INTERVIEW IN UK, Key of Mystery

Interview, Key of Mystery This is a pretty cool interview, and it includes one of my recent playlists from my boxing classes.  

Adventures in Writing

Guest post Bitten, Shifted...the not so Normal buy Key of Mystery on Amazon Check out my guest post about some of my traveling adventures while writing Key of Mystery. Such as, the fantastical lake view from my window at Tyrone Guthrie Centre in Ireland, where I was lucky enough to be invited as a Fellow …

The Haunting of William Gray and Ghostly Islands

I have always loved nothing better than to find a cozy spot by the fire during stormy weather and read a good book. Preferably a book about mystery and romance, set on a wild moor, a creepy castle, a wind-swept island...you get the idea. My imagination was shaped by Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca, Frenchman's Creek, My Cousin Rachel...I read all …

FREE AT LAST!

SILVIA SANCHEZ is FREE!!!! She has been granted parole! Thank you everyone for your prayers and positive thoughts. This is truly one of the best days of my life. When I think back on this journey that started twenty years ago at a steel table at Central Juvenile Hall, when I met Silvia for the …

SILVIA ON MY MIND

For those who remember, I am supporting the release of Silvia Sanchez after twenty years in prison. I do not cease to think of her every day. Here I am, twenty years later, on a hillside above Lake Arenal, Costa Rica, listening to the driving rain, thunder and lightening and reflecting on how mysterious life is and magical …

ISLANDS & LAKES & the SKY IN-BETWEEN, Part II

The little Cessna plane that took me on the last leg of my journey from San Jose to Liberia, in a thunderstorm, no less. I was the only passenger on that bumpy ride with two jolly pilots, who laughing and joking, plunged in and out of clouds, vision obscured, rain pummeling the panes, the plane shaking …

ISLANDS & LAKES & THE SKY IN-BETWEEN Part I

   The first two weeks of October at Noepe Center on Martha's Vineyard, working on my Night Angels series, and what better place to create a sense of intimacy in writing. A perfect little world, detached from all the rest, no car, not even a Starbucks (hurray). Only sea and sky and wind-swept beaches, delicate forests that open onto ponds where …