John Miller of National Review likes to interview authors and recently posted this one with me. He does a very nice job and I hope you think I do too. You can listen here: http://radio.nationalreview.com/betweenthecovers/post/?q=Mzk4ZmYxMzNmZGQ4Yzg3NGE1OTFkYzk4YzkyNzRhNTI=
Pleased to report that THE SKELETON BOX has joined my pal Gillian Flynn’s GONE GIRL on the Heartland Bestseller list for hardcover fiction, with some other authors like Grisham you have heard of. Here’s the link:
Had the good fortune today to write a blog for Jungle Red, where eight smart and sassy crime fiction writers dish on writing and life. I wrote about how lucky I am to have a day job that pays the bills so I can make up (mostly) what I want to make up. Read it here:
It’s always great to hear from old friends, especially when they’re plugging your new book–or not–in your old stomping grounds. Please check out this funny piece from Rich Perlberg, who hired me in my first full-time journalism job at the Brighton Argus and Livingston County Press in Michigan. (One thing: I don’t have goalie gear in my car because I don’t play goalie–nor is THE SKELETON BOX necessarily the final installment in the Starvation Lake series).