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  • Sticking Point by Susan Whitfield by Theodocia Mclean 8/20/2015 2:30:28 PM
    Logan Hunter and Gabriel Farris “Crack” McCracken are both messed up, complicated SBI agents who can kick butt, but can Logan conquer grief and work alongside the gorgeous brooding agent she intends to despise forever?... more

  • C.J. Box, ENDANGERED by Glen glenebisch@comcast.net 8/8/2015 3:16:51 AM
    This is the latest in Box’s Joe Pickett novels. When one of Joe’s daughters is left in a coma as a result of a beating while hitchhiking, Joe is enraged and determined to find the culprit. Shortly after, his friend and sometime colleague, Nate Roman... more

  • DESCENT: a vivid, chilling tale of jealousy, secrets, and betrayal… by Kristina Stanley 7/30/2015 12:40:52 PM
    Finally, the day has arrived. After years of writing, editing, searching for a publisher, more editing, polishing and proofreading DESCENT is published. I awoke this morning, jumped out of bed and ran to my kindle. Hit the download butt... more

  • Announcing Mystery Mondays by Kristina Stanley 7/18/2015 11:29:47 AM
    Promoting Reading - Promoting Authors... more

  • Early Praise For Descent: A Stone Mountain Mystery #1 by Kristina Stanley 7/6/2015 12:10:00 PM
    On the twisted and bumpy trail of getting published, I’ve sent out my advanced reader copy of DESCENT for review by other authors. The idea is to get a blurb for DESCENT that can be published with the novel and used for marketing in the early days of... more

  • Blowin' up a Storm: The Second Chronicles of Bernie Butz by Carol S Fowler 6/26/2015 11:21:19 AM
    Bernie is at it again. Check out the book profile. Available through Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle.... more

  • Choose Your Spelling. American? British? Canadian? by Kristina Stanley 6/25/2015 2:07:59 PM
    Anyone remember Steve Martin’s joke about language? “The French, they have a different word for everything.” Let’s apply this to English. American, British and Canadian spelling. Why do we spell the same word with different letters? ... more

  • Book Names and Branding by Kristina Stanley 6/23/2015 10:25:19 AM
    Ready to Publish? If you haven’t read my blog before, I’ve just signed on with Imajin Books and intend to blog about my publishing adventure. I’ll share what I learn and hope it helps someone out there get their novel published. At the end o... more

  • Getting Published by Kristina Stanley 6/22/2015 8:06:33 AM
    Kristina's Publisher MARCH 24, 2015 ~ 13 COMMENTS ~ EDIT The life of a mystery writer is full of twists and turns. Some good. Some not. But here’s a twist that lands in the good category. I’ve signed a two-book publishing contract with Imajin... more

  • New Bernie Butz coming by Carol S Fowler 6/18/2015 2:02:43 PM
    The Second Chronicles of Bernie Butz will be coming out in the next couple of weeks on Amazon.com, paperback and ebook. Keep your eyes peeled.... more

  • Karin Slaughter, COP TOWN by Glen glenebisch@comcast.net 5/28/2015 9:07:59 AM
    This book is set in 1974 in Atlanta at a time when when the police department was in a state of transition from being an all white male institution into something more diverse. As in any time of change, those who hold power are more adamant than eve... more

  • Stuart Neville, THE GHOSTS OF BELFAST by Glen glenebisch@comcast.net 5/15/2015 12:14:34 PM
    THE GHOSTS OF BELFAST is the first book in a series of four called The Belfast novels. The fourth, THE FINAL SILENCE, was nominated for this year's Edgar Award for best novel. The protagonist in his book is Gerry Fegan, a long-time member of the IR... more

  • Famous but hate fame? by Herman Yenwo 4/29/2015 9:00:37 AM
    Unlike politicians, celebrities can be famous but hate fame. I know why politicians love fame. They are very good at lying. A politician can tell you anything to explain why they voted one way or another, but a celebrity who ironically owns her / his... more

  • Weatherman's Accuracy by Herman Yenwo 4/4/2015 1:04:27 PM
    They have already called for a sunny Easter Day in Chicago, and I'm no longer keeping my fingers crossed.... more

  • How to write a novel back cover description by Kristina Stanley 3/31/2015 8:14:15 AM
    Writing a Book Description? Here are some ideas that might help. I’ve shared my book description (blurb) for DESCENT, the first novel in The Stone Mountain Mystery series, below and outlined how we arrived at the final description. ... more

  • The Writing Lifestyle by Kristina Stanley 3/13/2015 6:05:34 AM
    Do you have a draft of your novel or short story and are thinking of submitting to an agent, publisher or writing contest? My series called Before You Submit might help. This series contains hints and tips I’ve received from professionals in the publ... more

  • Steve Hamilton, THE LOCK ARTIST by Glen glenebisch@comcast.net 3/13/2015 4:28:37 AM
    Sometimes famous and well-respected writers manage to slip beneath my radar, and such is the case with Steve Hamilton. An Edgar Award winner for his Alex McKnight series, I hadn’t heard of him until a fellow writer told me I just had to read him. b... more

  • Interview of P.J Roscoe by P J Roscoe 3/4/2015 5:28:38 AM
    Joyce of writers and readers of Paranormal was kind enough to host me for a blog tour in March. Here's the interview... more

  • Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories by Brian C. Poole 2/25/2015 7:05:02 AM
    This post originally appeared on www.thunderalleybcp.com Hercule Poirot is justifiably Agatha Christie’s most famous creation. Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories is a comprehensive chronicle of the detective’s life in short ... more

  • Print books by Liam Leddy 2/10/2015 11:47:54 AM
    My books in now in print... more

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