Jackie Tritt's Blog (3)

Crimespace win

I was delighted to hear from Daniel Hatadi that I'd won the Crimespace short story contest. With so many great crime writers on the site, I never believed I'd stand a chance, so I'm very glad I had a go, regardless. I did have an advantage with the Aussie connection, I must admit.

Well, now I've chosen my Crimespace t-shirt and I'm dithering about what books I'll buy with my Amazon voucher - so much to choose from, so many books I want to read. A very nice problem to… Continue

Added by Jackie Tritt on April 10, 2008 at 12:45pm — No Comments

Interview on Snapshot 2008

Australian Crime Fiction Snapshot: Jackie Tritt

Interview by Karen

1. Your book The Burning was released first as an e-book, which, I think, is a bit unusual in Australian Crime Fiction. What made you go down that sort of path?

Well, The Burning is actually having a second life as an e-book. It was originally published at the end of 1998, as a 2-in-1 Whodunnit, by Australian Pocket Press within a very limited market. Now it has been reworked for American readers… Continue

Added by Jackie Tritt on March 17, 2008 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Virtual Tales upgrade

My crime novel, 'The Burning' is a Virtual Tales publication. For a short time, there's a special offer available:

To showcase the new website and delivery upgrades, Virtual Tales will

be offering a 30% discount off all purchases made at their website

(www.VirtualTales.com) from Friday, February 22nd through Sunday,

March 9th. The special discount will automatically be applied to each

item as it is added to the shopping cart. There is no limit to the

amount… Continue

Added by Jackie Tritt on February 25, 2008 at 5:13pm — No Comments

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