You are just as busy it seems - thanks for posting on my site - I'll put on my blog as well - you never know where it will be seen or by whom - Will look forward to your book in the fall - E :)
(PS - get with Andrea Sisco on Armchair Interviews if you'd like a review that goes on amazon.com as well - we have lots of reviewers or you can request specific reviewers to do the review if you want. She also can pass the word along about doing the benefits toward the library system - E :)
Thanks, Lyn. In my other incarnation - that of Realtor - I'm actually thinking of applying for HouseHunters; I just have to get a buyer under contract first, that I can persuade to join me. Thanks for the invitation to beyour friend!
sorry for the delay. just got back from bangkok. the fellow beside me in the picture is colin cotterill. he's a writer. nice chap by all accounts. once i get unpacked i'll take a look at your lib net page and write again. best wishes. cc
Hi Lyn - Yep, I know Ken, I think everyone knows Ken at this stage ... the guy's such a total gentleman, he goes out of his way to help people, and especially writers trying to scrape by ... Re: the project on New Orleans libraries ... hugely commendable, I think it's a fabulous idea ... if you want to write me about 150 words as to what you're doing, and send me a link to the book, I'll run a post up on my blog, Crime Always Pays, next week, and be delighted to do so. You can get me at dbrodb(a)gmail.com ... Cheers, Dec
Hi Lyn, and thanks very much for the invite. I've just been looking at your blog... what an terrific cause. The only municipal entities I really believe in are firehouses and libraries, and in a pinch I'd be willing to do without firehouse. Best always, Mike