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If you love mysteries and like to surf the web, you probably noticed that there are a gajillion web sites
featuring mystery writers, books, movies and more. How can you possibly keep track of them all?
Luckily, you don't have to because the Sisters in Crime have done it for you. Their list of mystery websites
is exhaustive and laid out alphabetically so you can find the author, book or concept you're looking for. So the next time you're on the hunt for a new source of…
Added by Austin S. Camacho on July 12, 2011 at 10:37pm — No Comments
Sound familiar? Dr. Seuss wrote the poem as an inspiration and promise to children.
Writers go to many places, often inside our heads but sometimes to book signings, conferences, libraries and Starbucks. Usually we pay our own…Continue
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I guess it all started with the first Alex Kava crime novel. I just fell in love with the female main character. This was back in 2000 I think. Slowly I made my way through all her books. My mom liked her books but still read, most of the time, her trashy love novels, historical ones. Stuff like that.
One day at a shop I found the first Kathy Reichs. Temperance Brennan. One of the most amazing crime novel character ever developed - in my…Continue
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Hubby and I traveled to the Mackinac Bridge this weekend. It's something we've seen lots of times before, but I found that as I reached the closing scenes of the second Dead Detective Mystery, I needed to look at the bridge with a new purpose. The book is already past the date that I gave my editor for submission, but I needed to answer some specific questions: can a person get from the water onto the bridge, would the bridge workers be aware of a pedestrian, and could she get up onto the…Continue
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Writers place a great deal of confidence in many research sources but in odd moments I wonder if those references are really perfect. For example, if a word is misspelled in the dictionary, how would we ever know?
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THE SEX SLAVE MURDERS: The True Story of Serial Killers Gerald and Charlene Gallego, my bestselling true crime book, climbs to #1 on Kindle's Bestsellers on Offenders.
Has also moved up to #4 on Criminology Bestsellers List, #5 in Serial Killer Books, and #23 in overall Nonfiction True Crime Books. …
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I've been blessed again this week with good, insightful, thoughtful reviews.
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Mitzi Szereto chats from South Florida with Boston’s Joe Viglione on Visual Radio in a two-part interview about books, writing, publishing, and her controversial new release Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts.
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What a powerful tool fate can be for writing fiction, regardless of the genre. Today's Writers Tricks of the Trade:
MORGAN ST. JAMES
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Everywhere I go, I see people reading books on Kindle, on iPads, on Nooks. And I'm jealous. I'd like to buy a book reader, but Isaac Asimov won't let me.
Dr Asimov is telling me to forget book readers -- I need to get the most audacious multi-media device in existence. Salivate over this:
"A cassette as ordinarily viewed makes sound and casts light. That is its purpose, of course, but must sound and light intrude on others who are not involved or interested? The…
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