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Writing with passion & purposeWriting with Passion and Purpose "Comfort the afflicted, afflict the comfortable." In this follow-up report for fellow writers, readers and friends on the Bouchercon-2022 conference in Minneapolis and my continuing year of re-engaging with the real world, I wanted to elaborate on a memorable quote by Rick Mofina, an internationally acclaimed...
HER LAST GOODBYEFormat: 544 pages, Paperback, Published: January 25, 2022 by Mira Books ISBN 9780778311720 (ISBN10: 0778311724)
Review by Delvin Chatterson
HIGH PRAISE FOR THE DALE HUNTER SERIES of CRIME FICTION NOVELS
“Chatterson’s language conveys mayhem with a brevity that practically demands attention. Action sequences are rapid fire and corrosive … offset by threatening undertones. Chatterson pens crime drama that is fast-paced and involved.” INDIE READER REVIEW“Great read! …...
Limited offer! Five free E-BooksAs you are among the favoured few, early readers and supporters of my writing, I am pleased to provide these links to free E-book copies of all five of my current business books and crime fiction novels. You are welcome to Read, Review and Share the links as much as you like. For Quick...
Thank you for your interest in my writing and for your encouragement and support as I make progress on writing a better book and then getting it published.
Del Chatterson is an experienced business consultant, entrepreneur and writer. He publishes articles and blog posts regularly at LearningEntrepreneurship.com and has written two business books for entrepreneurs.
“Money for nothing and the chicks are free.”
Dale Hunter was stuck in the continuous congestion driving toward Montreal’s centre-ville listening to the radio. That line stuck in his head.
No easy task, losing momentum. Is this what they mean by writer’s block? The blitz in November seems to have emptied the tank of creative juices. It’s been a struggle ever since to read, revise, re-write.
No Easy Money After a blitz in November, I was able to push the story up to 42,600 words, but a novel is usually at least 80,000 words so I have lots of work to do in 2017.