Sandra Ruttan's Blog – April 2008 Archive (4)

Cyber Book Launch Party

I'm hosting a cyber-party today, celebrating the launch of three new books. Drop by for virtual champagne and real music at my regular blog and check out the quick Q&As I did with special guests Tom Piccirilli and Barbara Fister.

Added by Sandra Ruttan on April 30, 2008 at 1:56am — No Comments

A Promotional Opportunity For Authors

We're still ironing out the kinks with At Central Booking, but it's almost ready to roll. By the time of the new Spinetingler Issue mid-May, ACB should be polished up and shining.

Already, we have fun features Craig McDonald's Lie Detector for HEAD GAMES is a lot of fun, and you can find out how Allan Guthrie's HARD MAN protagonist, Pearce would spend his final hours on… Continue

Added by Sandra Ruttan on April 10, 2008 at 5:22am — No Comments

Hot Topics Light My Fire

Curt Purcell offers up A Positive Account of Genre Fiction, which is presently generating some thoughtful comments. It's one of the most in-depth articles I've seen on the genre vs literature debate, and to be honest, I'm still processing it. For us in mystery, it's one of those topics that can get old fast, because we've been around the… Continue

Added by Sandra Ruttan on April 10, 2008 at 2:06am — No Comments

my apologies for the frailty of flesh

There are times in your life that things are so bad all the cliches actually start making sense. Spinning out of control. Don't know which end is up. Emotional roller coaster.

And when you're there, the only thing you seem to know with certainty is just how messed up everything is.

Right now, I'm displaced. Sort of homeless, and I feel overwhelmed by the awareness that I don't have an anchor. I'm sitting here, listening to…


Added by Sandra Ruttan on April 8, 2008 at 4:00am — 1 Comment

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