You know what my problem is with not blogging more often? Other than working with clients, writing another novel, submitting to literary agents, keeping the house in fair to moderate condition and tweeting?
I have to see something to write about. I’ve written fiction and non-fiction and those are easy…they are about things I know or other worlds I imagine. But blog posts are different territory, sparked by when I see something (usually in nature) or am ruminating on past lessons learned the hard way…and since due to the above listed tasks on my plate every day I’m not out using my peepers as much as I should, it kind of blows.
But I truly am not here to talk about me; I’m here to talk about author Michael O. Varhola. I am a true crime and fictional crime junkie, and Michael’s book, Texas Confidential was inhaled by my husband and is now being inhaled by myself eagerly and without any hesitation or restraint whatsoever.
I normally restrain myself because I’m a moderately fast reader, but the pace and stories themselves are too good to resist; I can’t seem to help myself. I had the pleasure of interviewing Michael for Lydia’s Literary Lowdown, and as soon as he mentioned what he was working on next (which was Texas Confidential) I just had to read it.
So this isn’t a plug for my stuff; it’s a plug for Michael’s terrific book. Do yourself a favor and purchase Texas Confidential; you won’t regret it!