The Green Beret series is back; and with free books

The Green Beret series is back; and with free books

With over two million copies sold, the Green Beret series was my first and closest to me. I wrote six initially featuring Dave Riley, starting with Eyes of the Hammer (free on all ebook platforms) through Z: Final Countdown. Then I was into my Area 51 series. I went...
The State of Publishing and Quitting Writing

The State of Publishing and Quitting Writing

I’ve seen a number of posts lately with writers dismayed at the state of the industry and their careers. Which actually, I’ve been hearing ever since I got into this business. Not much new except for the details. It’s always been hard. I’ve...
The Pinkertons are Planning for Disaster

The Pinkertons are Planning for Disaster

Yes, the Pinkertons. When I saw the image with the pink paintballs in the NY Times article, I thought it was some kind of joke; I didn’t think of the Pinkerton Agency. I didn’t even know it still existed. So I didn’t read the article until last...
Anatomy of a Scene

Anatomy of a Scene

This is the opening scene of New York Minute– the event that starts everything in motion heading toward a bloody showdown a week later, when the Blackout occurs on 13 July. Thursday Night, 7 July 1977WEST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN On the far side of a lot cluttered...