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Has anyone here played Second Life?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Mack Lundy May 4, 2010.

Can writing poetry help your prose?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Julie Lomoe Mar 17, 2010.

Inviting and vetting guest bloggers
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Upstate New York
About Me:
Author of ELDERCIDE (2008) and MOOD SWING: THE BIPOLAR MURDERS (2006). Order both from www.virtualbookworm.com or from Amazon. ELDERCIDE is the first in a series featuring Claire Lindstrom, nursing supervisor with the Compassionate Care home care agency in upstate New York, who suspects someone is killing her elderly clients. The book explores ethical dilemmas most of us will face - if we live long enough. MOOD SWING features Erika Norgren, social worker/director of a social club for the mentally ill on Manhattan's Lower East Side. With over 20 years of professional mental health experience and eight years running my own home care agency, I'm a subject matter expert! See my website to read sample chapters.
I Am A:
Books And Authors I Like:
Tess Gerritsen, Patricia Cornwell, Nevada Barr, Michael Palmer, Craig Ferguson
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Help!, 8 1/2, The Colbert Report, Bones, CSI, The Sopranos

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Please visit my WordPress blog - you never know what you'll find!

I just reached another milestone - 40,000 hits on my WordPress blog, Julie Lomoe's Musings Mysterioso, which I began only last May. But I'm still somewhat mystified in terms of where all those hits are coming from! If you stop by, please live a comment and let me know you came from CrimeSpace.

I welcome guest bloggers. If you're interested, please leave a comment below with your contact information as well as something about your…


Posted on February 9, 2010 at 8:18pm

My Blog Book Tour starts Monday, November 9 - come visit me!

I'm revving up for my first-ever Blog Book Tour, starting this Monday, November 9th. Ten wonderful writers have offered to host me. Hope you'll visit my blog to see the schedule and get links for the first three stops.

Julie Lomoe's Musings Mysterioso

Posted on November 7, 2009 at 3:30am

Learning about the blogosphere through Blog Book Tours

Since the beginning of May, I've been immersed in the online Blog Book Tours course. I've been posting on my blog, Julie Lomoe's Musings Mysterioso, almost daily, and as of today I expect to log 2,000 visits. That's since May lst, not just today. Even so, for me, that's an enormous number, though it's minuscule for some.

The course is demanding, but highly informative for writers who want to maximize their online presence. The next course… Continue

Posted on June 16, 2009 at 10:00am


I put together the following list for my local Sisters in Crime chapter. I'd welcome your comments and additional suggestions, as I plan to keep this updated. The original formatting was classier, but here it is.


Blog Book Tours (www.blogbooktours@yahoogroups.com) Good advice for authors on negotiating the online world of blogging and social networking.

Crimespace (www.crimespace.ning.com) Attractive, user-friendly… Continue

Posted on February 24, 2009 at 4:23am

Modesty is the best policy - if your goal is obscurity

I just checked the comments on my last blog entry about becoming an Amazon reviewer. I. J. Parker and John Dishon questioned why I'd want to review my own book, and warned that it could destroy my credibility. So I'm hereby clarifying: no, I didn't review my own book on Amazon, but I did post some biographical information under the heading "Please allow me to introduce myself." (Mick Jagger's "Sympathy for the Devil" was running through my head, but I didn't source the quote - probably another… Continue

Posted on January 17, 2009 at 8:23am — 3 Comments

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At 1:44am on July 31, 2009, Kris Neri said…
Thanks for the friend-invite, Julie.
At 7:22am on May 12, 2009, Anne White said…
Julie, Sorry I've been missing SinC Mavens' meetings. I've been enjoying your website and trying to bring my own up to date. How's the next book coming? That's my big question -- can you keep up with websites and still find time to write?
Anne White
At 12:03am on April 11, 2009, robert walker said…
Am also blogging today at my usual Friday place -- ACME authors link on the other most important element of your story -- you guessed it -- BEGINNINGS. All there is to know about Beginnings! With sample/examples! That's found at http.//acmeauthorslink.blogspot.com

At 12:01am on April 11, 2009, robert walker said…
Hey everyone! Find me blogging today at Peg Herring's Crimespace on ENDINGS...all you ever wanted to know and more about puttin' and ending on a story...the whole nine yards, the kitchen sink. Check it out -- The Most Important Element of your story -- Endings. The end.

At 11:54pm on April 9, 2009, robert walker said…
Look for my interview up at www.speakwithoutinterruption.com at the Writers Corner or search by my name there by going to the bottom of the page. It is an interview with Jean Henry Mead conducting and I think you'd enjoy it.
At 7:41am on February 2, 2009, Beth Groundwater said…
Hi Julie,
Thanks for befriending this fellow mystery author!
At 6:09am on September 28, 2008, robert walker said…
Yes, that was me putting up a list on MWA. I'm pretty busy. Also no offense. I know I need to drop a few pounds.

Rob Walker and Pongo
At 1:26am on September 28, 2008, robert walker said…
Julie, thanks for adding me as a friend. For whatever reason, I seem to be unable to add friends; that thingamabob won't open for me. Is it my mac? dunno. At any rate, again thanks for adding me, and I hope to add you soon as I figure out what is going wrong here.
Rob Walker
At 4:10am on September 14, 2008, Lee Martin said…
Hi Julie,

I just finished reading the sample chapter of "Mood Swing". It was quite interesting. Now I'm going to have to buy the book to find out what's happening! I became interested in it right away.
I like your writing style.
Talk to a later,
At 3:40am on September 14, 2008, Lee Martin said…
Good Morning Julie,

Thanks for the quick response. I just left you a nice long message but being the wizard I am, I left it on my page and not yours...............dahhhhhhhhhhh.

You and the first person I have come across, beside myself, that has published with VBW. I too am quite pleased with them. I spent several months researching online about publishers before I chose VBW. There were a thousand question, now I only have 950 or so. Being a first time author, I wanted to get the best results I could. Traditional publishers normally won't give a first time author a look and then you have to have a professional editor and then it's a problem because so many traditional publishers insist you have an agent or they won't consider you and so on and so on. What's a newby to do? (haha).

I agree the POD situation has it's problems and probably not the ideal situation. It's too bad there isn't a traditional publisher that specializes in new, first time authors. I think that for what VBW charges and what you get for your money, it's very good. Now my main goal is finding different ways to promote and expose my book to readers. So far, it's only being carried on line, but I have made a deal with Barnes and Noble here in Virginia Beach to physically carry my book. One or two to start with, to see if it sells and then more after that. So, I hope it sells.

Do you have any pictures of your dogs? I'd love to see them if you do. Sasha was six months old when I got her. The people who had her had neglected her terribly and were going to abandon her somewhere. She was a wee bad of bones and I couln't let that happen, so I took her in. I already had two quite elderly toy poodles and I had some concerns, but they all got along fine. Now Sasha is quite healthy, 95 pounds and an excellent watch dog and protector as well as a great family dog. Somehow I think she knows what I did for her.

I am definately going to check out the first chapter of your book. It looks very interesting. Would you consider reading the manuscript version of my book and giving me your opinion on it? It's only 152 pages or so. There are a few bo bo's in the manuscript, but were fixed prior to publication.

I also would like to ask you if it would be OK with you if I added you to "my friends" list on Crime Space?

Talk to you soon,

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