Author Archives: Robert Freeman Wexler

For An Insurance Agent

Every few weeks, I’ve been getting a letter from a nice insurance agent extolling the benefits of his company’s product. He says: “The difference between auto insurers is often just a few dollars. However, the difference between the protection you … Continue reading

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Marly Youmans Story and Interview

Cool story by Marly Youmans here (you can read or listen, or both); and interview about the story here.

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New Interview

Keith Brooke of InfinityPlus has posted a new interview with me right about…here.

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Springdale Ebook

The nice people at InfinityPlus have re-issued my novella In Springdale Town as an ebook. It’s available at Amazon in the US, Amazon UK, and in a multitude of formats at Smashwords. This edition includes a new afterword, with newly-revealed … Continue reading

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Cook Noir

I checked my friend Christopher Cook’s blog/website today and remembered that I had meant to post a link to it when he set it up. His novel, Robbers, came out from Carroll & Graf in 2000, and he re-issued it … Continue reading

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More Research Notes

This image is a screen-shot of a railway timetable from the June 2, 1888 edition of the Victoria Advocate, Victoria, TX. Scans from the paper are available online here. I have a character who needs to talk to the conductor … Continue reading

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The Great West

Cool image from an 1889 book on railroads and harbors that I found while researching stuff.

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Springdale Longitude and Latitude

Today I finished the first draft of an afterword for the ebook version of In Springdale Town. Very interesting to look back on the events that led to my writing the story. I might post it here later on, but … Continue reading

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