Available Now: The Care Card (2014)
When his fiancée unexpectedly dies in a Florida hospital, a determined hedge fund manager searches for answers and battles insurance companies to expose the rationing of health care.
I’m conflicted about Go Set a Watchman. It sets on my nightstand at home, as yet untouched. I still believe that Harper Lee, her sister, and her editor never wanted to publish it. They had ample opportunity to do so … Continue reading
Notified today that The Care Card is a finalist for 2015 RPLA. Winners will be announced October 17.
I just returned from a few days in Southern California, where I had a chance to sit down with a long-time friend (as opposed to “old” friend!) who I hadn’t seen in too many years. It was amazing how we … Continue reading
Tuesday, I led a workshop titled When You Say Nothing At All, making the point that as writers, what we don’t say is sometimes more important that what we do. It’s easy to obsess with perfecting the prose when we … Continue reading
His face looked familiar, but I couldn’t place the name. He picked up my latest book, The Care Card, and I started to give him my ten-second pitch. I was at the Southwest Florida Reading Festival in Ft. Myers, FL, … Continue reading