Daily Archives: November 1, 2011

Free novel (ebook) of interest to book lovers, librarians, writers…and mystery lovers

There’s a free novel ebook right now at Amazon that may interest book lovers, librarians, writers–Chili Con Corpses, a librarian murder mystery. I haven’t read it yet, but I love the tie-in with a librarian as the main character! What … Continue reading

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A single tweet (re-tweeted) helped to save a bookstore

I LOVE stories like this! The way that social media and the internet can help change lives in a positive way–and most especially saving a bookstore!! What a great son this mom-bookstore owner has!

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Free Teacher’s Guide for HUNTED!

Teachers and librarians! (And anyone else interested.) You can now download the free Teacher’s Guide for HUNTED! I think it’s beautifully done; I hope you enjoy it.

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Bringing Tension and Conflict To Your Novel

Check out my guest post today on The Other Side Of the Story: Bringing Tension & Conflict to Your Novels. I include examples from SCARS and HUNTED, and some concrete ways to increase the tension and conflict in your writing.

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