1: Flat regions on either side of the forehead 2: Places or things regarded as having within them a divine presence 3: Devices in looms that keep cloth stretched to the correct width during weaving 4: Buildings reserved for a highly valued function: libraries, temples of learning 5: Phil Temples.
My friend, Michael C. Keith, appeared last week on Doug Holder’s Poet to Poet, Writer to Writer series on Somerville Community Access TV. The YouTube interview can be viewed at <https://somerville.vod.castus.tv/vod/?video=335e1fa6-690b-4b41-a051-06dba351f965&nav=recent>.
If you’ve read the manuscript for my upcoming Carrie Bloomfield novel “Uncontacted Frontier” you’ll know the Harpy Eagle figures prominently in the story plot:
Meet The Harpy Eagle, A Bird So Big, Some People Think It’s A Person In A Costume
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This week’s issue of Snowflakes in a Blizzard highlights my 2017 horror-thriller, “Helltown Chronicles”:
Why should this photo remind you of Helltown Chronicles? Check out this sample text from Chapter 19.
Robin Stratton put in a nice plug for The Winship Affair and other area authors’ books today.
I received good news earlier in the week: Moonshine Cove Publishing accepted my manuscript Uncontacted Frontier for publication. It will be the third book in the Carrie Bloomfield series of scientific mystery novels. I’m estimating it will be produced in spring/summer of 2020.
A thumbnail image of the front cover of The Allston Variant now graces the home page of the Mystery Writers of America New England Chapter‘s web site!
Doug Holder interviews author Phil Temples on the Somerville Community Television series, Writer to Writer, Poet to Poet on July 2, 2019 about his book, “Machine Feelings.”
On June 12, I was afforded the opportunity read a brief excerpt from my upcoming Carrie Bloomfield mystery novel, Uncontacted Frontier at a meeting of the New England chapter of Mystery Writers of America in Brookline. Approximately a dozen writers read from recently published works and works-in-progress. The sessions were video-taped; I hope the footage is made available for posting.