Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Missing Person: Day 6

The active stage is over. There's no longer a crowd of uniforms swarming all around the house. It's turned into a matter of carefully looking for clues and trying to piece them together.

What You Can Do

1. Share her picture. She could be anywhere in northern New England or over the border into Quebec. The more we can saturate the area with awareness, the better. 
2. If you saw her or had any any interaction with her later than August 11th, please speak up. Let us know where she was and what she said or did. You never know what could turn out to be a clue.

We've been getting a wonderful outpouring of love and support. Big thanks to everyone - it does make a big difference!

Monday, September 16, 2013

Missing Person: Day 4

Here's an update on my mother:

They're predicting a frost tonight. Any help spreading the word would be very much appreciated. Right click on her photo and select 'save image' or 'copy image URL' to share.

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Missing Person Update

No news yet on my missing mother.

The police are putting out a lot of effort, asking a lot of questions and checking even the remotest leads. Friends and family are showering us with love and asking what they can do.

At this point, we'd love to know who it was that picked her up Thursday night.

Continued thanks to everyone for your support!

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Missing Person: Please Help Us Find My Mother

My mother is missing.

I'm afraid this is not a story or a creative promo. I'm posting this in the hopes that some of you may have seen or heard something that could lead to her safe return.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Writers and Temptation

No, this isn't about writing scenes in which our characters face temptation. That does sound like fun, though. It's about the temptations I deal with as a writer.

I'd love to hear from my fellow writers on this. What kinds of temptations do you struggle with?

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

A Self-Publishing Journey: Book Trailer

I finished my first novel, Resist the Devil, two years ago, and since then I've been learning a lot about editing, publishing and promotion. Recently, largely thanks to fellow-writer M Joseph Murphy, I've been introduced to the book trailer concept. So here's the first trailer for my first novel: