November 2011 Blog Posts (123)

Be a Part of a Life-Changing Event: "Maynard Soloman Proves Santa is Real"

Since a monster surge of traffic ate my website's generous November bandwidth in less than 12 days (, I've no choice but to make this extremely important announcement right here, right now. This could be the most significant few sentences of your entire life. One that will blow everything you thought about being human on this planet out of…

Added by Benjamin Sobieck on November 14, 2011 at 3:40pm — No Comments

The G-ZONE blogtalk radio schedule for this week , November 14th-19th

Hey, another busy week of interviews has us going Monday through Saturday this week with plenty of incredible authors to listen to and learn from. Here are the days, times and lineup of authors:

Monday – Angelique LaFontaine and Paul Guthrie- 5pm EST

Tuesday- Les Edgerton- 6pm EST

Wednesday-Heath Lowrance-4pm EST

Thursday- Angel  Zapata-4pm EST

Friday-Frank Duffy at 6pm EST and then at 7pm EST The Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Book Town



Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 14, 2011 at 9:13am — No Comments

The Mummies of Blogspace9

Have a look at my serialized horror blog!  If you thought the internet was safe from the undead, you were wrong - The Mummies of Blogspace9

Added by William Doonan on November 14, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments

KBL: Kill Bin Laden: A Novel Based on True Events John Weisman

Reading a book you already know the ending of before you start I think lends to a bit of trepidation. I had a little bit. I mean I have read other novels by the author, enjoyed his style, enjoyed the substance, have had many good experiences so why not right?

I have to say he nails this, from the first page to the last, he struck every chord, hit every note, and made a recount of events seem as real and visceral as if I was there, watching it all unfold in my face. The tales of…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 14, 2011 at 5:24am — No Comments

Interview with Tess Gerritsen & giveaway/Reviews/Ask a Cop & more in new KRL issue

New issue of Kings River Life just went up and we have a great interview with mystery author Tess Gerritsen, a review of her latest Rizzoli & Isles book "The Silent Girl" & a chance to win the book

We also have our second post in a new series called Ask A Small Town Cop, where he…


Added by Lorie Ham on November 13, 2011 at 4:17am — No Comments

The New Edition of Pulp Metal Magazine is out

Check out the newest edition of Pulp Metal Magazine.  Several Crimespace writers are featured in it.  Including me.  Come over and check a story of mine entitled, 'Cracker.'

Added by B.R.Stateham on November 13, 2011 at 4:09am — 2 Comments

Party over here, Party over there,…What the H#@* is a Twitter Party?

Party Time! Yes it is. Trestle Press will be holding a number of them, in the virtual sense. Feel free to drink all you want; it is a virtual party, the drinks are on you, sorry. Trestle Press will be hosting at least four of them between now and the New Year. The dates will appear below with the Trestle Press twitter link so you can party hardy dude. I mean if you are going…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 13, 2011 at 2:57am — No Comments

Col Bury "Manchester 6"


Admission I need to make before we go any further: I really had no idea that “flash fiction” could be this much fun before I got to read work from Darren Sant, Luca Veste, Sue Mydliak,  McDroll, and now Col Bury (hopefully I didn’t leave anyone out, if I did excuse me, sorry).

I am not sure what possess an author to try to tell a story in such a short word count, but for these people it works and works well. I am not just curious but totally enthralled when I read this stuff.…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 13, 2011 at 12:45am — No Comments

Hardit Singh releases “Fast Lane” with Trestle Press

UK author Hardit Singh releases the digital short story “Fast Lane’ with Trestle Press today.

“Fast Lane” synopsis and a bit on the author:

“Detective Vincent Perez operates on both sides of the law and is comfortable with doing so. However, he doesn’t realise he is slowly losing himself in the darkness, he is trying to stop.

 It is only when he endangers…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 12, 2011 at 2:19am — No Comments

R. Thomas Brown, author of "Old Man Coyote", Guest Post



One of the difficult things for me when describing my work (either when self-publishing or when querying an agent or publisher) is to place it within a genre. My stories play with crime, some elements of noir, but not all-in in most cases. I include the supernatural when the story feels right, but it’s not quite horror, but doesn’t feel much like dark…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 12, 2011 at 12:53am — No Comments

Review of Vincent Zandri's "Scream Catcher"

Damn you, Vincent Zandri.

