Okay, Walter Anchor used to be an actor so why not have him solving a murder in a Hollywood? A murder with a particularly Hollywood kind of vibe. He’s a ghost after all and moving about is easy. That is the starting point to this unique murder mystery. Long ago
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So, October…. boy, there was a lot going on. Some of it planned, and some of it more like “scramble like a maniac to get things done.” Lots of good stuff, so I think it all bears a little repeating. I would have been easy to miss something. Here we
I’ve got a new story is out. This one is, technically, a short novella at about 80 pages long. I wrote it as part of my Campfire Tales program. It’s where you guys fill out surveys to help me write my next story and then get to read them, as
Robert J. McCarter is the author of six novels, three novellas, and dozens of short stories. He is a finalist for the Writers of the Future contest and his stories have appeared in The Saturday Evening Post, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Everyday Fiction, and numerous anthologies.
He has written a series of first person ghost novels (starting with Shuffled Off: A Ghost’s Memoir) and a superhero / love story series (Neutrinoman and Lightningirl: A Love Story), as well as two short story collections.
Of his latest novel, Seeing Forever, Kirkus Reviews says, "Sci-fi as it should be: engaging, moving, and grand in scope."
He lives in the mountains of Arizona with his amazing wife and his ridiculously adorable dogs.