Rob Dinsmoor: “You’ll Never See It Coming”

You'll Never See It Coming book cover“Rob Dinsmoor’s You’ll Never See It Coming impresses readers with delightful vignettes of life: dirty tricks played on childhood friends; a treacherous ride with youthful friends to a wedding in a rattling old jalopy; even a whimsical science-fiction tale that evokes images of, “Attack of the Fungus Creature.” 

“Dinsmoor’s wordsmithing is superb and his imagination knows no bounds. It’s a great read.”  -Phil Temples, A Home for Laika and The Kanawha Anomaly

“Luck: Stories” by Ed Meeks

Luck: StoriesZvi Sesling writes on the Bagel Bards mailing list:

Ed Meeks’ short story book “Luck: Stories” was the first book of stories (not flash or micro) I’d read in a long time. Since then I’ve read a number of short story books and then re-read Ed’s which is thoroughly enjoyable and as good as anyone’s.  I recommend it highly. I have also enjoyed immensely Rob Dinsmoor’s  and Gregory Wolos’ short fiction.  Add to that Michael C. Keith‘s numerous flash/micro books and memoir and finally Phil Temples’ novels and his flash book and you have a collection of writing to keep you entertained in the house, on the beach, in the backyard or on an airplane or cruise.  And they’re all Bards!   Finally, Renuka Raghavan’s new book is out soon from Cervena Barva.   Enjoy them all !


Interviewed for The Writer’s Voice Podcast

the writer's voice podcast screenshotYesterday, I was interviewed on Zoom by Linda McHenry for The Writer’s Voice podcast. I spoke about my writing career, and my Carrie Bloomfield series of scientific murder mysteries.  I also described my novel “The Kanawha Anomaly” coming out from Moonshine Cove Publishing in August, 2021, 

The interview was a lot of fun. Linda has a way of putting even the most nervous interviewee at ease!