If you like Amityville Horror type ghost and haunted house novels and movies, you will love my new YA novel, GHOST GIRL IN SHADOW BAY, now in Kindle, Nook, and print.
Fans of Meg Cabot, R. L. Stine, Stephenie Meyer, Lois Duncan, Elizabeth Chandler, Francine Pascal, Caroline Cooney, Marley Gibson, Scott Westerfeld, Rachel Vincent,…
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Read what everyone is talking about these days--my powerful bestselling legal thriller, STATE'S EVIDENCE, now in Kindle and Nook.
You be the judge and jury of this eBook thriller and see how it stacks up to legal fiction by Grisham, Rosenberg, Fairstein, Scottoline, Bell, and other great legal novelists.
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For the last couple of weeks, I've been caught up by the excitement and potential for getting my books ready to put up on Kindle. First, I read several blogs, one of which I think I've mentioned here: http://jakonrath.blogspot.com has, in my opinion, the most exciting information about the subject of becoming an Indie. He invites authors, both NY best sellers, like Tim Hallinan, and newbies who've side-stepped the rejection process (boy howdy,…Continue
After the lunchtime rush, Jamie almost had the Diner to herself, which suited her frame of mind. She needed time to reflect on all that had happened since she had started working at the Eats three weeks ago. Waitressing was more difficult than she had thought it would be. She had to learn a new language, shout orders into the kitchen as she hurried through swinging doors bearing heavy trays of plates heaped with food. She was constantly moving from one table to the next, into the…Continue
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Lately there's been talk amongst publishers, agents, and authors alike that E-Books might one day be offered to the public for free (ok, I know this is happening now, but I mean ALL E-Books). Instead of the reader paying the author/publisher, sponsors will pay in exchange for product placement inside the text. Since the books are read via electronic reader, readers will be able to link to specific product websites, and even to that author's own books should the opportunity present…
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LINK TO TODAY'S COLUMN - http://exm.nr/KforKeepWriting
As writers, we all say that we will keep writing. Oh yeah, write every day. Some of us do and some of us don't. I decided this would make a great topic for my column today in the Las Vegas edition of Examiner.com. Those of you…Continue
Confession time: even though I have been following this author on various social media this is the first time I have read one of his novels. I know, groan, what is my issue, I have to claim no excuse. Michael Palmer’s bio is impressive as is his body of work. I will include all that in today’s post so hopefully if you are like me and haven’t had the chance to read one his works, you can shift gears and either get a hold of A Heartbeat Away or one of his other many novels. To…Continue
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An excerpt from a chapter in my book, Black Diamonds.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of sitting down and chatting with NYT Bestselling author Steve Berry. He was very engaging, put me at ease immediately, and was very engaging. We covered a variety of subjects, some old, some surprisingly new and he was nice enough to throw a few tidbits to share with everyone. But first I want to get in a few thoughts on his digital short story that sheds some light on his current novel The Emperor’s Tomb , The Balkans…Continue
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