(MURFREESBORO) On Monday (4/29/2019) evening, the pre-Civil War Italiante style home at the corner of College and Academy Streets in Murfreesboro's historic district was was alive with a popular Ladies Night Out dinner. The capacity mixed gender audience enjoyed dinner and conversation from channel 4's Investigative Reporter Jeremy Finley.
Finley shared his passion for writing and was asked when the desire to write was born . . .
His book, The Darkest Time of Night, focuses on the disappearance of a seven-year old boy from the Belle Meade backyard of his U.S. Senator grandparent's home.
Finley was quick to point out that the book is fiction. The author's writing style packs energy, suspense, government cover-ups and the supernatural into each chapter.
Finley is just out of the gate with this first novel, and it attracted St. Martin's Press, a major New York publisher.
For other aspiring writers, we asked how he started on the top . . .
He told the packed Woman's Club banquet hall that the novel's sequel would be released on July 23, 2019, and that The Dark Above would delight X-File fans.
For more information, visit www.JeremyFinley.com.