My 26th book is out and available! Looking back on my career, it astonishes me that I’ve been able to write 26 books in 24 years. There’d probably be a few more if I hadn’t taken time out to recuperate from several serious medical problems. But “THE STRANGE DEATH OF FATHER CANDY” is only the second non-series book I’ve done. It was a nice change of pace for me. It will remain a stand-alone, though—I’ll probably write no more adventures of Dominick Candiotti; when you finish reading the book, you’ll probably understand why.
I blogged a few months back about ideas—where they come from and what I do with them. So I can report that I’m nearly finished with the next Milan Jacovich novel, and there are two more cooking inside my head that I’ll dive into next. That means, assuming I can still sit up straight, that there’ll be at least one book per year for the next three years, through 2014. And by that time, I assure you I’ll have a couple more great ideas for novels perking away, begging to be free. So hang in there with me, dear friends. I’ve always needed you, and greatly appreciate your support.