Monthly Archives: January 2017

Meet Guest Author Steve Boseley…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Everything you always wanted to know about me, but didn’t care enough to ask. If you are looking for horror fiction that is chock-full to the brim with werewolves and…

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The Nooks and Crannies of Windemere

Colin Noel-Johnson has asked the following questions: How did Luke get to the top of that tree when he was young? This stems from a conversation with Luke Callindor’s family in Legends of Windemere.  To show how he was a … Continue reading

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New Year, New You: A Guest Post by @CadenceDenton #newyearnewyou #ASMSG #99cents

Originally posted on POTL: All Things Books, Reading and Publishing:
? 2016: The best thing I can say about last year is it’s finally over. What it was: a year of turmoil, protests, and outright fighting. What it wasn’t: a…

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Sharing a chapter from my second book in the Frank Rozzani Detective Series – Let Me Be Frank – And it’s $.99 for a limited time

Originally posted on Don Massenzio's Blog:
Publishing your first book is a scary proposition. The only thing that might be more scary is publishing your second. When I wrote Frankly Speaking, I set it up as the first book…

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Meet Guest Author Gretchen Jeannette…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Hello Friends! My name is Gretchen Jeannette, and I love to write about 18th Century America. Growing up in an area rich in Revolutionary War history, I developed a particular…

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Cover Reveal: A Desolate Hour by Mae Clair #RRBC Author

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Originally posted on From the Pen of Mae Clair:
Happy Monday, everyone! I’m kicking off the week by doing a cover reveal for A Desolate Hour, the third and final book in my Point Pleasant mystery/suspense series focused on the…

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The Shattered States and Google Maps: A Perfect Match

I’ve only been up and down the east coast of the USA and Seattle for a day, so I can’t work off experience when planning routes for Cassidy and Lloyd.  This was especially true in Chasing Bedlam because they started in … Continue reading

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