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"Anatomy of a Crime Novel: The Craft of Crime Fiction"
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My friendship with Declan Burke predates this blog. I met him via an interview after I had reviewed his novelThe Big O, the appeal of which has not diminished with the passage of three years. He is a splendid person, a good friend and confederate, and has bucked me up more times than I care to remember as having needed to be bucked up.
His new book, Absolute Zero Cool, was officially released on July 7, though the big party will…Continue
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Writing a blog and putting a little humor in it (or attempting to). At the same time discussing what ingredients you need to make a standard police-procedural really work. An experiment on my part in my blog today. Go take a look and tell me what you think. Find it here:
This is one of the things that I always emphasize. Your materials represent you and your book.
MORGAN ST. JAMES
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Cool article running in the San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times and The Montclarion
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Through my research and academic studies, I have found many interesting aspects about serial killers that may or may not be generally known. I’ve incorporated a few aspects about serial killers from my list below to help keep my crime fiction heroine…Continue
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Two authors and a teddy bear go for a night out in South Florida, encountering beat poets, bubble tea, belly dancers and kava - along with a few margaritas along the way!
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My next book signing is Saturday at the Borders Express in Fair Oaks Mall. This store, in an upscale mall, has been very good to me in the past, and I expect it to be again. Stop by and see what I mean between noon and 4pm. You can map to the mall at 11713 Lee Jackson Hwy, Fairfax VA.
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Here is the first novel. Introductory price 2.99. Straight historical set in twelfth century Japan on the cusp of the Heike wars.
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Nonfiction book "How to Write a Dick: A Guide to Writing Fictional Sleuths from a Couple of Real-Life Sleuths" by Colleen Collins and Shaun Kaufman
Available on Kindle and Nook
We're visiting various mystery writers' and crime professionals' blogs throughout July and August, posting new articles about investigations at each blog stop (with the occasional interview). Besides reading about private investigations and meeting up with mystery writers/readers, you might…Continue
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