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Light is time glowing

When space becomes energy; gathers. Light is time glowing. Boundaries blur, Heat, light shift. Touch, love, desire; all. Dark eyes light skin like silk soft; a sound teasing, whispering understood. Things  taken, given. Time is light bent around us.

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New Jersey mystery captures new award

I am greatly pleased and honored to announce that  THE WEIGHT LIVING, Book 3 in the New Jersey-based Frank Nagler series has been graced with another award. Thank you Maincrest Media Awards. “The Weight of  Living by Michael Stephen Daigle … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: 15 sentences change the story

A turning point in Nagler 5, told in 15 sentences: “The storm never came. The promise of the storm had arrived. Muscular clouds pressed gloom below the hilltops. Trickster winds flipped the fall’s last leaves from wet grass to the … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: Finding conspiracy

After a fire, after a murder, after friends leaving, after threats, Detective Frank Nagler visits a place he finds soothing: The Old Iron Bog: “The Old Iron Bog was as dark as a bad idea when Frank Nagler arrived; the … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: ‘Waiting for the Lies’

A new sample from Nagler 5, now called “Waiting for the Lies.”   An  explosion  leveled two blocks of downtown Ironton. Lauren Fox, the city planner (and Frank Nagler’s companion,  is charged with determining a redevelopment plan, but sees trouble … Continue reading

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THE RED HAND and THE WEIGHT of LIVING named Gold Star Winners in Elite Choice Book Awards

To my great astonishment, THE RED HAND and THE WEIGHT OF LIVING, both part of the Frank Nagler Mystery series, published by Imzadi Publishing, have each been named a GOLD STAR WINNER by the Elite Choice Book Awards. My thanks … Continue reading

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Nagler 5: ‘You Were Never Here’

Frank Nagler Book 5 is on the way. This story follows THE WEIGHT OF LIVING. The key elements: A destructive fire that ruins a section  of downtown Ironton, N.J. The request by a police cadet that Nagler open a cold … 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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Bob and Emilio discuss Christmas

Bob brushed the cold plastic seat of the park bench before he sat. It was an old habit. He and his grandfather used to sit on the benches on Boston Common and gaze at the lighted trees and absorb the … Continue reading

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Kirkus Review of THE RED HAND: ‘One of modern fiction’s expertly drawn detectives.’

It’s been quite a week for THE RED HAND. A couple of awards, and an unexpectedly strong review from Kirkus Reviews. I’m humbled and thrilled. Thanks to all.   From the Kirkus Review: “This dense, engrossing prequel illuminates why Frank … Continue reading

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