Yesterday I found out that DYING IN A WINTER WONDERLAND, Wolfmont Press's 2008 Toys for Tots anthology of holiday crime stories, made the cut for the 2008 softcover bestsellers list with the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association!
Here's the list: http://www.mysterybooksellers.com/AnnualBestsellers.htm
All the authors in the anthology, and myself, are pumped about it!
Added by Tony Burton on February 21, 2009 at 3:30am —
Last year, my publishing company, Wolfmont Publishing, put together an anthology of Christmas crime fiction for the benefit of the Toys for Tots. That anthology, BY THE CHIMNEY WITH CARE, raised $1,365 for the Toys for Tots foundation. Twenty fine authors contributed their stories, most of them written especially for that anthology,
This year, we decided to do it again. On… Continue
Added by Tony Burton on September 10, 2007 at 12:34pm —
I just posted an audio flash story (look over there to your left... no, up a little... yeah, that's it!) It's a little over three minutes long, and I'd like your opinion on it.
It's called "Sweet Over-Indulgence" and I both wrote and produced the audio version.
Added by Tony Burton on July 9, 2007 at 2:36am —
Yes, folks, that's right! The Crime and Suspense Anthology I is now available for your reading pleasure! It contains fifteen stories from the first fifteen months of operation of the Crime and Suspense ezine, and includes such authors as Austin Camacho, Patricia Harrington, John M. Floyd, Gay Kinman and eleven others.
I intend to publish an anthology like… Continue
Added by Tony Burton on May 14, 2007 at 4:24pm —
Crime and Suspense Anthology IFor anyone who doesn't know, I'm also the chief editor (cook and bottlewasher) for the ezine, Crime and Suspense.
We've been around since October 2005, putting out a monthly ezine that just keeps getting better!
I recently decided to select some stories from the 2005/2006 issues and put them together into an… Continue
Added by Tony Burton on April 10, 2007 at 6:06am —
Well, I just got back from my first day of participating in that, and it was interesting. The Spring Book Show is primarily aimed at the returns and remainders market. It was astounding to see all these dealers with HUGE boxes of books, or more often, with single copies and a little label saying "Lots of 50, $3.25 NET" meaning they would sell the book to you in lots of no less than 50 copies, at $3.25 each. And these books have a retail price of anywhere from $9.95 to $21.95. Most would not… Continue
Added by Tony Burton on March 24, 2007 at 11:40am —