Today, I’m hosting my good friend and critique partner, W. S. Gager for Fridays off the Wall. We have been writing together for about five years and it has been quite a ride. (Not like her white-water rafting story though. That’s just scary.) The next installment in the Mitch Malone Mysteries comes out in July from Oak Tree Press.
This is such an easy one because I had his picture taped to the wall while I wrote. It’s Jake Gyllenhaal. I wanted someone with a friendly face and hair that could be ruffled but still looked good. A lot of average characteristics with built in appeal to get people to spill their guts to him when he interviews them for the newspaper.
Joselyn: I think that is exactly who I would have guessed. Mitch’s mind never gets far from work. What one thing would make your writing space perfect?
That’s sounds wonderful. It makes me really tempted to set the time on the phone. Every time I do, the power goes out within forty-eight hours. (Once it was out for almost twenty-four hours because I set the time on the coffeemaker. I don’t set the clocks anymore.)
More about the latest Mitch Malone Mystery: A Case of Hometown Blues:
Mitch vowed he would never return to his hometown after the death of his parents. But when a favor for his editor requires him to teach a seminar for the Flatville newspaper, he must confront the memories he’s tried so hard to bury. A foolish bet with the cub reporters has him chasing down the murderer of the former Homecoming Queen and trying to keep his butt out of jail as the prime suspect. As the facts he thought he knew about his family unravel, can Mitch discover the truth that will allow his parents and friend to rest in peace or will he be resting with them?
For more about W. S. Gager and Mitch Malone’s adventures, visit www.wsgager.com, www.wsgager.blogspot.com, or her Author Central page on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/W.-S.-Gager/e/B003U5OADU/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1
Thanks for hanging out with us, W. S. !
Hope you all have a great weekend.