For those of you looking to join CrimeSpace, the requirements are simple: You need to have a genuine interest in crime fiction. While there are a number of authors on the site, the main focus of CrimeSpace is not promotion. It's community.
Hello, Everyone. First hope any and all reading are having a great week or on the path to it. Second: this post is patterend a bit after one that Jude Hardin did and Eric Christopherson knocked out…Continue
I've posted about this book before but with the second in the series coming out in the next few weeks, I recommend anyone gets into this series...I spotted this article in the mail online, if you've…Continue
Please join me this week at ITW's Roundtable, where we are discussing the question, "What are your favorite thrillers that question conventional wisdom or the status quo?" I had the opportunity to…Continue
Does anyone know of a resource list of honest and competent editors who I could contact regarding an edit of my crime novel? CrimeSpace seemed to be a good place to ask this question. thanks in…Continue
One of the articles in my recently published true crime ebook inspired my first novel. So kick back, have a pina colada (as it says in the Main Bar description) and check out the others.DARK DEEDS:…Continue
Manuscript critiques, cocktails for 4 at Folio Literary Management's NYC offices, a scholarship to the Salt Cay Writers Retreat, and more including my offering: signed books and rocks from my…Continue
First Line: For many years it was the only house out there, a house of elegant exile.
Ezra Strand has been firing off a shotgun at hikers and boaters along the cliffs near his house again, and Detective Apelu Soifua goes out to the remote area to warn him. Again. But when the old man…Continue
Posted by Kittling: Books on May 25, 2013 at 7:39pm
First Line: It is summer and luminous.
When you're in your eighties and a widower, the last thing you want to do is to move from your home in New York City to a new place with your granddaughter and her Norwegian husband in Oslo, Norway. But as Sheldon Horowitz knows, sometimes the…Continue
Posted by Kittling: Books on May 25, 2013 at 7:33pm
First Line: It was an unusual egg.
The little girl who discovers a human eyeball in a bird's nest sparks fear in a small mining village in the black country of the English Midlands due in no small part to the fact that three members of a prominent family have disappeared. The local…Continue
Posted by Kittling: Books on May 25, 2013 at 7:28pm
If you're an author who registered for the Creatures, Crimes & Creativity conference, we have moved the deadline to June 15 to submit a short story to be included in the collector's anthology that every attendee will receive in his goody bag when he arrives. Don't miss your chance to have everyone read your story alongside the likes of NY Times Bestseller John Gilstrap.
And if you HAVEN'T registered yet, it's not too late for you to be included in that special volume - but you…Continue
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