I wanted to say thank you to all my readers. You inspire me to keep writing. I published Whisper Creek this past April. If you’re looking to purchase a copy, click on the link. http://www.jamescglass.com/books/

I’m also excited because I signed with The Wild Rose Press and we’re in the final stages of publishing my current crime thriller. Stone Cold. They designed a wonderful cover. We hope to finish the final draft this month so we can get published before October. Stone Cold begins a new series with Rebecca Watson on the Eugene Falls PD. Here’s a taste of the story.

Detective Rebecca Watson is tracking a vicious serial killer in Eugene Falls, Florida. As a distraction, she’s dragged back into court for the retrial of a man convicted of murdering his girlfriend five years earlier. His defense attorney will use any means to get his client freed, including uncovering old wounds from Watson’s past.

As the case takes a few hard turns, nothing can prepare her for the world she’s about to encounter, the past that haunts her, and the truth behind the serial killer’s motive.
Finally, I’am attending the Killer Nashville Writers Conference again. The experience I gained from last year’s event has been incredible. I also enjoyed seeing other writers from around the country come together to share their stories. I made a lot of new friends and started networking with some of the publishers and agents who also attended.
Anyway, I hope you all had a safe and wonderful summer. Look forward to seeing you in September.
James Glass


James Glass retired from the United States Navy after 22 years of service. After retiring, he exchanged his rifle for a pen. He and his family moved back to the Florida Panhandle. He’s married and has two children. James is also the President of the Panhandle Writer's Group.

2 thoughts on “August Newsletter

  1. Helen Bellamy

    see you at KN

    1. James

      Look forward to meeting you as well, Helen.

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