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2016 in Review: The Non-Fiction

Here’s a bunch of the non-fiction stuff I did in 2016! A Story and a Scar – Pediatric Congenital Heart Association On Overcoming a Deadly Case of Writer’s Block – LitHub 10 Authors with Tattoos Inspired by Their Own Books – Electric Literature … Continue reading

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2016 in Review: The Interviews

I’m a big fan of interviews, and this year I interviewed a lot of people at LitReactor. I’m not going to lie to you—a lot of these people are folks who had books coming out, and I wanted to read them early, … Continue reading

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“The Gift of the Wiseguy”

Every year The Mysterious Bookshop commissions a Christmas story. They print up booklets and hand them out for free to customers. Past contributors include Ed McBain, Donald Westlake, Mary Higgins Clark, Megan Abbott, and Lawrence Block. This year I wrote … Continue reading

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SOUTH VILLAGE is out today

Today’s the day. South Village is available. It’s my third novel. One I thought wouldn’t come together, but ended up being pretty deeply personal. I am very proud of it and hope you will check it out. Click the cover … Continue reading

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Events this week!

South Village comes out THIS TUESDAY! I have three events this week! Coincidence? I think not. Oct. 11. Staten Island Barnes & Noble. 6:30 p.m. Details and RSVP here. Oct. 12. Joint release party with Bracken MacLeod (Stranded). The Mysterious Bookshop, 58 Warren … Continue reading

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Vote for me (please)

The Staten Island Advance is running a poll on Staten Island’s Best Artists & Entertainers. I’m up in the Best Artist (Written) category. So, that’s pretty cool! If you want to click over and vote for me, I’d be much … Continue reading

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Bouchercon highlights

Another Bouchercon is in the books. For those of you who don’t know, Bouchercon is the premier conference for crime and mystery writers, named after famed editor and author Anthony Boucher. This year’s con was in New Orleans, where the humidity, … Continue reading

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