Friends turn out for triple book signing in Nahant

So grateful for the turnout of friends at the book signing in Nahant. That kind of support definitely gives an author inspiration to write the next book.

Here's a photo of the three authors at Seasons restaurant: David Liscio, chef Peter Davis and writer Tom MacDonald with their books on display.

If you missed the event, you can still grab copies on line.

For my serial-killer Deadly Fare and mafia thriller Blood Sons, click on the links below:




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Bringing a little crime to New Hampshire (September 2018)

Bringing books to the readers. The Sept. 13 reading and book signing at the public library in Lincoln, NH was fun.

My crime fiction colleague Sue Coletta, author of nine books, brought along her Guess-the-Serial Killer game so the audience could participate. The winners were awarded "body parts" Gummy candy. How's that for staying with the event's serial-killer theme?

Stay tuned. More book signings coming up in October. If you haven't grabbed a copy of my serial-killer thriller Deadly Fare, or my new mafia thriller Blood Sons, it's time your fingers wandered over to Amazon. 

Both books are available in paperback and ebook. The links are posted below. And if you're local, as in within 50 miles of Nahant, Massachusetts, shoot me an email and I'll leave a signed copy for you on my doorstep.



If you click today, you get both ebooks for under $7. The paperbacks are $13.99 each on Amazon, but only $12 signed directly from me.


Save the date. Indie Author Day in Nahant is Oct. 14

I’ll be attending Indie Author Day at the public library in Nahant, MA on Oct. 14. The event begins at 4 p.m. and I’ll be reading from my new mafia thriller Blood Sons.

You can grab a copy from Amazon beforehand —- $2.99 for the ebook or $12.99 for the paperback. Or, you can get a signed copy directly from me at the Nahant event for $12.

Here’s the Amazon link:

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Book reviews are important so please write one.

Amazon's massive computers recognize which books have achieved a speciifc number of reviews. Once certain levels are achieved, Amazon gives those titles a boost. Please review my books -- Deadly Fare and Blood Sons -- presuming you've read them. 



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Why bloggers are so important to authors (August 2018)

Author/blogger Janice Spina interviewed me following the New England Author Expo and posted the result on her Jemsbooks blog. The interview shines light on my two novels -- Deadly Fare and Blood Sons.

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I'll be at the New England Authors Expo on July 25

So excited to attend the New England Authors Expo at the Danversport Yacht Club in Danvers, MA on July 25. Dozens of other authors will be there talking about their books. I'll be bringing paperbacks of my crime fiction novels Deadly Fare and Blood Sons. #NewEnglandAuthorsExpo

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Free copy of Blood Sons to first 20 reviewers (June 2018)

I'm looking for feedback on my new mafia thriller Blood Sons, which released this week. I'm giving away free review copies to the first 20 readers who respond, so don't wait. Fill out this short form and add your Kindle email address.

If you want to learn more about Blood Sons, check it out on Amazon:


Here's the review copy request form: