Are you a fan of time travel fiction??? If so, you will LOVE my original YA time travel mystery, DANGER IN TIME, now in audio. Teen travels ten years into the past to save skeptical sister's life, forcing both to confront a serial killer. Also in eBook and print.
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From the bestselling author of STATE'S EVIDENCE and PERSUASIVE EVIDENCE comes the hit legal thriller and police procedural eBook, JUSTICE SERVED, in Audible. Homicide detectives go after bat wielding deadly female vigilante with a beautiful judge the chief suspect.
Narrator Beth Richmond "draws listeners into the…Continue
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My bestselling legal thriller, STATE'S EVIDENCE, now an audiobook. Prosecutor & detective go after two hardened killers trying to beat the system in powerful courtroom thriller narrated by Judith West, referred to as "a veritable magician with her voice."
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“Amish Knitting Circle” now occupies the numbers 2,3,4,5 rankings in short story fiction in all of Amazon Kindle, not just category, overall. Check it out here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/digital-text/157087011/ref=pd_zg_hrsr_kinc_1_4_last
They also are…Continue
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Well my co-written thriller, Frame-Up, has now been rejected by most of the relevant imprints in New York after about a year of submissions. (That keeps us in good company, though. All of New York passed on John Grisham's The Firm the first time around as well as countless other novels that later enjoyed success.) We've now self-published the book:
For those authors who haven't experienced…Continue
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In my blog today I interview another rising talent in the Brit crime scene. Ian Ayris. Come over and check it out. And bookmark his name. He's a good'un.
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In John Wesley, Rawles survivalist novel, "Survivors," the author is asking who will be prepared to survive after the stock market takes a complete crash, inflation skyrockets and paper money becomes useless.
After these events occur, rioting and looting begin and only those who have prepared are able to survive. The infrastructure of society is disolved, gas…Continue
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The Made It Moments forum on my blog has featured Edgar winners, Edgar nominees, and internationally bestselling crime fiction writers. Today Richard Godwin offers his version--a NOT Made It Moment. I hope you'll stop by and say hello!
Thanks! Enjoy your day :)
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Based on what I just read in Sunday's New York Times Book Review about recent Dickens' biographies, I am thinking about the incredible amount of truth contained in Dickens' unveiling of himself to Dostoyevsky when they met : http://ning.it/rC2Dc7
“He told me,” Dostoyevsky recalled in a letter written years later, “that all the good, simple people in his novels . . . are what he wanted to have been, and his villains were what he was (or rather,…
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Randall Haight lives in the town and served eighteen years for murdering a girl when he was age fourteen. He was given a new identity after his release from prison and now is getting pictures showing the barn door where the murder he was involved…Continue
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I last saw Dennis LaRaja at George Mason University where I did a reading as part of the Fall for the Book
event. He was one of the first people to buy The Piranha Assignment and later wrote to say that he gets great pleasure and comfort being with my characters Morgan Stark and Felicity O'Brien. In fact he commented that he would probably enjoy reading about them doing their laundry or some other mundane chore for a few chapters just to be with them and listen to…
Added by Austin S. Camacho on November 7, 2011 at 9:49pm — No Comments
Me? A published writer? Don’t be daft…. Yet this week, it actually happened. Still can’t quite believe it but I’m loving every single minute of it. It’s been great to see the look on my colleagues’ faces when I’ve told them. Had all sorts of responses from, ‘Well, you’ll be self publishing,’ to ‘Oh, an e-book, not a proper book.’ Well, stuff the lot of them! Trestle Press is going all out to get some great writers out there so that people can read some fresh new fiction. And e-books…do you…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 7, 2011 at 9:01pm — No Comments
Up at 5am, stoves and coffee started, journal writing complete...this is my morning writing ritual, and it never fails to get me going. I find when I deviate from this ritual & spend my time on emails, or websites, or re-reading that last chapter in whatever book I'm currently reading, that's when my writing takes a turn for the worse. Don't get me wrong, these things are part and parcel of the business of writing (research, correspondence, filling the well); but when it comes…Continue
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Another barnburner of a week here on my blogtalk radio show, The G-ZONE. We start off the week with Amazon Kindle #1 Best-Selling author Karen Anna Vogel. She is releasing her new novel “Knit Together: An Amish Knitting Novel” Monday, so we will be discussing that along with her plans for here her Best-Selling “Amish Knitting Circle” digital short series. Here is the lineup of guests and the times they will be on:
Monday: Karen Anna Vogel-6pm EST
Tuesday-Stuart Nager- 4pm…Continue
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In this rapidly changing industry, writers must adapt on a near-daily basis and continuously search for new ways to reach new readers. In that mode, I’ve decided to re-brand my Detective Jackson series by listing Secrets to Die For as the first book and creating a new cover for it. The old cover was never meant to be the final product, but that's another…Continue
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