that the next Frank Nagler mystery, “The Weight of Living,” will be released April 25. My thanks to the Imzadi crew. What is exciting is that that this will be one of four new … Continue reading

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Upcoming: A reading at Hackettstown Public Library

Thanks to the Hackettstown Public Library for the chance to speak about and read from my Frank Nagler Mystery series. I’ll be at the library at 110 Church Street from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. December 14. Thanks to Program Coordinator … Continue reading

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‘The Weight of Living’ accepted for publication

I am pleased to say that the third Frank Nagler book, “The Weight of Living,” has been accepted for publication by Imzadi publishing. No release date has been announced, but clearly it will be in early 2017. Thanks to the … Continue reading

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Transitional scenes in ‘The Weight of Living’. The next Frank Nagler Mystery

I’m about half-way through writing “The Weight of Living,” the third Frank Nagler Mystery.  It has been a long haul, but to use a really  bad trucking metaphor (Here’s to you, Dee Fox) I have crested the mountaintop and have … Continue reading

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‘Changes’ conversation: 226 views and counting

Thanks to author Sally Ember for the chance to participate in a videocast on her on-going series of conversations, “Changes.” We are at 226 views. That seems rather amazing to me. We talked about Maine, journalism, a view of life … Continue reading

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‘Changes:’ Me live on a podcast at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Oh, my

I am appearing on a podcast at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30. The show is called “Changes” and is the production of Sally Ember … author and blogger… see: http://www.sallyember.com. We will talk about writing and a host of topics … Continue reading

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