Tag Archives: Dresden

Literary Agents as Idiots


I was running over a several considerations the other day and came to the unshakable conclusion that I have yet to find a single literary agent capable of functioning in polite society, much less competent to do little more than … Continue reading

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Would you?


I was watching television the other night. More and more lately there is very little I see on the networks I find enjoyable. The idea is either a rehash of one that was not done all that well the first … Continue reading

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Keeping it “fresh”


There is a catchphrase in the literary agent world, and yes, even though it is only one word, it is indeed a phrase due to its usage, fresh. If we were able to compile every work of fiction going back … Continue reading

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One Last Quiche


The Cover for the second Tony Mndolin Mystery, One Last Quiche Enjoying a brief respite from his last case, Tony is thrust into a case where someone is poising select diners in San Franciso’s most exclusive dining establishments. He finds … Continue reading

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A Slight Case of Death


Someone is killing redheads in San Francisco and he isn’t human. Tony Mandolin, weatherbeaten PI finds himself having to navigate a maze of clues, the mob, and an overly affectionate cross dresser in order to not just solve the mystery, … Continue reading

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