Category: Reviews

As I imagine most people had, I’d first heard of The Thin Man, and its main characters Nick and Nora Charles, because of a series of films that were released during Hollywood’s Golden Age. William Powell and Myrna Loy played Nick and Nora, a glamorous married socialite couple that solved crimes in their spare time [...]

And the GUESTLIST train keeps on rollin’ along! The wonderful Dr. Reginia reviewed my novel for her blog, Her Perfect Black Dress, and here’s just some of what she had to say: Guestlist is a tale set in NYC that gives rise to lessons that are familiar, poignant, and pivotal. The book is engaging, with [...]

The erotic short piece Black Silk Blindfold by Vanessa Wu is a coming-of-age tale in which a young woman plots sexual conquest over her younger colleague over the course of a short holiday. Our unnamed narrator works for a prominent law firm, and she often finds herself flirting with the new associate Benedict Knowles. Fresh out [...]

Just so you know, the full title of romance author Cathy Yardley’s how-to book is Will Write for Shoes: How to Write A Chick Lit Novel. Does it strike you as odd that I would read such a book? It shouldn’t – especially if you’ve already read my novel GUESTLIST. In the weeks leading up [...]

Every once in a while, I come across a novel that causes me to throw some side-eye the author’s way. The most recent novel to do this is The Dogs of Babel by Carolyn Parkhurst. The Dogs of Babel is the story of linguist Paul Iverson, who calls home one day to find out his [...]

Awww yeeeaaahhh, we done done it again! My novel GUESTLIST was reviewed by the good folks over at Literary R&R. The reviewer, Charlene, had this to say: Never shying away from sex and profanity, Mr. Fingers paints a realistic picture of the lives of his characters. We see clearly the ulterior motives behind each characters [...]

Last night, I was invited by my buddy Topher and the good folks at Google to drink and dine at new Nolita watering hole Randolph Beer. It’s owned and operated by the same folks that run the Randolph cocktail bar just a few doors down. First off, I loved the decor — it’s all wooden [...]

Today, Dear Readers, I’m going to share with you the 99th page of my novel GUESTLIST. Why the 99th page? What kind of random fuckery is this? Well, apparently, the Page 99 Test is popular amongst writers and readers, used as sort of a litmus test to determine if the book being looked at is [...]

Imagine my surprise when I checked my email this morning and discovered that the very first review of GUESTLIST has been posted. Needless to say, I was overjoyed. The awesome Jane of Lindsay and Jane’s Views and Reviews took on the task of reading and reviewing my debut novel. What did she have to say? [...]

A blind teenaged outcast begins having visions of his high school crush being murdered by a similarly gifted psychopath and sets out to prevent this from actually happening. But in doing so, he discovers that a much bigger fate may very well await him. That’s the gist of Farsighted, a YA fantasy written by Novel [...]