The first chapter of my new screwball-comedy thiller read aloud by me. I’m not Laurence Olivier but my rates are reasonable.Continue reading →
“…Nicky’s attempts to prove his innocence, get to the bottom of who framed him, and make things right involve him with a rogue’s gallery of great characters, improbable situations, and delightful vignettes….”Continue reading →
There’s always mixed feelings when your children (in this case, my next book) go out into the world on their own…Continue reading →
Why you might want the ebook version of ‘Swindler & Son’ (coming December 16th!) even if you usually don’t like ebooks – and how you can get the ebook version for free!Continue reading →
‘Swindler & Son’ is now available on Netgalley for a limited time, so jump on it, reviewers!Continue reading →
We went to a very small film festival the other night in Tribeca – an evening of independent short films, a real variety of style and subject matter. But this story stood out and I couldn’t miss passing it on. … Continue reading →
In total contrast to the whining from the Trump White House, the FBI, CIA and Obama White House all acted in ways that benefited Trump’s campaign, not Hillary’s. Why on Earth would they do that?
[Because}They were all convinced Hillary would win.
And nobody wanted to give the blustering Trump–who was already complaining loudly that the election was rigged against him–any more reason to martyr himself. Nobody wanted to help him set up his own pseudo-Fox News after the election. Nobody wanted to hobble Hillary’s administration completely by looking partisan.Continue reading →
Me: Xerox is gone. Claire: What? Me: Bought by Fujifilm, the name is going away forever. Claire: No, it won’t. Every time you make a ‘Xerox’ of something– Me: But you don’t, not anymore. You scan, you send an attachment, … Continue reading →
It’s a snow day. When I was a kid, snow days meant you could go outside, run around in snow up to your knees (at least) and throw snowballs at any target you thought you could hit. You could build … Continue reading →