Posts By: Sam White
First sketch of a cover idea for my biggest and best novel yet, coming summer 2013!!
I got a chance to interview Paul Dorset recently, author of several great books (you can find them on Kindle, just follow the links further down this page). Paul is not only a writer of novels, he is also a great promoter of other independent authors (like me) and a great source of encouragement! Read… Read more »
Watch this space for news about my newest novel, coming in June. This one is longer than most, more detailed, and further out in left field! I’m not giving you any hints other than to say it’s about one of the prominent side characters in many of my other novels. We get to finally learn how she… Read more »
The year was 1874 and, as you all know, that was when Alexander Graham “Ring-Tone” Bell invented the telephone. Realizing that people were clamoring for a means to be interrupted by total strangers who wanted them to give to the policeman’s fund while eating supper, Bell had devoted years of his life to inventing “the… Read more »
Watch the news regularly (I dare you!) and once in a while you may see a story about a prominent fashion show going on. Usually, the ones that make the news are being held in Paris or New York, but sometimes you‘ll even see one from a little closer to home. If you are like… Read more »
Working on the cover for the new Bat Garrett novel (available in April ’13). What do you think so far?
I think my life turned a corner when I was sitting in bed one evening, looking at my leg. I wasn’t looking at the leg in the cast, but at the other one, the one that was—for that moment in time—my “good” leg. I know some women who are really proud of their legs and… Read more »
I have three new novels on the way! First up is a sequel to “Long Road to a Second Chance” with a working title of “Redemption” “Medicine Park.” Look for it to be released on Kindle & Nook in late February or early March. Next up is a new mystery novel with detective Bat Garrett… Read more »
“At present we are on the outside of the world, the wrong side of the door. We discern the freshness and purity of morning, but they do not make us fresh and pure. We cannot mingle with the splendours we see. But all the leaves of the New Testament are rustling with the rumour that… Read more »