An archive interview (from my Radiator broadcast days!) from the archives with New Hampshire author Toby Ball, author of three crime novels published by Overlook Press: The Vaults, about which we spoke in 2010, Scorch City, which he wrote in 2011, and Invisible Streets the third in the series and the subject of this conversation.
This week’s Write the Book Prompt is to consider the following list of sentences and phrases, pick two, and put them in a story, scene, poem, or simple paragraph. Here they are:
* If she was going to argue all night…
* Keeping in mind the Pomeranian on the kitchen floor…
* Why not (a) Manhattan?
* His itching feet called to be released.
* Staring at the melting ice statue, he spoke very slowly.
Good luck with your work in the coming week, and tune in next week for another prompt or suggestion.
Music Credit: John Fink