Category: Robert J. Ray

Mindy Halleck Interviews Robert J. Ray

Interview was conducted by Mindy Halleck. It appeared first on her blog, Literary Liaisons. In 2012, Catherine Treadgold, the publisher of Camel Press, began re-releasing the Murdock series. In 2013, Treadgold plans to publish Murdock #6 in 2013. The title of the sixth book is Murdock Tackles Taos.

Read More

20 Steps to Starting Your Novel

When I finished Murdock #6—Murdock Tackles Taos—I dozed, I dreamt of Fame, that elusive imposter, and then I launched into Murdock #7, and felt a bone-chilling loss of momentum, because the work on the Taos book was wrap-up writing, little fixes, edits, careful knitting up, joyful polishing—but the writing on the new book was clumsy, dull, opaque, fitful, maddening.

Read More

Murdock Cracks Ice – Robert J. Ray – A Matt Murdock Mystery

Title: Murdock Cracks Ice Author: Robert J. Ray Copyright: © 2012 Robert J. Ray. Cover Illustration:  Sabrina Sun Publisher: Camel Press Murdock Cracks Ice, by Seattle-based novelist Robert J. Ray ($14.95, 262 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-881-0), first published in 1992, is back in print. Fans of the hard-boiled but soft-hearted detective Matt Murdock will soon be able to obtain Ray’s other books in the much-acclaimed mystery series: Bloody Murdock,  Murdock for Hire, and Dial “M” for Murdock. Murdock Cracks Ice the only book of the series that takes place in Seattle. Available for Purchase on Amazon. Share this:TweetShare on TumblrEmailLike this:Like...

Read More

Start Lines from Twitter

DIAGRAMS

Follow our Blog

Robert J Ray

Copyright & Excerpts

©2010-2017 Jack Remick, Robert J. Ray. All rights Reserved. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material, including text and images, without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Short excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jack Remick and Robert J. Ray and "Bob and Jacks Writing Blog" with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.