I’ve been informed that my novel The Winship Affair will be the featured book read for a women’s book club that meets in members’ homes in the condo complex where I live. I have been invited to attend their meeting in January (the only male in attendance?) as they meet to discuss my book.
(This might pose a dilemma for some of the participants: how easy will it be for them to critically discuss the book while their neighbor-author is in attendance?)
Robin Stratton put in a nice plug for The Winship Affair and other area authors’ books today.
Pleasantly surprised to see Big Table publisher Robin Stratton keeps a copy of my novel, “The Winship Affair” (Blue Mustang Press) on her book shelf.
Coming to a T station near you–a mock billboard ad.
November 19: Local Author’s Night in the Topsfield Town Library. Phil Temples displays copies of The Winship Affair.
If you’ve ever dreamed of writing a novel, dream no more. Thanks to NaNoWriMo, I produced a murder-mystery story in 2011 that became “The Winship Affair.” It was published as a novel by Blue Mustang Press three years later. If I can do it, anyone can.
Several copies of The Winship Affair now grace the book shelves of Porter Square Books in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Even canines enjoy reading The Winship Affair! Shown here: Pat Tice and “Jasper” of Woodbury, Minnesota.
Renowned author Michael C. Keith (“If Things Were Made To Last Forever,” et. al.) kicks back and enjoys a chapter from The Winship Affair.
Leslie Douglas of Boston College reads a shocking passage in “The Winship Affair.”