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
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Another quick look at the Frank Nagler work in progress, this one with his wife Martha. For a deeper look at what they mean to each other, read A GAME CALLED DEAD, the award winning second book in the series. … Continue reading
I’ll be joining host Georjean Trinkle on her show Hot in Hunterdon on the Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce Radio Network at 4 p.m. today. We’ll be discussing the Frank Nagler Mystery Series, including the award-winning “The Weight of Living.” The … Continue reading
“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
The third Frank Nagler Mystery, “The Weight of Living,” has been named a Notable 100 Book in the 2018 Shelf Unbound Indie Book Awards. Thanks to Shelf Unbound, and to the Imzadi Publishing gang, Janice Grove and Anita-Dugan Moore. Anita’s … Continue reading
Writing a prequel is hard. I already know everything that is supposed to happen, and faithful readers (THANK YOU!) have an expectation that I will explain it all as I look back at the beginning of the series. So, that’s … Continue reading
Sunlight cracks the shell Where you went to hide When the world turned cold. They did not leave you, But knew where you were hiding Convinced of your loneliness. They come to the wall And leave messages in … Continue reading