Check out these helpful writers links on this post from the No Wasted Ink blog
Check out these simple ways authors can benefit from podcasting from this post on the How to eBook blog.
Getting your voice heard above the social media clamor can be challenging. I have launched three books over the last few years and I am always looking for creative ways to market. As well as all the obvious ones, social media, ads, and building an email list, I have found podcasting to be very effective
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Check out this post by Author Joanne Guidoccio on the topic of Information Overload from Kristina Stanley’s blog.
Today on Mystery Mondays we have the pleasure of hearing from author Joanne Guidoccio. Joanne writes cosy mysteries and paranormal romances.
Special offer: read to the bottom, and you’ll find a chance to win an Amazon gift card.
In case you missed it, Joanne has also contributed to Mystery Mondays by writing Finding Your Voice.
If you’d like to contribute to Mystery Mondays, let me know.
Over to Joanne…
How to Deal With Information Overload
by Joann Guidoccio
One lost email could cost a life. A bit overly dramatic, but it didn’t stop Constable Leo Mulligan from suggesting that Gilda Greco could have prevented a former student’s death, if only she had read that email.
The storyline of A Different Kind of Reunion revolves around this overlooked email.
I would like to think that a lost email would never set in motion such dire consequences in real life situations…
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The book, Tenant For Death, by Cyril Hares, is in the spotlight in this post from the Confessions of a Mystery Novelist blog.
Check out this book, Days of Wonder, by Keith Stuart, as featured in this post from Linda’s Book Bag blog.
Having adored Keith Stuart’s debut novel A Boy Made of Blocks which I reviewed here and which made it onto my list of favourite books of 2017 here, I was thrilled to be invited by Clara Diaz to help celebrate the launch of Keith’s second book, Days of Wonder.
Days of Wonder will be published by Sphere, part of the Little Brown publishing group, on 7th June 2018 and is available for purchase through the links here.
Days of Wonder
Magical, heartbreaking, beautiful – Days of Wonder reminds us that stories have the power to save lives.
Tom, single father to Hannah, is the manager of a tiny local theatre. On the same day each year, he and its colourful cast of part-time actors have staged a fantastical production just for his little girl, a moment of magic to make her childhood unforgettable.
But there is…
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Check out this review of the book, Motherland, by G.D. Abson, as featured on The Quiet Knitter blog.
** My thanks to Melanie at Mirror Books for my copy of this book and for inviting me to be part of the blog tour **
SHORTLISTED FOR THE CRIME WRITERS ASSOCIATION DEBUT DAGGER AWARD
‘The dark heart of Putin’s Russia beneath the glitz of St Petersburg provides the heady setting for this excellent and gripping debut… A Child 44 for Putin-land, this classy page-turner oozes with atmosphere.’
DAVID YOUNG, bestselling author of STASI CHILD and STASI WOLF
‘Gripping, authentic and fast-paced this is a fine thriller that will delight fans of Martin Cruz Smith.’
WILLIAM RYAN, author of the CAPTAIN KOROLEV series
‘Senior Detective Natalya Ivanova does for St Petersburg what Martin Cruz Smith’s Arkady Renko did for Gorky Park… taut, fast-moving and compellingly believable.’
TOM CALLAGHAN, author of A KILLING WINTER
Motherland is the first in a gripping series of contemporary crime novels set in contemporary St Petersburg, featuring…
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Check out these helpful writing links from this post on Traci Kenworth’s blog.
- https://colleenchesebro.com/2018/05/27/rain/ “Today, it rained. I saw thunder and lightning dance in the heavens as earth became soft and yielding with the showers. I begged Smaerd to tell me of rain. He looked at me and said “tell me what you know.”
- http://storitorigrace.blogspot.com/2018/06/megacon-orlando-2018-report.html “This is my third year in a row attending MegaCon Orlando and I got to check yet another swath of celebrities and cosplays off my bucket list!”
- http://phsolomon.com/2018/06/01/five-for-friday-sff-that-should-be-a-movie-or-tv-epic/ “Here’s a list of five science fiction and fantasy books/series that I’d like to see as a movie or a TV/Internet series:”
- Bonus: https://legendsofwindemere.com/2018/06/01/first-second-and-third-person-which-point-of-view-is-right-for-your-book-from-reedsy/ “The point of view that a novelist chooses for their story from has an enormous impact on how they write it, and the way that their readers will receive the book. A thriller narrated by a serial killer will be miles away from one that follows the perspective of…
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