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At 6:48pm on October 22, 2009, RONALD FEASEL said…
HI Jennie, The conference is the first internet conference for writers and readers too. Google Poison Pen Web Conference and you can participate. Hurry though it stats on the 24th. this saturday.
At 3:25pm on October 12, 2009, Beth Groundwater said…
Hi Jennie,
Thanks for befriending this mystery author on Crimespace! I hope you'll put my books, A Real Basket Case and To Hell in a Handbasket, on your to-read list. If you'd like to enter a contest for a free copy of To Hell in a Handbasket, sign up for my email newsletter at: http://bethgroundwater.com/ .
- Beth
At 6:21am on October 12, 2009, Ginny Lieberman said…
Nice to meet you Jennie. I apologize for not getting back to you sooner, I am just getting the hang of this social networking thing.

Ginny L.
At 1:23am on September 29, 2009, Anne Stuessy said…
Hi Jennie, Thanks for asking, but I'm not sure if you mean how do you access the Sniplits website (easy - just go to http://www.sniplits.com) or how do you get published on Sniplits (our submissions guidelines & calendar are at the Sniplits Authors' Room - http://www.sniplits.com/authorsroom.jsp). I hope to see you at B'con!
At 9:18am on September 27, 2009, RONALD FEASEL said…
ill readv it
At 9:27am on September 25, 2009, Jeff Markowitz said…
The new book is a warm and fuzzy Christmas story, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Murder. I'm killing people in a shopping mall at Christmas. (Maybe it's not so warm and fuzzy after all). If you're curious, I've posted the book trailer on my page.
At 4:24am on September 25, 2009, Jeff Markowitz said…
We're both well. Gearing up for my book release next month.
At 10:28pm on September 24, 2009, Donna Carrick said…
Our youngest child is from China, so we were there in 2003. Loved the landscape, especially in the South. Amazing. Naturally, I also did a lot of other research into history and culture. We're lucky to have a very large Chinese community where I live, so that part wasn't as hard as you might think. Have a great day!
At 2:37pm on September 24, 2009, Anthony Flacco said…
Hi there, Jennie -- I loved doing the sound sample and plan to do more. To answer you, the way that I got it onto my site was that I put my best computer skills to work and asked my web guy to put it there for me. He's done my web-work for several years now. His name is Bruce Uher and his company is called Multimedia Interactive. You can reach him, if you care to, at buher@multimedia-interactive.com. -- Best regards,
Anthony
At 9:40am on September 24, 2009, Donna Carrick said…
Hi, Jennie, it's actually my 3rd proof, but yes, it's still exciting! The book is called The First Excellence, a mystery set in China. Drop in to my page anytime. Best regards,
Donna
At 9:25am on September 23, 2009, RONALD FEASEL said…
thats a good topic
At 1:53am on September 23, 2009, RONALD FEASEL said…
ty jennie we can share stuff
At 3:52am on September 22, 2009, robert walker said…
hard economic times require harsh actions....but I could give you a reduced rate. contact me direct if you want to set something up at inkwalk@sbcglobal.net for the full book autopsy.
At 12:27pm on September 18, 2009, Benjamin Sobieck said…
Wow, I'm flattered you asked me for advice. My endings stop the novel 99.9% of the way through. There should be a little tail wagging in the breeze, making the reader wonder what happens from there. Wrapping everything up 100% isn't as interesting. If you're stuck and don't know how the novel will end, well, that's a different story. A little mental lubrication helps. Also, putting the WIP down for a bit is a catch-all trick no matter the problem.

Hope that helps!
At 3:26pm on September 17, 2009, Daniel Hatadi said…
Jennie, keep at it and you'll get there. At which point you just have to keep on doing it all over again. :)
At 12:12am on September 17, 2009, Jeff Markowitz said…
Hi Jennie. I hope all is well.
Jeff
At 5:54am on September 15, 2009, robert walker said…
Will likely mss B-Con for various reasons as much as I'd like to be on hand. I am still editing the works of others but my RATE has had to go up to 2.50 per page, but the Knife gets the job done.
At 1:34am on September 15, 2009, Beth Groundwater said…
Hi Jennie,
For a cozy mystery author like myself, I would say that the Malice Domestic conference is the best, though I've also gone to Left Coast Crime and Mayhem in the Midlands, and am attending my first Bouchercon this fall.
At 1:55pm on September 14, 2009, Beth Groundwater said…
Hi Jennie,
Thanks for befriending this mystery author!

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