Monthly Archives:: October 2012

Where is Bat Now?

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

The new Bat Garrett novel is coming along swimmingly. I’m about to that point where I have always abandoned it before. What’s different this time is that a side character who had never been here before suddenly wheedled her way in. It’s strange how that happens. There I was, writing the story, when someone walked… Read more »

Garison Fitch on Nook!

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

Just got word that I can soon make my novels available on Barnes & Noble’s “Nook” platform! I’ll keep you posted. (And, if it’s on Nook, I’m hoping that will make it available on eReader, too!)

And Suddenly …

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

There was another Bat Garrett novel that was always in my head but I never could get started on it. Chronologically, it fit in between the first and second books–and was even referenced in book two (“The Return of the Nice Guy”)–but every start on it would falter. And then, recently, I was preparing “The… Read more »

More about “The Nice Guy”

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

“The Nice Guy”, my latest novel (available on Kindle) is told in first person. This may be the first clue that the hero’s heroes are Louis L’Amour characters (see previous blogs). One of the great things about first person is that it is wonderfully confining. As in real life, you only know what other characters… Read more »

Who is Bat Garrett? (part 2)

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

Any readers who already know Bat Garrett know him only from the Garison Fitch novels as the former boyfriend of Heather that Garison can’t stand. As you’ll find out in the Bat Garrett novels (starting with “The Nice Guy” available now on Amazon’s Kindle platform), there’s a lot more to this young man. Bat is… Read more »

Who is Bat Garrett?

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

OK, I’m going to do it: I’m going to release the Bat Garrett novels, starting with “The Nice Guy”. Who is Bat Garrett? Bat Garrett is a young private investigator in Dallas who dreams of the big time, but all of his dreams are influenced more by TV detectives than reality. Then, one day, Bat… Read more »

Bat Garrett

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

Those of you who have read “Saving Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch — Book 2″ and “Lost Time” (book 3) are familiar with the character of Bat Garrett. What you may not know is that there are at least three books about him. (Why “at least three”? I’ll explain in a minute.) The books… Read more »