There’s nothing I can say about the corona virus pandemic that hasn’t already been said.

When I was in the Navy, we had an expression: the Sailor is a person who runs into harm’s way so others don’t have to. The same can be said for health care workers who run toward danger and not away from it. There is truly a special place in heaven for the doctors, nurses, and first responders, including police, firemen, and EMT workers. These people put themselves harm’s way everyday. I’ve seen the bravery, courage, and sacrifice of men in combat, but I am awed and overwhelmed by the dedication of the men and women who face an invisible enemy every day.

Many of my readers have been asking when the next Rebecca Watson crime thriller will be out. While I don’t have a publishing date, I did submit to my editor this month.

However, I did publish Couch Detective Book 2 and Book 3 will be available May 1st, but you can pre-order your copy today. Due to their popularity I have reduced Couch Detective Book 1 to $0.99 for the next 30 days. You can purchase them online or click on the links below. Read the stories. Follow the clues. Solve the case.

Couch Detective Book 1: Read the story. Find the clues. Solve the case. by [James Glass]

Meanwhile, read plenty of books, watch lots of television, stay safe, stay healthy, and most of all stay optimistic. This will pass, and we will come out of this stronger and better prepared for the future.


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.

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