Yo ho ho!
I’m participating in a terrific free and 99c sale, so good, it’s just like Christmas, only without the mistletoe. Sorry, guys and girls.
There’s Mystery/Suspense, Romance, Paranormal/Fantasy, Humour (oh, all right then – Humor. Just this once, mind), Family/Inspirational/Heart-Warming, and there’s even some for Children. But this Christmas it’s mostly for grown-ups, the kids will have to wait till December.
My book is A Thrust to the Vitals, and it’s 99c. It’s under the Mystery section. You can’t miss it, because it’s the last in the section. 🙁
Here’s the link: http://stacyclaflin.com/promo/
PS I forgot to put the connection with the other Amazon sites. Sorry. I can’t put for all the other books in the Christmas in July promo as it was only done for the US site, but here’s my book, if you like mysteries:
If the promo price isn’t set on the book/s you’d like, just wait a while. These Global things are a swine to get the time right.
Chris Redding, an American suspense author, is here today to talk about the importance of setting in stories. She will also tell us something about her novel, Corpse Whisperer, a paranormal romantic suspense. Here’s Chris:
Thank you, Chris. An interesting blog. The setting is an important element of any story and should be given similar importance as other aspects: something I don’t always remember, alas!
Don’t forget to post a comment to be in with a chance of winning Chris’s pot of chocolate!
American suspense author, Chris Redding, has kindly agreed to guest blog. Don’t miss it! Be here on Tuesday 19 October 2010, when Chris will be talking about the importance of setting in stories. She will also be telling us something about her latest novel, Corpse Whisperer, a paranormal romantic suspense. Out now on kindle, it is also available in print.
Alongside her novel writing, Chris has also sold stories to confession markets and developed a workshop on writing from the male point-of-view, which she taught three times in 2009.
At the moment, Chris is working on a romantic comedy.
In the meantime, why not visit her website: www.chrisreddingauthor.com and check out her blog: http://chrisreddingauthor.blogspot.com.
See you here next Tuesday!