Category Archives: Sally Ember

The thing about light

The thing about light. It bents, fades, hides. It darkens, shades, dims. But never leaves. It is always light somewhere. Even in sorrowing hearts. It shines in your eyes, Brushes your skin, Glistens in your hair Floats in your voice, … Continue reading

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A review: “My Pilot: A story of war, love and ALS” by Sarajane Giere

We want to live meaningful lives, times filled with love, joy and fulfillment. But a meaningful life does not mean that it’s a life without sorrow, trouble or pain. Such is the life presented by author Sarajane Giere in her … Continue reading

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NAGLER 5: Leonard, past and present

Leonard is Detective Frank Nagler oldest friend, a blind man who runs a bookstore. He has been central to three of the previous Frank Nagler Mysteries. In the quiet times sitting alone near the  front window, Leonard would see them … Continue reading

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RED HAND interview with Steve Miletto

Thanks Steve. My interview with Steven Miletto on writing and THE RED HAND, https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/michael-s-daigle-discusses-creating-characters-writing-and-his-latest-thriller-the-red-hand-302/ From Steve: The interview is now published on Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Podbean, Stitcher, the Education Podcast Network, VoicEd Radio (Canada), and a … Continue reading

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The shriek

The shriek tore open the void Like lightening rips a dark sky Like a million souls unleashing the scream of a thousand years That carries the wounded rage of us. Did you see them? The faces. Eyes teared and bloody … Continue reading

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Chains

We locked ourselves up; always have. In ships, in ghettos, in little boxes. Small spaces in which we can not breathe Spaces in which we die. Divided by faces and beliefs, voices and dances. My people would not do that. … Continue reading

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New 5-star review for THE RED HAND–Many thanks!

The prose is crisp and delectable and the overall writing featuring descriptions that pull readers into a dark wave sweeping through a city. The chilling story is fast-paced, twisty, and with the potential to hold readers awake throughout the night. … Continue reading

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A newspaper life

I miss the newspaper business. I spent half my life there. So when a story as big as Covid-19 shows up, I want to be in on the reporting. I want to be leaning over a desk with three or … Continue reading

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THE RED HAND a 2020 Top Shelf Book Awards nominee

THE RED HAND, the fourth Frank Nagler Mystery is a nominee for the 2020 Top Shelf Books Awards. The multi-award winning book has been named: Distinguished Favorite in the 2019 Big NYC Book Contest; Second Place winner for mysteries in … Continue reading

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The Great Emptying aftermath. WIP: ‘Mount Jensen’

The injured voices will always fill the night, the child will always need succor. Who among us will harden their hearts when the cry comes? Whose will soften? There will come a time when your answer stares back at you. … Continue reading

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