The Tipping Point
First, I thought followers might be interested in these few sentences from a January 4, 2013 blog post, way back when my writing focus was entirely on the book about the Stacey Burns murder.
(From January 4, 2013) “At this time, Murder in a Small Town; The Tragic Death of Stacey Burns is sorely lacking some details which Stacey’s family could supply to help me to make the story a fair and reasonable portrayal of a wonderful person. I know they are not in favor of this book, but I still contend that just maybe I could help to somehow… Continue reading
The topic is obvious. When do we lose the ability to be discouraged?
Is it when we’re twenty-two and don’t get a job we applied for?
Is it when we’re thirty, and realize that we’re two steps behind on the basketball court?
Is it when we’re forty, and don’t get the expected promotion?
Is it when we are fifty, and are told that a new person could do our jobs, and at half the cost?
Is it when we are sixty, and realize that we’re… Continue reading
As of Thursday morning, the finished manuscript of The Tipping Point, my new novel, is in the hands of a manuscript evaluator. It is expected back in three weeks or less, after which the editing and copy-editing processes will begin.
This is the fourth in the Detective Parke Havenot series. Here is a look at the draft blurb for the back cover.
“When the killer of Linda Philips is brought up for parole after only five years in prison, Detective Parker Havenot is the only spectator at the hearing. He is stunned when the parole board allows Alex… Continue reading