Favorite Crime Fiction of 2017, Part III: Linda L. Richards
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Up this morning in Kings River Life Magazine we have a review of "Private Spies" by PJ Nunn, an interview with PJ & a chance to win a copy of the book http://kingsriverlife.com/08/31/private-spies-a-jesse-morgan-mystery-by-p-j-nunn/ For those who enjoy fantasy with their mystery this morning we have a review & giveaway of "Walking In the Midst of Fire" Thomas E. Sneifoski by http://kingsriverlife.com/08/31/walking-in-the-midst-of-fire-by-thomas-e-sniegoski/ Also up this morning a review of "Jump the Gun" by Zoe Burke & a chance to win a copy of the book http://kingsriverlife.com/08/31/jump-the-gun-an-annabelle-starkey-mystery-by-zoe-burke/ You will also find a review of "The Cuckoo's Calling", a mystery by Robert Galbraith aka JK Rowling http://kingsriverlife.com/08/31/the-cuckoos-calling-by-robert-galbraith-aka-j-k-rowling/ If you enjoy mystery short stories, check out this mystery short story by Rhett Shepard http://kingsriverlife.com/08/31/no-kind-of-witness-a-mystery-short-story/ And lastly over on KRL Lite we have a review of Andy Straka's new mystery "Dragonflies: Shadow of Drones" & a chance to win an e-book copy http://kingsriverlife.blogspot.com/2013/08/dragonflies-shadows-of-drones-book-1-of.html Happy reading, Lorie Ham
I don’t often see reviews of my short stories so I’m pleased all over with this one: http://www.longandshortreviews.com/book-reviews/the-unused-prom-dress-by-earl-staggs/ And there’s more! Call now and we’ll double your. . . Sorry. Wrong commercial. Actually, tho, Untreed Reads published this story and it’s now part of UR’s Labor Day Weekend Sale going on at: http://store.untreedreads.com/index.php?mainpage=bettertogetherpromo That means 40% off. Let’s see. The price is 99 cents, and 40% off means you can buy it for. . .well, you’re better at math than I am. And there’s even more! You also get 40% off another something of mine there. This big holiday sale at Untreed Reads, by the way, includes all their authors so you’ll find bargains on works by many familiar authors. Earl Staggs JUSTIFIED ACTION featuring Tall Chambers available in print or ebook. “Now. . .it’s personal.” Read Chapter 1 at: http://earlwstaggs.wordpress.com/
Monday, 21 October 2013: Cindy L. Herb. The Book is Almost Done – Now What? "The Joyful Survivor" and author of Awakening the Spirit: The Open Wide Like a Floozy Chronicles helps others become successful. Using her own experience, Cindy discusses the importance of marketing BEFORE the book is launched, including having a marketing plan, getting endorsements, creating both an online AND offline presence and understanding the basics of building a strong web presence using great keywords as the foundation for building a website. http://joyfulsurvivor.com/education
Saturday, 2 November 2013: Workshop. Rachel Simeone. Book marketing expert Rachel Simeone uses her 20+ years of experience in Internet and consumer marketing to help authors accelerate their sales and achieve their dreams. Implementing proven marketing strategies, Rachel develops customized marketing programs that attract readers and deliver sales. She is known for her innovative ideas that exploit hidden opportunities to give authors a marketing advantage. In addition to her work with authors, Rachel also developed a book marketing training program for the online publisher Blurb. Location: TBA. $25.00/WGT members/$35.00 non-members.
Monday, 18 November 2013: Bob Morris. “EDNA” Bob Morris is an independent management consultant who specializes in accelerated executive development and organizational transformation. Thus far, he has also reviewed more than 2,500 business books for Amazon’s US, UK, and Canadian websites, interviewed more than 200 thought leaders, and has more than 8,000 dedicated followers of the three websites at which he blogs. He will explain why “EDNA” should be every writer’s muse and mentor. Learn more about Bob at his website, http://bobmorris.biz/
Monday, 16 December 2013: WGT Annual Christmas Party, more details to come…
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