Some of you know a little about me. Others know a lot. Those, I consider to be the dangerous ones. (Kidding!).

Over time and in this blog, I will tell you a few things, and I will endeavor to answer questions when and if you have them. I’m basically like most of you in that I worked to retirement and then looked around for things to keep me busy for the next half of my life.

Fortunately, there was something I had dreamed of since childhood. I wanted to write a book (books actually—as in more than one). As you must know by now, the idea has worked out. Three Letter Series novels are in print, a fourth is in the process, and I have subjects and ideas for several more stories, both in and outside of the Letter Series. I doubt that I will run out of material anytime soon.

For those of you who don’t know, the locale for the new story is Prague, Capital of the Czech Republic in Central Europe. Why Prague? Doesn’t the city’s name itself cry out for a good medical suspense thriller novel? I thought it did, so I’m working to fill the need.

About that – An unexpected letter lands in Rage Doyle’s Post Office box at Coker Creek, Tennessee, and sends him packing for a long trip. The correspondence was postmarked in Prague. I probably shouldn’t tell you more . . . well . . . maybe one little thing. The letter is from a woman—a very special woman.

That’s it, my lips are sealed.

 

If you have questions or comments regarding the author, the books, characters or places and times, give me a shout. I take emails at Joe@SilverSageMedia.com.

 

A bit of information here — In this section of the website, you are finding blogs on some of the characters in my books. I have often read books myself and would have liked to know more about a particular individual in that story – background, etc. In writing I have found there are literary limits on how much you can tell unless the material takes the story forward. That is the reason for these character blogs. But, you should keep the following disclaimer in mind as you read this information. The information in these character blogs is fiction, like the stories – nothing more or less. In some situations, actual circumstances, places and individuals are used to tell a fictional story—again, nothing more.

 

DISCLAIMER: Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual events, locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.