This is my latest ebook, written under the pseudonym of Gennifer Dooley Hart. I've long had an interest in palmistry. This is a short (20 pages with diagrams) guide from an article I had published some time ago. PALMISTRY POINTERS Use the Centuries-Old Art of Palmistry to Learn More About Your New Romantic Interest…Or Even … Continue reading PALMISTRY POINTERS TO POSSIBLE GLITCHES IN YOUR ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS
Read Kristen Lamb's blog post on what NOT to do on social media. AUTHORS: This means YOU! And yes, I confess I've been guilty of one or two of them. But, no more. Do unto others how you would be done unto and all that. Top 5 Panel-Van-Creepy Social Media Tactics.
Extremely informative survey of readers' likes/dislikes, where they buy, why they buy, the works! It's all there. Tremendously helpful resource for writers. Take a look. What do you think? And does its conclusions agree with your own thoughts/suspicions?I must admit it was a revelation that Twitter is not much used by readers to find authors … Continue reading WRITERS: TERRIFIC READERS’ SURVEY HERE!
I just sent off a 7,500 word short story to best selling American crime author, Joe Konrath. He put out an invitation on his blog for other crime writers to write a story using both sets of characters (his and mine). If his wife (who's acting as judge and jury) likes a story, any author … Continue reading Chance to Try Out For Collaboration with Joe Konrath!
Hear! Hear! Glad to read they're taking a stand over at the bookchick blog. Good for them. If you're an author who's ever been unfairly abused/reviewed, you should read this post. Stop Author Abuse!.
If you enjoy cozies, then this one should hit the spot! I found it thoroughly entertaining and will look out for more by this author. Review: Social Insecurity by Kate Eileen Shannon.
Interesting guest post by crime author/reviewer Graham Smith on Morgan Bailey's blog.I confess I have to plead guilty to this writing crime. I don't think I've ever had a character 'expostulate', but I may have sinned in the 'retorted angrily' division! Does it excuse me that my main character is London/Irish with a tendency to … Continue reading Guest post: Tag or No Tag? Showing Not Telling by crime writer and reviewer Graham Smith
Virtual conference? Great idea! See the link with Kristen Lamb's blog to learn more. Cost? $119 /£76. In the Age of Lightning Speed, How Can Writers Keep Up?.