Tide of Death introduces the enigmatic DI Andy Horton, whose patch is Portsmouth and the Solent area on the South Coast of England. The action opens on a foggy August Bank Holiday and to mark the occasion Tide of Death is on a special offer on Amazon Kindle for August Bank Holiday, only 23 - 26 August. So if you haven't met Andy Horton yet here's your…Continue
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The third in the DI Horton series (currently eleven) set on the South Coast of England in Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight is on a special Kindle offer for August only £1.99 or $3.34.
As Horton is forced to confront his past he's faced with a dangerous adversary who will stop at…Continue
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A teachers journey into and out of Insanity.
How did those parents harass me to breaking point?
How did I reclaim my…Continue
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What you are about to read is not…Continue
Saturday, Nov. 12, and every day until Nov. 19th, I'm having a party on my main blog.
Visitors will meet a bunch of author/friends who will answer (hopefully with
wit and humor) questions about themselves and their work in ONE sentence.
Everyone is invited to visit and comment. Each day I will draw a…
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The following blog is NOW APPEARING at The Vincent Zandri Vox!
There are reasons I don't get into publishing and this is the main reason why: Success is…Continue
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Please excuse the double entendre, but we couldn't help it. These kinds of things don't come around every day you know. The fact that it's been SNOWING off and on here in Southern Oregon the last couple of days, and that a week ago today on April Fool's Day we got a surprise phone call from author Miranda Phillips Walker asking if she could come back home. Here's the backstory: Krill Press was founded in the fall of 2008 and our first title, "Absinthe Of Malice" by…Continue
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Amazon and Smashwords are now the same company. Details from the Smashwords Blog:
(Los Mirages, Calif. and Seattle WA) – April 1, 20111 – Smashwords, a leading ebook distributor, today announced a definitive agreement to acquire Amazon for $149.99 a share or $69 billion, a 20%…Continue
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Instead of doing a full-fledged blog tour, I coordinated something a little bit different for my books - a Book Review Block Party. I contacted numerous book bloggers about publishing their reviews during a certain time-frame, and the end result was 21 book reviews being published across the Internet in one week for my mystery novels Twenty-Five Years Ago Today and Sink or Swim. You can read snippets of the reviews and more about the "book review tour" here.…Continue
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GODCHILD...a story for the broken hearted that takes place where THE INNOCENT leaves off....
"A classic… Continue
The battle is over, the bombs dropped, the shots fired, the smoke cleared, the dead lay scattered across the battlefield, the wounded picked up and carted out to the mobile hospitals. Me, I sit with my back up against the trench, face hot and dirty from the soil that sticks to my sweat, my breath beginning to even out, lit cigarette danging from trembling fingers.
Yesterday was the day I wanted to see if I could sell more books online than I could at a traditional signing. As you…
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I wrote about some of the positives about e-publishing yesterday. Here are some of the negatives. To start, there is the small percentage of people who actually own a reading device. The number is growing rapidly, but it's still small. 5 or 10 years from now this will be much less of an issue. Reaching those people can be difficult, particularly for fiction. Sites like this one can help, because at least you have a target audience. But how many of you own reading devices?
The ease of…Continue