Gabriele Crescenzi is a detective-fiction enthusiast from Italy. You can find his reviews here: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/96241310-gabriele Unfortunately for anglophones, his reviews are in Italian. He was kind enough to translate a review of my second book, The Opening Night Murders, and send it to me. Obviously, I appreciate the review because it's positive, but the expression… Continue reading Review of The Opening Night Murders by Gabriele Crescenzi
Done and done. This week I'll be selling books at a local author fair. It'll be a good chance to see if the covers can convert passersby into readers.
Actors love to brag about the tremendous amounts of empathy required for their profession. In my experience, it is a characteristic reserved strictly for the stage. Is that too harsh? During my time in film school and my two years acting with a theater company, I met quite a number of thespians. No humans are… Continue reading Acting in The Opening Night Murders