Here’s the thing. I’ve written mostly in the crime fiction genre. However, I’ve also written one young adult/middle grade novel. It’s not a mystery—exactly. Although there’s something of mystery at the heart of it. But it doesn’t involved sleuthing, really. It involves spying, then maybe sleuthing a bit. But it’s not what I’d call crime fiction.
In case you’re wondering, I’m referring here to my novel Invisible Me.
So when the Maryland Writers’ Association said they were holding a #SupportIndieSummer reading challenge for children K-12, naturally I had to participate. Just click that link to learn more.
Here’s the first chapter of mine:
PS: Ditto Kids looks awesome! 🙂
Feel free to check them all out!
PPS: Don’t forget to download your game board! (Just click that link, if for any mysterious reason the graphic below doesn’t show up.)
PPPS: Have I mentioned that I also write screenplays? 🙂
Figures I’d end up working for millennials. You’re never too old to start a new phase of your career. 🙂 Like becoming a podcast producer!
And, actually, going to law school has helped me get here.
Go Terps! 🙂