(Silverdale, Washington; August 6, 2020) – My oldest nephew wrote me in January to ask how I write so easily. He’s 15, and is trying to write the first in a series of adventures stories. He wanted to know how I come up with my stories, such as Proud Lion, the first of the “Accidental … Continue reading The Writer’s Craft – The Journey of a Million Words
Well, THAT didn’t quite go as planned…again! The Hanged Man was a difficult story to write. Partly because the plot painted me into a corner (I blame the plot, not myself), and partly because, although it was started and set in July, the sequence of events I’m living as I get near retiring from the … Continue reading Well, THAT Didn’t go as Planned…Again!
And another one is in the books! Looking Back is, I admit, technically not a Norfolk Murder as it took place seventeen years prior on the carrier USS Carl Vinson in the Arabian Sea. However, I judged it appropriate to give poor Isaac Shepherd a break and let him have at least one month go … Continue reading Another One is in the Books!