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.

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! 🙂

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