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Hi, everybody. I'm looking again for someone who will format for e-books for me. Prices seem to range widely in the ads from 30 to 250), and I need someone who is good and fast at this without…Continue
It was a bizarre coincidence that I was reading…Continue
Hi people,I'm new in here and I wanted to see if someone could give me a hand. I'm looking for a series of books on a similar tone to the Sherlock Holmes ones but the thing was that you were…Continue
guess it's OK to toot somebody else's horn. This latest novel from Robert Ferrigno--a member of this group--is a buck today, and that's a hell of a deal. I just read it and it was so great to have…Continue
Started by Linton Robinson in Reading Room Jun 6.
Posted by Colman on June 19, 2013 at 6:03pm
So this is exciting. My Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter short story FATAL TRYST is featured new this week as a free podcast on CrimeCityCentral.com, the Audio Crime Fiction Magazine.
Narrated by Antoinette Bergin
Here's the link, look for case no. 49
So check it out and enjoy--and did I mention, it's free!
Posted by David DeLee on June 19, 2013 at 1:08am
Posted by Pauline Rowson on June 18, 2013 at 3:03am
Saturday I’ll teach a 3-hour class on "How to Develop Your Character." This is a condensed version of the 6-hr class I've taught several times at Anne Arundel Community College. In this class I share all I’ve learned writing nine well-reviewed novels. I offer tips and techniques to develop well-rounded characters readers will care about, and explain how to get your readers to cheer your heroes, boo your villains, and worry about the people caught in the middle.
Class starts at 10am,…Continue
Posted by Austin S. Camacho on June 18, 2013 at 1:36am