My book review is up today at Los Angeles Review of Books of Alison Gaylin’s latest psychological thriller If I Die Tonight. What a compelling, gripping read!
If you want to learn more about it, check out my review. And hopefully it will inspire you to read her book, if you haven’t picked up a copy already.
It’s that time of year! The LA Times Festival of Books! I look forward to this every year and I’ll be there signing copies of The Night of the Flood and Cleaning Up Finn.
It’s this weekend Sat 4/21 – Sun 4/22 at the USC campus (boo! Go Bruins!) and there will be books everywhere plus food trucks, panels, kids stuff, poetry readings, and giveaways. It’s heaven for book lovers!
Come find me on Saturday 4/21:
Sisters in Crime – booth #367 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Mystery Writers of America – booth #376 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Mysterious Galaxy – booth #368 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Hope to see you there!
A big thank you to author Alex Segura for inviting Ed and I to chat about The Night of the Flood in his latest Stuff & Nonsense newsletter. We list 6 things we learned editing this anthology…and one thing I never did learn.
The newsletter also featured an essay from author William Boyle and his new book, The Lonely Witness, that will be out May 1, 2018. It sounds right up my alley and I don’t know why I haven’t read him before.
If you’re not reading Alex Segura yet, you should be. His latest Pete Fernandez book is coming out soon from Polis Books. You can preorder Blackout here!
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E.A. Aymar and I are featured on Episode 3 of Michael Pool’s Crime Syndicate podcast. We talk about The Night of the Flood and other writerly issues that hopefully make us sound smart. We also read brief excerpts from our stories in The Night of the Flood.
There are some technical difficulties which I blame solely on Ed but if you stick it out for a few minutes, Ed won’t sound like he’s under water.
Thank you, Michael, for having us!