DRAGONY RISING: The Best Frank Nagler Mystery yet. What do you do when someone wants to destroy your city?
“A very well written and highly engaging book that sucked me in right away. The author masterfully crafted a fast paced and very realistic crime story. If you are into crime drama or mysteries, this book is a must! Well done...well done indeed!”
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Tag Archives: Maine
This is a story about change in a small Maine town. The changes come in many forms. This piece is about setting the framework: The first sign that change had come to Mount Jensen, Maine was the sight of … Continue reading
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
I think I’ll go bald. Seems all the rage. Actors who were popular when they had hair are now bald, and still seem popular. That would mean that I would have to shave my head. But I grew a beard … Continue reading
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
NOTE: This is what results from a little research into composting toilet systems, recollections of summers on Garland Pond, Maine, and a dip into the pool of Maine story telling traditions. The author can not be held accountable if any … Continue reading
We just wanted a fair wage for our blueberry picking. Little did we know how our struggles would fit in to the grand global struggle between labor and management, the haves and the have-nots, and supply and demand. Some of … Continue reading
I’m taking part in two reading events this week. The first is “Raise Your Voice,” at the Phillipsburg, N.J. Free Public Library from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Writers will get a few minutes to read from their work. The … Continue reading
In one of the stories resting comfortably in a computer file (and backed up on a hard drive) is “Oswald’s War.” It’s about the homecoming of Nola Jensen to Mt. Jensen, Maine, named for her ancestors. She is seeking a … Continue reading
An excerpt from “What happened when the post office closed: A love letter”. The unnamed characters in this story are the models for two of the main characters in the in-progress novel, “Oswald’s War.” Short link for this story: http://wp.me/p1mc2c-4y … Continue reading