July 2010 Blog Posts (145)

Murdering Holocaust-denier Engaged to Celine Dion Recovers Couches

I’m taking my revenge on the deployers of banal Facebook updates. I’m writing a blog post about my new couches.


Old couches recovered, actually. But I’ll get to that soon enough.


I had first thought to be avenged on the lame updaters by putting up a false Facebook status update of my own each day, attempting to see how long it would be before people caught on to the joke or simply had me removed from Facebook altogether. I…
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Added by Matt Rees on July 1, 2010 at 7:15pm — 5 Comments

Attention Readers - Giving Away House Justice by Mike Lawson

Leave a comment on Murder, Mystery & Mayhem to win one of two hardcover copies of Mike Lawson's recently released book House Justice. Ends July 15th. US addresses only.

Good Luck!


Added by Murder Mystery Librarian on July 1, 2010 at 12:22pm — No Comments

Limited TIme Offer - Get Mystery E-book on Smashwords for $1.99

I’m excited to announce that my mystery novel Twenty-Five Years Ago Today is now available in multiple e-book formats through Smashwords. If you own an e-reader and haven’t heard about Smashwords yet, this is a wonderful site to purchase very reasonably priced e-books. You can even find many books for free.



As a special offer for my blog readers and social networking friends, you can…

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Added by Stacy Juba on July 1, 2010 at 8:12am — No Comments

Big Machine

I'm one of the judges for the Shamus Awards this year and one of the submissions is Big Machine by Victor LaValle. The book seems to be an attempt to reinvent genre and pull it across the line into the land of serious literature. The novel's narrator Ricky is a janitor, an ex-junkie and a cult survivor. He’s also one of seven African Americans summoned to Vermont by a…

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Added by Austin S. Camacho on July 1, 2010 at 3:53am — 4 Comments

Next on television

Let’s be honest. We writers, we all want our books to be turned into movies or television series. A degree of celebrity and a lot of money come with it if the movie or the series is a hit.



It happens for few of us. Charlaine Harris a couple years ago with the True Blood series on HBO – vampires on the loose in Bon Temps, a fictional town in Louisiana. Sookie Stackhouse, a telepathic waitress in a bar,… Continue

Added by Jerry Peterson on July 1, 2010 at 2:01am — No Comments

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