Experts preach that a well-written novel doesn’t need a prequel. The prologue to my first novel, Sins of Omission, has drawn more remarks from readers than any other. Colleagues at Pittsburgh South Writer’s Group dissected the first two chapters of my next, so-far-untitled novel last night. Amid the many complimentary comments, this advice that fixes…… Continue reading Prologues in a novel
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I will be discussing Sins of Omission and signing books at two bookstores and at Jacksonville Book Fest during late February. See the schedule here. I hope to see you there!
Deborah Kalb, the host of Book Q&As, featured an interview with me on Friday concerning my novel, Sins of Omission. I hope you’ll find it of interest.
My first novel, Sins of Omission, is enjoying uniformly positive reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. I’ve had sales in three countries outside the US. I’m pleased with the way this is going. Meanwhile, I finished the first draft of my “prequel” to Sins, tentatively titled Breaking News. This story picks up my reporter/protagonist, Alan Rudberg, in 2008…… Continue reading Great reviews, first draft of prequel complete