Monday, July 17, 2017

Me, Me, Me, Me, Me!

Bill Crider 071617: For more than four decades Bill Crider has had a following of Texas readers—and for more than twenty novels Crider’s Sheriff Dan Rhodes has been holding his own with the likes of such sleuths as Stephanie Plum and Kinsey Milhone. The Alvin, Texas, “retiree” whose most recent novel came out in August talked with us via email about writing, Sheriff Dan, and what’s next, in this week’s Lone Star Listens.

8 comments:

Mimi Wolske said...

Great Interview.
Thanks for sharing.

Tom Johnson said...

Fantastic, Bill.

Max Allan Collins said...

I've heard of this guy....

Janis Gore said...

Yes, you. And pardon me, but I haven't had enough of you. So put that hemorrhoid cushion on the chair and keep on writing as long as you can. Til you drop, preferably.

Janis Gore said...

You, too, Mr. Collins.

Howard said...


How many of your pseudonyms do you know? Some of us would be interested in a list of said names, if you would care to share.

Bill Crider said...

There aren't that many, and most of them are in the Wikipedia article on me. One of them, however, even I don't remember.

Don Coffin said...

I like the interview.

I like the books more though (grin).