Wayne Stinnett, Author

Wayne Stinnett, Author

Monday, November 3, 2014

Great Interview with Robert Bidinotto, “The Vigilante Author”.

I've been working hard on my next novel, Fallen King, which will be available around the first of the year. In this novel, Jesse is stalked by a ruthless Haitian gang out of Miami, for reasons he can't figure out. It seems that the gang is trying to draw Jesse out, by destroying small patch reefs in the back country of Florida Bay using hand grenades and collecting the dead fish. I'm about 30% finished writing it and hope to have it in the editor's hands by Christmas.

I've taken a few days off from writing to work on a couple of projects around the house and to find a new (to me) truck. My daughter was embarrassed to be seen in my old wreck. Although my new ride is twenty years old, it looks new, has a brand new engine and should last many years. Jordy's no longer embarrassed.

A couple of days ago, we had the earliest snowfall recorded here in upstate South Carolina. Only an inch, but it foretold the kind of winter we had to look forward to. While the snow lay on the ground, I did an interview with fellow author Robert Bidinotto. Robert is a very thorough and professional interviewer. You can read the interview here: Interview with Author, Wayne Stinnett.

This week, I've been reading one of my favorite author's new releases. "Second Chance Gold " is the fourth novel in John H. Cunningham's exciting Buck Reilly Adventure Series. The first book in this series is "Red Right Return". All of the books in the series are guaranteed to keep any Caribbean action/adventure reader turning the pages.

Well, that's it for now.


  1. I enjoy seeing how enthusiastic you are. I hate it when a writer gets bored with what is his bread and butter. John D. MacDonald's last Travis McGee book was to be A Tan and Sandy Silence. It is good for us all that he changed his mind. There were more great McGee adventures after that, all of them, not just some or a few, all of them. Ron Head

  2. Here’s a quote about John D. Macdonald that I often see bouncing around the web (I hesitate to quote from Wikipeida, which we all know is generally stuff we can wipe our asses with, but this seems legit). “Macdonald is by any standards a better writer than Saul Bellow, only Macdonald writes thrillers and Bellow is a human heart chap, so guess who wears the top grade laurels?” That’s from Kingsley Amis.