Tag Archives: fiction

WHAT DO YOU READ?

Do you write the way you read? I was recently asked this question and it made me think a little.  I love to read mysteries and thrillers and combinations of these genres.  Two of my novels are, in fact, mysteries … Continue reading

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BIKE PATHS AND WALKING

Bike Paths and Walking I am often asked why my novels involve bike paths.  In A Step Ahead of Death the murder victim is found just off the trail as it leads from town.  In Witness in the Window  (Here … Continue reading

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Beyond the Page: Getting Published

Pushing Beyond the Page: Getting Published Traditional Publishing I don’t claim to have all the answers when it comes to getting your work published.  There are many factors to consider when making the decision about how to publish your work.  … Continue reading

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Putting “Pen” to “Paper”

Putting Pen to Paper The Writing Process or pen to paper When you think about authoring a book, what comes to mind?  Do you see a frustrated writer, head in hands, staring at a blank page?  Do you wonder, “What … Continue reading

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Scott McPherson Novels

Novels by Scott McPherson, M.D. A Step Ahead of Death  The first Jack Sharp, M.D. novel.  Jack, a middle-aged family doctor, loves to walk for exercise.  One fall day while taking his walk on the bike path near his office, he … Continue reading

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PUSHING BEYOND THE PAGE

Pushing Beyond the Page: Getting Published Traditional Publishing I don’t claim to have all the answers when it comes to getting your work published.  There are many factors to consider when making the decision about how to publish your work.  … Continue reading

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