Available electronically from Amazon: CONFESSIONS of a DISCONTENTED DEITY. It's different from my other work, but you'll recognize the style if you're used to it. $2.99 and equivalent in other countries. To read a sample click at the top of the column on the right.
CONFESSIONS is now available in a paperback edition in Japan. Here is what the cover looks like.
There are four five star reviews for the book on the US Amazon site now. One says, among other things, "...If you like Lewin, read this novel." Another compares it to Twain and Vonnegut. A third is by my sister. But it's not expensive, $2.99 for now. Give it a try?
In my response to the first reaction to CONFESSIONS to be posted on my Chit, Chat & Pics page I've described how this book relates to my earlier ROVER'S TALES. God... dog... The poster also asks if I've gone dyslexic. Take a look?
Latest-to-first: the eighth Albert Samson novel is available on Kindle and in paperback.
Check the picture - it's one I took on one of my research trips to Indianapolis.
2009 marked the 40th anniversary of many things - first men on the moon, the Miracle Mets, PBS, Woodstock, Monty Python, Nancy Banks-Smith's first wicked TV reviews, the forerunner of the internet, Sesame Street. And Albert Samson.
Albert Samson? you say. Although the first Samson novel was published in 1971, I began writing it in November of '69. Recently I discovered the manuscript of those first few pages. This is what page one looked like:
Can you spot a line or two that survived intact in the published edition?
On this site I hope to provide a combination of accurate information about my current and past writing along with some less work-focussed bits and pieces. I normally have a look at the site each day.
So, look around and then, if you care to, comment on the Chit, Chat & Pics page, sign up for a very occasional newsletter, or contact me with the links provided.
And in any case, thanks for checking in.
I'm proud of the beautiful falcon that I was so fortunate to receive when I won the Maltese Falcon Society's award for Best Foreign Novel in 1987. It's here in my living room - along with another prized possession, my 1992 "Marlowe" from the Raymond Chandler Society in Germany. And some tulips from my patio garden.