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Haydn’s Day of the Dark

Franz Michael Haydn, like his older brother, also became a composer, but was better known for his church compositions rather than his secular works. Now, there’s nothing to suggest that the two didn’t get on well. Michael, for much of … Continue reading

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Haydn on the Case on Jungle Red Writers

Do writers of historical mysteries need to bother with forensic investigative techniques? Please join me on Jungle Red Writers as I debate the issue with a very snarky skeptic. And, do leave a comment to ┬álet me know what you … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Goodreads Winners!

Congratulations to the two readers who won a signed copy of the first Joseph Haydn Mystery, A Minor Deception. I’m so excited to have you read it. Your books will be in the mail tomorrow. To the other entrants, thank … Continue reading

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A Cover for Haydn

Now that my book’s out to nine publishers, I find my thoughts turning toward cover designs and illustrations. I don’t know how much say authors have when it comes to their book covers, but I had so much fun creating … Continue reading

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