Tag Archives: David Healey

The Big Thrill Q&A: Red Sniper by David Healey

One war ends, and another begins … RED SNIPER is the story of a rescue mission for American POWs held captive by the Russians at the end of World War II. For these American POWs, the war is not over. … Continue reading

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Big Thrill interview with Stefanie Ross

Nemesis: Innocence Sold by Stefanie Ross By David Healey The first pages of NEMESIS: INNOCENCE SOLD by German author Stefanie Ross are filled with an extensive list of dramatis personae and it soon becomes clear why because there is so … Continue reading

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Winter’s last hurrah can bring March snowfalls

Winter struck late in 1958, and it almost seemed unfair, considering that the deep snow came in late March. It was an incredible snowfall, with measurements of 42 inches coming in from residents near the Susquehanna River in Maryland. The … Continue reading

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An interview with Texas author Harry Hunsicker

Over the last few months I’ve had the opportunity to interview several authors for The Big Thrill, published by the International Thriller Writers. Sometimes I’ve been able to talk over the phone, but at the very least we exchange a … Continue reading

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Summertime book events and signings

I have a few more events coming up and I’m excited about them because it gets me out from behind the keyboard. I read recently about how a writer is a recluse addicted to hot drinks … that sounds like … Continue reading

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Chesapeake Bay’s last War of 1812 battle

Battle of the Ice Mound was last War of 1812 battle on Chesapeake Bay Here is a chapter from Delmarva Legends & Lore to mark the anniversary of the last War of 1812 battle in Maryland, which took place at … Continue reading

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Upcoming events for 2015

Upcoming events in 2015 This list will be updated throughout the year, but here is what’s coming up so far. Hope to see you there! January 24—Book signing at CCEA Gala, Schaefer’s Canal House February 28—Bay to Ocean Writers’ Conference, … Continue reading

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Big GHOST SNIPER giveaway kicks off!

GHOST SNIPER is set during the Normandy invasion that began on D-Day, June 6, 1944. To mark the 70th commemoration of D-Day, there is going to be a fairly big giveaway over at Goodreads. Ten copies of the book will … Continue reading

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Giving in to the siren song of researching a novel

One of my favorite aspects of writing is actually reading about the time period in which a story is set. By reading I mean “research” or learning as much as I can about whatever I happen to be writing about. … Continue reading

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Tips on hosting a Facebook chat for authors

The weather forecasts were calling for the most snow we’d had in years here in Maryland. It was just possible that the “snow band” through the I-95 corridor ranging from just west of Baltimore up toward Philadelphia could see 2 … Continue reading

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