Today, I’ve added a new Free Story, Nana & Papa & Dogs, in which I review a slew of the memorable and oft downright odd canines owned by my grandparents. Hope you get a chuckle out of it.
Hi, Everyone. I’ve just posted a new FREE STORY, entitled Early To Bed, Early To Rise, about a young boy whose midnight rambles drive his parents to distraction. I hope you read it and I hope you like it.
The occasion for the story’s posting is the imminent release of my latest, greatest, much-awaited and long-overdue fourth story in the Snarkey & Putts Paranormal Attorneys-At-Law series, The Case of the Unchained Immigrant. In it, Snarkey and Putts must deal with serial murders, a mythological demon from another country, contractual disputes and issues of immigration and insurance law.
The book will be available on Amazon in both Kindle eBook format and paperback. Right now, I’m awaiting artist Angel Nichols’ final version of the cover illustration, but I’ve posted her most recent sketch above, showing poor Putts, my lawyer cum everyman, getting an earful in stereo. You’re going to like The Unchained Immigrant.
I’ve been neglecting this blog. I know… I know… I’ll try to be more consistent. I really will try, but you’ll just have to live with me as I am.
Anyway, I’ve posted two new free stories since I last blogged: Friendship, a tale about my Dad, his friends and food, and Raiders of the Lost Docs, based on a real incident in my life as a litigator. For some reason, I can’t insert links today. While I’m figuring out the problem, you can use the scroll-down menus to find the stories.
Last, you should check out my YouTube channel at
and my latest Snarkey & Putts video at
Well, at least I can insert videos.
You might be interested to know I’ve added a new page. It’s a boy-and-his-dog story that has something to do with my latest work-in-progess, a novel I call, Mr. Lake. More on it later.
But for now, please check out the story: How I Got Ginger. I think you’ll get a kick out of it.