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Uncommon crime fiction - is this really a novel approach?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam Saville Dec 28, 2012.

Detective Jackson - LJ Sellers Novels
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen from AustCrime Aug 24, 2011.

Current Trends - what have you been readings? Who's your favorite sleuth?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by I. J. Parker Apr 15, 2011.

 

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Dec 9, 2013
Miriam Pia posted a status
"http://sbpra.com/miriampia/ Updated, stylish, hard cover version of a crime novel mentioned here. What are thinking and what they do"
Aug 9, 2013
Miriam Pia replied to Judith Townsend Rocchiccioli's discussion My Name
"I think this is a fair question but do not have a good answer.  Do you link your novel to other stories and sites? "
Jul 26, 2013
Miriam Pia replied to Colman's discussion Begged, bought, stole or borrowed - what's your last 5 books acquisitions?
"Latest 5 books: it is an odd combo: 1) Roman Rituals (Catholic Rites for basic priest duties in 3 volumes) 2) Metallurgy - a university level introductory textbook.  I only went for this level because I have a BS degree as well as having had…"
Feb 24, 2013
Liam Saville replied to Miriam Pia's discussion Uncommon crime fiction - is this really a novel approach?
"I like the team approach, it is after all how a real murder task force would work.  I think you need to be careful though not to introduce too many characters in the opening paragraphs; this might overwhelm the reader with information and…"
Dec 28, 2012
Susan replied to Miriam Pia's discussion Uncommon crime fiction - is this really a novel approach?
"Also, John Lutz writes a series featuring Frank Quinn, but his is a team approach, with recurring characters appearing in several novels."
Dec 27, 2012
Martyn V. Halm replied to Miriam Pia's discussion Uncommon crime fiction - is this really a novel approach?
"I don't think it's a novel approach. As been said before, TV shows like Crimininal Minds also use a whole team, and in crime fiction I think about the Ed McBain books, but also the Burke novels by Andrew Vachss."
Dec 26, 2012
Jemir Johnson replied to Miriam Pia's discussion Uncommon crime fiction - is this really a novel approach?
"Since todays audience trend towards plot observation before, during or after a story ("why didn't he or she just ...", "How did they not suspect ...", "Wouldn't they need a warrant to ..." , etc) I don't…"
Dec 24, 2012

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Hometown:
Syracuse NY USA
About Me:
PD/MA offered, Modern European Philosophy, Middlesex University 1999
Writers Bureau Certificate of Competence Creative Writing 2005
BS cum laude SUNY Brockport 1994

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Books And Authors I Like:
I actually read a nonfiction book again. They Fought For Each Other by Kelly Kennedy. I also have read at least some of Accounting Methods 3rd edition for my MBA accounting course, which I have been terribly neglectful about.

Ann McCaffrey, David Drake, CS Lewis, Madeline L'Engle, Nietzsche, Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Xanth, Tolkein, Pern, The Sword of Shanara, Elfstones of Shannara, Thieves World saga - Fahrfred & the grey mouser, Nancy Holzner, Dostoevsky in English,
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
NCIS, CSI...I watched The Crow, New Moon and went back and covered Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I still love Star Trek in most of its forms, and a great deal of Star Wars memorabilia.

There is some car part that looks like a space station, "say it that way."

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From a crime fiction novel author where murder was not the crime....

Like so many of us, while quick to learn some skills in other ways I seem to be a bit slow, especially if I don't just keep going way after having grown angry and frustrated...but calming down before even trying to proceed.  One example of this is the time involved with catching on to things like blogging. 

The Sheriff of Marion County is fed up with a local villain.  With only half of what he needs to…

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Posted on November 21, 2012 at 7:52pm

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At 9:32am on June 28, 2011, CJ West said…

Hi Miriam, sorry it took me so long to respond. You can find information on my BTR show at www.22wb.com. On the multimedia page click Blog Talk Radio.

 

CJ

 

At 2:46am on March 4, 2010, B.R.Stateham said…
Glad we connected--now for some outrageous lie and tall tales. Stuff to laugh at and say 'Ah, shucks!'
At 12:15am on August 29, 2009, Mitzi Szereto said…
well, you can only keep plugging away, that's what i do! i'm always on the BBC, so that's good at least - though not sure it yields book sales, but publicity is publicity! i've launched a web TV channel "Mitzi TV" and i am putting all my efforts into that. have a look when you get a chance! http://mitziszereto.com/tv
At 8:41am on June 16, 2008, Miriam Pia said…
Ayo & Suzanne: can you both read these?...Thank you for your comments. I wrote the novel for a general fiction market not as a niche traditional crime story.

Do you feel this is inapproriate for crimespace? This is new territory for me.

Miriam
At 10:41am on June 15, 2008, Ayo said…
Hi Miriam,

I am afraid that that I will only review proof copies of books. I have had too many problems where unpublished authors have not liked my comments regarding their books so now I have found that it is safer if the book is sent via the publisher.
 
 
 

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