Introducing Wolf’s Daily Brief, a glimpse into the daily life of detective Wolf Mallory. Get inside information about his cases and interactions with Vicky, Vinnie, Art Trasker and his other friends as Wolf continues to make a new life for himself in Porto Cielo. You can find Wolf’s Daily Brief on my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008256256545.
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But will Wolf’s past life ever leave him be?
You’ll learn more about Wolf and his past in the forthcoming Can’t Dance Forever, which is currently in the editing stage.
Yesterday, my faithful desk companion Herbie commented on hearing about a rabbit and eggs this coming Sunday. To Herbie, that was ridiculous because everyone knows rabbits don’t lay eggs.
Herbie has been giving his commentary on life in general for a couple of months now on Facebook. (I keep telling him he can’t have his own Facebook page.) Yesterday’s post, however, several comments from friends. To paraphrase: Herbie’s a wooden moose; he can’t talk.
I’m an author, so to me, Herbie does talk. I hear Wolf, Vinnie and Vicky all of the time. Then there’s Anne (from Candy Cane Kisses) who’s demanding that I get on with her sequel. And last weekend, a forgotten character of mine, attorney Pierce Holt, piped up with a nugget for a story.
And if you think the voices in my head are bad, talk to my wife, Tymber Dalton, about hers.
So, yes, in my world, Herbie does talk. What do you think?
The version of Can’t Dance Forever that I’m working on was written four, maybe five years ago. I’m currently revising and editing to both bring the book up to date and keep it in line with the first book in the series, Dancing on a Tightrope.
Of course, I remember the broad outlines of the story, but as I was working today, I came across something I’d totally forgotten about. What’s that, you might ask?
Well, that I’m not going to tell you, except to say, Wolf has a secret. There were subtle hints in Dancing on a Tightrope that all was not as it seemed with Wolf Mallory, but in this book, you’ll learn more about his past.
I’ll keep you posted, but I’m hoping for a release in April.