Sandra Ruttan's Blog – March 2008 Archive (3)

Greatest Writers: Hardboiled/Noir vs Mainstream/Cozy

In the wake of the Daily Telegraph list of must-read crime/thriller authors, The Rap Sheet decided to create their own. I was looking at the discussion about it and came back to the same question I've pondered…

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Added by Sandra Ruttan on March 18, 2008 at 12:32am — 6 Comments

A "Me" Moment

I got my first big review in for WHAT BURNS WITHIN, from Publishers Weekly:



What Burns Within Sandra Ruttan... Three Vancouver constables—son-of-a-sergeant Craig Nolan, bombshell in the boys’ club Ashlyn Hart, and stolidly antisocial cop Tain—are drawn together as the rapes, arsons and child abductions they’re working on respectively converge. The three, who have a beef over a prior case gone bad, must get over their personal differences and chase scant leads before another…

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Added by Sandra Ruttan on March 11, 2008 at 2:00am — 7 Comments

Effective Marketing

First: What do Kurt Vonnegut, Naomi Novik, Michael Chabon, John Scalzi, Neil Gaimon, Joe Hill and Terry Pratchett all have in common?



Along with many other authors, they’re all contenders in the Fantasy Bookspot 2007 tournaments. There are two tournaments, an all-time (classic) tournament and a 2007…

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Added by Sandra Ruttan on March 10, 2008 at 4:00am — 2 Comments

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