T. M. Doran
T. M. Doran is a writer, educator, and consultant. An adjunct professor of civil engineering at Lawrence Technological University, he is the author of the novels Toward the Gleam, Terrapin, and Iota. You can follow him on Facebook.
Jan Skala has been arrested and imprisoned by the Russian liberators of Prague, but he does not know why. Or does he? During the Nazi occupation of the city, the journalist stayed above ground and continued to work for his father’s newspaper, which had fallen into the hands of the… Read more »
Dennis Cole and his three best buddies from childhood gather for a weekend reunion. On the first night, one of the men is murdered—or is he? A professor of engineering by day and a writer of detective fiction by night, Cole and the other survivors try to piece together the… Read more »
Between the two world wars, on a hike in the English countryside, Professor John Hill takes refuge from a violent storm in a cave. There he nearly loses his life, but he also makes an astonishing discovery – an ancient manuscript housed in a cunningly crafted metal box. Though a… Read more »
Posts from this author at the Novel Thoughts blog.
- “How ideology is poisoning storytelling and rattling readers” May 1, 2017
- “An Unlikely Hero” October 5, 2016
- “Human Liberty and “The Obsolete Man”” March 23, 2016
- “Short Story: Leonardo’s Work” September 29, 2015
- “How Atticus Finch Went Off the Rails” August 24, 2015
- “In Praise of the (practically defunct) Short Mystery Story” November 10, 2014
- “The Creative Seed” July 15, 2014
- “Toward the Gleam: Making the Sausage” June 17, 2014
- “Why Waugh?” April 10, 2014
- “Dickens, Ratty, and Middle Earth” March 12, 2014
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