Like Mysteries? Writer Joe Perrone is on WriteSpa

Joe Author Headshot FishingOn Thursday, November 14 WriteSpa chatted with mystery writer Joe Perrone Jr. on BlogTalkRadio.

Joe worked as a sportswriter for the Passaic-Clifton, NJ, Herald News, as well as a freelance advertising copywriter. He was also a professional fly-fishing guide for ten years in the Catskill Mountains of New York, and has had several fly-fishing short stories published in the Mid Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide. But he’s best known for his Matt Davis Mystery Series, which includes “As the Twig is Bent,” “Opening Day,” “Twice Bitten,” and “Broken Promises”.

SmallFrontCoverOpeningDayIn addition to his four novels, Joe has authored two non-fiction works, A “‘Real’ Man’s Guide to Divorce (First, you bend over and…)”, published in 2009 and Gone Fishin’ with Kids (How to Take Your Kid Fishing and Still be Friends), co-authored with Manny Luftglass, and published in 1997.

“As the Twig is Bent” and “Opening Day” are currently available as AUDIO BOOKS, distributed through Audible.com. “Twice Bitten” and “Broken Promises” will be available in audio books later in 2013, as well as “Escaping Innocence: A Story of Awakening,” which is currently being recorded and will become available in August. The audio books will be distributed by ACX.com through Amazon.com, Audible.com, and iTunes.

SmallerFrontCoverTwiceBitten“Opening Day” was recently awarded an Indie B.R.A.G. Medallion, and in 2011, “As The Twig Is Bent” was translated into Portuguese as “Pau que nasce torto” by Rafa Lombardino of Word Awareness, Inc. of Santee, CA. Plans are underway to translate “Opening Day” into Portuguese in the very near future. All of Joe’s books are available in paperback or in Kindle editions on Amazon.com.

Small Guide CoverWhen he is not writing, Joe enjoys fly fishing, cooking, listening to music, and watching movies. He makes at least one trip a year to the Catskills to fish his beloved Beaverkill, Willowemoc, and other trout streams; and uses the time to recharge his batteries and conceive new plots for his books.

This was a terrific show – discussing mystery writing, humor writing, and autobiography vs. fiction writing. Thanks, Joe!

Here’s the link to Joe’s website: http://www.joeperronejr.com

Here he is on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Catsklgd1

And on Twitter: @catsklgd1

You can email him here – he always responds: catsklgd1@facebook.com

2 Comments

  1. November 25, 2013    

    Winslow you have the greatest name in the world! And so glad you featured Joe’s mystery writing career. If you like mysteries, you might want to take a look at my website. I write the Murders by Design Mystery Series, with Deva Dunne, an interior designer as the amateur sleuth. As Deva knows, “The devil’s in the details.” And the devil is after her.

  2. November 26, 2013    

    Jean, thanks for listening to our show with Joe. I do love a good mystery, and yours look fabulous. Let’s make a date! :-)

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