I like to share feedback I get from readers. Today I want to introduce you to Dawn Thomas - 1 of the many friends I’ve made on the Kindle Korner Yahoo group. When the conversation turned to my Hannibal Jones novels she quickly spoke up to say how much she enjoyed The Troubleshooter for the accurate descriptions and well developed characters.…Continue
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Writers, and aspiring writers, will want to attend the Virginia Writers Club annual meeting. The event is November 13th at the historic Mount Vernon Inn, but you need to sign up by October 31. The event will kick off with a Meet & Greet at 11am, and close at 4pm after two moderated roundtable discussions: Poets in the Parlor and Memoirists in the Hall. In between we’ll…Continue
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My most recent book signing, at Borders in Woodbridge, VA, was a big success. I've sold out at this store in the past but this time they ordered enough books to last beyond my time there.
In addition to the in-person appearance I did…Continue
Stephen Brayton is an editor at Echelon press. He is also their Short Story Marketing Director and has two novels pending publication. He explains how he got in that position and what it’s like to wear all those hats today on my blog, Another Writers Life- http://bit.ly/M6MdU
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YA author LM Preston reminds us of an annual event that is guaranteed to get us writing - and tells us the best way to get through it – on my blog, Another Writer’s Life - http://bit.ly/M6MdU
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Saturday the Borders in Woodbridge hosts me for a book signing. It's just off I-95 near Potomac Mills Mall. I've done very well there in the past and expect to again. If you're in the area, pay me a visit between 2pm and 6pm at 2904 Prince William County Parkway, Woodbridge VA-…Continue
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I like to share feedback I get from readers. Today I want to introduce you to Juli Monroe.
When I first announced…Continue
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I've learned that we must take great care with the fiction we write, because when written well it can affect people more than reality. The facts, it seems, are easier to ignore. As Winston Churchill said, "Many men stumble across the truth, but most manage to pick themselves up and continue as if nothing had happened."
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You would be hard put to find a more talented OR more charming collection of mystery authors than the ladies who contribute to the Cozy Chicks blog. The blog is always a fun…Continue
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Kindle owners! The ebook cost of my 4th Hannibal Jones mystery – Damaged Goods – has dropped to $2.99.…Continue
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TL James is the author of the speculative family saga, The MPire Trilogy. James’ storyline showcases her love of research, biblical studies and literary classics from Chaucer to ancient mythology. But since this is a character-driven saga I asked James to tell us about one of her main characters and how she writes him so well. Her response, posted on…Continue
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I like to share feedback I get from readers. Today I want to introduce you to Cheryl Waggoner.
Cheryl commented on the Kindle Korner chat group that she had enjoyed The…Continue
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The laws of physics are intended to demystify the world, but the imagination continues to raise more questions. For example, if you are driving at the speed of light and you turn your headlights on, what happens?
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Tomorrow Borders in Silver Spring hosts me for a book signing. In their "All Things Local" section at the front of the store you can learn all sorts of interesting things about the history of Silver Spring. This store likes to have a lot of events, including regular story times every Saturday at 10:30AM, and visits from musicians and…Continue
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