I've barked at ol' Vince before for taking noir stereotypes and making them feel fresh (re: my review of…


Added by Benjamin Sobieck on November 11, 2011 at 11:18pm — No Comments

One of his best by far

Well, I had great plans to jot down some notes and quotes to share with you about John Grisham's newest book - The Litigators. Yeah, that didn't happen.... because it ended up being…


Added by Luanne Ollivier on November 11, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Blog Party, and You're Invited

Saturday, Nov. 12, and every day until Nov. 19th, I'm having a party on my main blog.

Visitors will meet a bunch of author/friends who will answer (hopefully with

wit and humor) questions about themselves and their work in ONE sentence.

Everyone is invited to visit and comment. Each day I will draw a name from the list of people who comment, and that person will get an…


Added by Peg Herring on November 11, 2011 at 10:08pm — No Comments

McDroll "Kick It"

I think the title should have just been “Kick A$%”. This grouping of flash fiction is in your face and fast paced. There is a very good reason why this title has been charting on Amazon Kindle UK literally within hours of its release, it is that good. The characters are rich, the prose is just to the point, punch you in the gut tight, and the speed at which McDroll delivers the action is blinding. I for one am a fan and a reader won over, no questions asked.

Here is the synopsis and…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 11, 2011 at 9:14pm — No Comments

Veterans Day

Today I want to remind you that this nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave. That freedom is never free. And that we often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude. Let's make sure our veterans never feel their sacrifices are taken for granted.

Added by Austin S. Camacho on November 11, 2011 at 9:09pm — No Comments

Graham Smith to release “11 The Hard Way” with Trestle Press!

Graham Smith is teaming up with Trestle Press to release “11 The Hard Way”. It is set for release November 16, 2011. Here is what you can expect from the stories, and a brief bio:

“11 Hard boiled stories of murder, misconception and mayhem. Nothing ends as expected. Everything can change in an instant. Tense, thrilling and funny. You’ll be cheering on, laughing at and…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 11, 2011 at 5:09am — No Comments

John Hansen Guest Post

How To Write A Crime Fiction Anthology

You are all familiar with anthologies. Maybe you love them, maybe you hate them, or maybe you are on the fence about them. Nevertheless, you are familiar with them. But haven’t you ever wondered about how an anthology is put together from an editing author who is undergoing that process this very moment?

Most often an anthology is put together this way: the editing author picks a theme, requests submissions, chooses their…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 11, 2011 at 2:47am — No Comments

5 Solid Reasons to Read Short Story Series

Trestle Press, my most excellent indie publisher, produces a pile of short story series. One of them, Amish Knitting Circle, owns the top spots for short stories in the entire world.…


Added by Benjamin Sobieck on November 11, 2011 at 12:12am — No Comments

Benjamin Sobieck “Maynard Soloman and the Job Nabbin' Illegal Immigrants”

I don’t know at times what to say about this series by Benjamin Sobieck. Maynard Soloman is so funny, his views so skewed,  and his politics so out there, that one can only help but laugh their butt off when reading this.

True Story: I was reading this on my Kindle waiting to pick up my youngest daughter at school. I was laughing so hard reading the bonus material, the recipe for Maynard’s Hamburgers, that I was getting those sideways glances. I really didn’t care; sometimes you just…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 10, 2011 at 9:30pm — 1 Comment

Review - The Singapore School of Villainy, Shamini Flint


Author:  Shamini Flint

ISBN:   9780749929770

Series:   Inspector Singh

Publisher:   Piatkus

Year of Publication:   2010

Inspector Singh is home - and how he wishes he wasn-t. His wife nags him at breakfast and his superiors are whiling away their time by giving him his usual 'you're a disgrace to the Force' lecture. Fortunately for Singh, there is no rest for the wicked when he is called out to the murder of a senior…


Added by Karen from AustCrime on November 10, 2011 at 7:20pm — No Comments

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