James Mcentire posted this 5-star review of The Piranha Assignment on Amazon: “Very Enjoyable ! Review title says it all and this is a super value! I had not read this author before and was very favorably impressed!…
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Susan M. Harrison posted this 5-star review of The Troubleshooter on Amazon: “I would recommend this to everyone. I could not put it down. I wanted to read the whole book at once. Just to find out what was going to happen.”…
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Today's guest blogger, Wendy D. Walter, is on a blog tour and I'm happy to be one of her stops. Wendy is the author of Ambril's Tale, The Return of the Dullaith. Today she discusses writing fantasy - oh, and there's an excerpt from her new novel and a great contest at the bottom!
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Alain in Ottawa posted this 5-star review of The Payback Assignment on Amazon: “Second book I read from Austin and he really know how to keep the reader in the book. Full of action, intensity and happenings. Easy to understand the story. The villains are really bad guys which help bring excitement into the story.”…
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EJ posted this 5-star review of Collateral Damage on Amazon: “I loved it. This is the second book I have read from this author and I loved the first book. I will definitely read another.”…
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Deacon Pete posted this review about Damaged Goods on Amazon: “Another Hannibal Jones Winner! Good action adventure featuring Hannibal and the original cast of characters, plus. I enjoy his cool and calm in the worst of circumstances - especially when he's being beaten senseless. Light, fun and exciting. A quick "two-day read."…
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Marilyn Sullivan posted this5-star review of Collateral Damage on Amazon: “Everyone needs a hero. This guy is a larger than life guy who is a man’s man. I like that humor is mixed with danger. It left me wanting to read more! Hannibal protects rich and poor, young and old, restoring hope in life as he goes. The book is complete and stands alone. It is exciting and fun. I loved it!”…
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Everyone who registers for the Creatures, Crimes & Creativity conference will get a free copy of our exclusive anthology with stories by John Gilstrap, Christopher Golden and 23 other great writers. But to get it you’ve got to attend.
Writers who want to have their story in that prestigious volume must register and send in their story by February 29th. Get details on the C3 web site.…Continue
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Les in New Mexico posted a review on Amazon about The Troubleshooter: “Entertaining action story. Well written action romp. In this story we get to know Hannibal Jones, a tough hero with a social conscience. He can "take a licking and keep on ticking". He's too good to be true, but interesting and entertaining. Overall, a good light read staged around some serious issues.…
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Today’s guest, Ken Myers, has some good tips for writing dialog on my blog Another Writers Life.
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I was interviewed about my writing and my latest thriller, The Piranha Assignment, on the web blog 2012 Writers Alive! Check it out!
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Why haven’t you registered for the Creatures, Crimes & Creativity Conference? Check the web site and tell me what would make you want to attend.
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M. Simpson "Kindle Lover" posted a very positive review of my novel Russian Roulette on Amazon, even though Hannibal pretty much goes it alone in that book without his usual support team. Her words are the featured review on my web site. Check it out!
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Tomorrow I will be one of the featured authors at a holiday party put on by the Reading Divas book club. The Wine & Cheese Holiday Gathering will be my last public reading and signing for the year, so stop by at the Overdue Recognition Art Gallery, 6828 Race Track Rd, Bowie, MD from 7 to 9pm.
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Book signings on college campuses carry extra perks. Aside from selling books at the Northern Virginia Community College bookstore I got to meet a student from Romania, talk with a woman in the intelligence community about my characters going undercover, and chat about Russian Roulette with a fellow from Azerbaijan. BTW, Russian Roulette is still free on Kindle.…Continue
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For 5 days Russian Roulette is free on Kindle. In it, Washington D.C.'s professional troubleshooter, Hannibal Jones, is forced to take a case at gunpoint. His client will kill Hannibal's beloved, Cindy Santiago, if Hannibal refuses. to help him. His search for the truth leads to a dramatic shootout side-by-side with his murderous client.…Continue
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Tomorrow I’ll kick off December at the “Rolling out the Red Carpet Book Signing Event” put on by the Delta Sigma Theta sorority alumnae in Prince William County. After the Meet and Greet several local authors will read excerpts from our works. At the reception that follows you’ll really be able to get to know the writers. This literary event will take place from 1pm to 4pm in the Prince William Association of Realtors building, 4545 Daisy Reid Ave., Woodbridge VA.…
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