Best laid plans often go awry

Best laid plans often go awry

Whoever churned out that nugget of wisdom was a genius rivaling Eintein. My best laid plans included finishing three writing projects before devotingmy time, energy, and future first-born child to the rough draft of “Northcoast Shakedown.” And yes, they went awry. April Fools Day came and went with a long, fannish tome called “Disappear” heading …

Five short stories

Five short stories

If you’re reading this on the web, it probably means that I have five short stories out there somewhere, which means I’m doing something right. That warrants a web site, dontcha think? After all, all writers, even the gent who snubbed Oprah, thrive on blatant self promotion. And that’s really what these clever little blurbs …

No longer an exclusive

No longer an exclusive

I’ve said in this space before that I’m by far not the only mystery writer working in the Queen City.  Cathie and John Celestri (aka Cathie John), Jeffrey Marks, and Sharon Short all make their home here.  The most famous among our number is Jack Kerley, who lives right across the river in Newport, KY. …