I couldn't find the book I wanted to read, so I wrote it!  I began to write MURDER on SKIS twenty-two years ago, watching sunrise in Montana.  Now,  Loving Lucy joins the series featuring JC Snow. Keep an eye on this page for some of the great events we've enjoyed. 

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Getting The Word Out In Colorado!

        We're in the latest edition of Colorado                      Community Newspapers and Newslinks!

                                                                 Hit the image to read article.

 Thanks to HOF extreme skiing pioneer, Dan Egan, for having me on his podcast.

Great to get attention from the Vail Daily!

Thanks for the article in the great newspaper of Loveland, Colorado!

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  Grateful to the Community News of                      Saratoga County, NY!

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  We were thrilled to help raise
money, in an internationally streamed TV event, to feed the horses this winter, at the farm of Equine Advocates, in Chatham, NY.

  This has been a team effort.

My wife, Carolyn, designed the

cover of Loving Lucy with Debbi Wraga of Shires Press.

 Murder On Skis was the #1 selling book in 2020, at
     JP WOOLIES at the 
    Big Sky Ski Resort in 
      I met store owner                 Tucker Vanyo    and signed some books,   after a day on the slopes.
      Five Stars!  
  Excited about the Five   Star rating just received by Murder on Skis from
    Readers' Favorite!
     Trudi LoPreto wrote:  "Murder on Skis is a must-read for all fans of a good mystery book."
        Thanks! To the Daily Inter Lake                newspaper in Kalispell,  Montana, for                            their kind  mention.
 Grateful to the great crew at Clifton Park Neighbors magazine. They brought us up to West Mountain and did a photo shoot!
  It was a lot of fun. BTW, those Blizzard GS skis Rip!
       This was a great BOOK SIGNING! 
     We had a great time at Northshire Bookstore in                Saratoga Springs.   What a spectacular crowd, full of                     new friends and very good old friends.
                Thanks to Kevin Hogan for this picture.
  Thank You! To Ann Perillo, for having me on her television show, 'Schenectady-Capital Region Today.' You can watch it on YouTube, Episode 1117.
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    <<<LISTEN! to Phil's interview on 'Speaking of Writers'          with Steve Richards. Click on 'Speaking of Writers' icon.
  'Speaking of Writers' airs in the Albany, NY area on radio                            stations WGNA 107.7, WQBK 103.9,                                                  WTMM  104.5,  WQSH  105.7.
    WATCH! Phil's interview with Asa Stackel and                     on Newschannel 13's Forum 13!  
            Watch the interview by clicking on                                       Newschannel 13 logo>>>>
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  Thanks! to Chuck, George and Kelly! I enjoyed the interview on their great morning show on WGY radio! 
   Fun Interview with Peter and Nick on KGVO newstalk radio in Missoula, Montana.  We had a good time discussing my book and sharing some stories. 
  Thanks to the Times Union for putting us in the Sunday Books section. 
 Thanks to Kristi Guftafson Barlette for adding us to her Fun Blog at the Times!
Thanks to the Saratogian and the Record for great coverage, letting readers know that our book was coming!

 I'm grateful to Cynthia Pooler for allowing me time on her podcast 'Focus on Albany'.  It was a fun conversation:

       Thank you to the Valley Journal in Lake County, Montana for their article!
Phil Bayly has been a journalist for over four decades.
He anchored the #1 rated morning news at WNYT-TV in the state capitol of New York, Albany, for fifteen years.
He was also a reporter at KJCT-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado and WTAJ-TV in Pennsylvania.
Phil was also a news journalist on radio in Colorado at KHOW in Denver and KLOV in Loveland, among other stops.
He's been a skier his entire life, much of that time enjoyed as a ski racer. Sometimes he was fast. Many times, he wasn't fast enough.
Phil was born and raised in Evanston, Illinois.  He was educated at Denver University and Colorado State University.
He now lives in Saratoga County, New York with his wife.