30 November 2013
Thanks to reviewer Amos
Lassen for his perceptive review (link directly below) of the recently
released audiobook of The Ninth Man,
book #2 of the Dick Hardesty Mystery series: http://reviewsbyamoslassen.com/?p=25806.
You can hear a sample by clicking on the green "Sample" button below
the cover at this link:
in the hamster cage goes on apace. Still heavy concentration on getting
all my books done as audiobooks…which will still take about a year.
However, the following are already available: Calico,
Dreams of a Calico Mouse, Short Circuits: a Life in Blogs, The
Butcher’s Son, The Ninth Man, His Name is John, Aaron’s Wait, and Caesar’s Fall.
A World Ago: a Navy Man’s
Letters Home, 1954-1956, is close to completion, and narration
is beginning on The Hired Man and Dante’s Circle.
While the holiday shopping season isn’t officially here yet—and I hate
when people try to rush it—you might start considering the fact that
books—in print, e-book, or audiobook—make an ideal and easy-to-give
gift. And with that in mind, I’d like to call your attention to “
The Serpent's Tongue,
Dick Hardesty book #15 (!) remains somewhere in the publisher's
pipeline, though I am not privy to exactly where and still have no idea
as to a release date. Frustrating!
Once again, I hope you might have the time and inclination to follow my
Monday and Thursday blogs, "friend"me on Facebook and Google+ if we're
not already connected there, and check out the dozens of photos I post
regularly on www.pinterest.com/doriengrey.
Sorry if this is a bit short, but I’ve got to get back to work (it’s a
sad fact that I find myself having to spend more time beating the drums
for my writing than actually writing. (As I say, “Frustrating.”)
If we don't talk before then, have a Happy Thanksgiving!