Tag Archives: Frank Nagler

A snippet: Frank Nagler healing

From “A Game Called Dead.” How Frank Nagler begins to heal:   “He put the phone away and smiled wearily.  He thought of the night that Martha and he had ridden in the ambulance to Ironton General, that last night. … Continue reading

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Hackettstown Library reading, March 14

I’ll be reading from and discussing the Frank Nagler Mysteries at the Hackettstown Public Library from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 14. The library is located at 110 Church Street. This will be the second time I have been … Continue reading

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Changing genres: Experimentation in writing

“A chef pulls at the edges of their menus to see what new tastes can be created, a photographer tries new mediums, combining old and new, an engineer, a teacher, a social worker, turn their efforts sideways to gain new … Continue reading

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A taste of something new (and not a murder mystery)

This a  piece from a story called “The year the world came to Mount Jensen, Maine.” It’s the tale of a small Maine town that is going through changes and features such characters as Max Danton, a teen-ager blogger, Henderson, … Continue reading

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Another 5-Star review for ‘The Weight of Living.’ Thanks from a grateful author

HOT NEW REVIEW: ★★★★★ The Weight of Living “Intrigue at its finest!” February 12, 2019 I picked this book to read from a recommendation of a friend. By accident, I started with book 3 of the Frank Nagler Mystery series. … Continue reading

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New format for ‘The Frank Nagler Anthology’

I am glad to announce new formats for the Frank Nagler Anthology, a collection of the first three Frank Nagler Mysteries. Thanks for my publisher, Imzadi Publishing.  It was first issued as a hardcover, but is now available on Amazon … Continue reading

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Two interviews. Thanks

I’ve had the privilege of being interviewed on two blog sites in the  past week.   Thanks to Claire Jennison and Kris Wampler for including me. Here’s the links:   https://penningandplanning.com/2019/01/04/authors-40-series-michael-daigle/   https://kriswampler.com/2018/12/29/michael-stephen-daigle/   For more information visit: https://www.authorbookings.com/members/michael-daigle

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One last Christmas pilgrimage

The kid in the ski cap pulled off the jumper cables and shook his head. “It’s dead, man. Sorry.” The old man slumped behind the steering wheel. “One more try?” A cloud of frost filled the kid’s face and he … Continue reading

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Why writing a first draft is like performing stand-up with hecklers

“She…” Who’s that? What? Who’s she? The woman in the story. I don’t know. I haven’t named her yet. How are we supposed to like her if she hasn’t got a name? How do you know you’re supposed to like … Continue reading

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‘A Game Called Dead’ cover a winner. Congratulations, Anita!

Just got word: The cover  for “A Game Called Dead,” the second Frank Nagler Mystery, created by Anita Dugan-Moore was presented a Bronze Medal in the 2018 Cover Contest  by http://www.authorsdb.com.  This is the second award Anita has won in … Continue reading

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