Books and other works:
Zeigler, through Vidster’s eyes
1: In the book “Zeigler, through Vidster’s eyes” you can find blog posts that I wrote about the 1975 quadruple capital punishment case of William Thomas Zeigler in chronological order. It is written under my pen name Nic H. Vidocq.
I sincerely believe that this man never had a fair trial. Most likely, we have an innocent man on death row for quadruple murders that others committed decades ago. The updated version of this eBook is available for free on SmashWords. The first version was posted with Barnes & Noble. You can read some comments that I received for that version here.
Flash Fiction and Short Stories
2: In the book “Flash Fiction and Short Stories” you can see what happens when I hear the sound of a soccer ball. It became the inspiration for “He told the cops on her”. Graffiti inspired “It was a long time ago, really.” Also in this e-book is the (long) short story “The Substitute Lead Singer.” It is the story of a band’s front man who needs to take a leave of absence, a Chief of Police who made a fatal mistake, their worst nightmares, and the inheritance that set evil into motion. This e-book premiers the short story “Unhinged” which was inspired by a screw.
The Third Mistress
3: I am working on this book that took shape during NaNoWriMo 2014.
Working title? “The Third Mistress.”
Inspiration? This line: “The mistress always thinks she’s more clever than the wife. But is she is so clever why is she just the mistress?”
Sue Ellen Ewing, Dallas,
Season 9, 1985,
Episode “Close Encounters”