I decided, long ago, back-room negotiations with
a nine iron and a pen, witness tampering, and
suppression of evidence weren’t for me. That’s
what was expected of an independent lawyer hired
by Louis Fernoza.
I wanted the corner office overlooking a
cityscape, the fine car and house, and the ability to
sleep at night with a clear conscience. I’d say I
achieved it all but not without a price.
Here’s a preview of the second Digital Age Cozy in the Marjorie Gardens Mystery series: Chapter One I didn’t know what to expect when Raymond Lockhart phoned and interrupted my shower. He lived a few houses down from me, but we barely spoke. Until this past April, he’d been simply the retired private eye withContinue reading “Preview: Prepped for the Kill, Marjorie Gardens Mystery #2”
I remember back in my early published days, the marketing avenue for writers were print and radio media. I recall a story about a writer whose claim to sucess was his ability to buy thousands of dollars worth of magazine, newspaper, and radio advertisements. So, I’m wondering, whatever happened to those selfmade authors who flood-marketedContinue reading “Did They Make Their Money Back?”