Tag Archives: Lee Alan

The evolution of the Frank Nagler Mysteries: A couple samples from early versions.

The Frank Nagler Mystery series began with a small police blog item in a newspaper years ago. Soon, I began to write a series of short sketches to build out the story. I must have written four or five, each … Continue reading

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Reading and discussion 1 p.m., May 11 at Independence library

I will be at the Independence branch of the Warren County Library at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 11 for a reading and discussion about the Frank Nagler Mysteries and other writing topics, including the new book in the series, “The … Continue reading

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A new 5-star review for ‘The Swamps of Jersey’

A 5-star review for “The Swamps of Jersey” Thank you Arthur.   Arthur W. Turfa   5.0 out of 5 starsRealistic, well-written mystery “Michael Daigle combines his experience as a journalist with impressive fiction-writing skills to craft something that could … Continue reading

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A sample from WIP ‘Mount Jensen:’ Cooking class, a three-ooff omelet

A knife load of butter, three fingers of chopped onion, a fistful of sliced potatoes, turned twice, and then pushed to the edge of the grill, away from the main heat. Four pieces of toast, six fried eggs sunny-side-up arranged … Continue reading

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The ‘official’ cover reveal for ‘The Red Hand’: Clues in plain sight

“Of course they were red, the hand prints. The color of blood, red; the color of life, dripping between the hollow cracks of the siding. Leaking, crimson, chosen carefully. I’m here, the killer said, bragging. Try to find me. – … Continue reading

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The link to my interview on the Author’s Show

This is the live link (for 25 hours) to my interview with writer Linda Thompson on The Author’s Show, a web network for authors to discuss their work. Please give a listen. (Thanks!) The interview will be rebroadcast on March … Continue reading

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I’m on a worldwide radio broadcast March 19 (Wow!)

The Author’s Show —  www.theauthorsshow.com – will broadcast an interview with me for 24 hours on March 19. The interview will be broadcast starting at Midnight and play continuously for 24 hours. The interview can be accessed on the website … Continue reading

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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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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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