As the World Ends is free for your Kindle Mon thru Wed

As a thank you to my readers for all your support As the World Ends is free March 18th, 19th and 20th for your Kindles (e-book only) Once Again Thank You for Your Support!     I’m the featured author today on Awesomegang.com http://awesomegang.com/as-the-world-ends/ and http://authormarketingclub.com/members/free-monday-goodies/ Amazon buy (free) link: (free:…

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As the World Ends officially releases

  Kill or be killed. In the end it comes down to three…and then there were two. I’m excited to announce the release of As the World Ends. It’s an novella of conflict, love and triumph: Blurb: Life is good…or so Rob and Lauren Henderson think…Until one day, all hells…

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Blizzard of 2013

The news media acts like we’ve never seen snow. It’s lovely here with the official 34″. Now for the dig out. I’m taking this break to write and put some serious word count on the pages. How about you? Share  your pictures.    

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Crime Bake: Short but Deadly: Writing Short Stories

Crime Bake—Short but Deadly: Writing Short Stories. Saturday, November 10, 2012 Left to right: Sheila Connolly, Toni L. P. Kelner, Moderator: Sharon Daynard, Roberta Isleb aka Lucy Burdette,  James M. Tabor. I’ve listed some of their works below. The panel discussed short stories and why they write them. A story…

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Master Class–Revisions-taken at the NE Crime Bake

  This past weekend I attended the New England (NE) Crime Bake in Dedham, MA presented by NE Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime NE. It was an excellent conference that was both educational and entertaining. The guest of honor this year was New York Times Bestselling Author…

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The Next Big Blog Tour

Thank you so much author Edith Maxwell aka Tace Baker for inviting me to participate in this.                                                Edith and I at the NELA Conference   What is your working title of your book? Mated for Life, A Jake Carrington Mystery.   Where did the idea come from for the…

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