And find these ebooks at Amazon.com:
The Totaled Man
The Basket Case
The Key, the Scroll and the Hidden Room
A Brush with Death
Effie and the Plum Country Open
Cabin Mates (short story)
If I Could
God's Quiet Things
The Second Street Snoops
My books. . . .
I love book signings - this one was at BookWorld in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
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"The Perfect Suspect" is now up on Amazon as an ebook. Here's the link: http://amzn.to/1r9XBnJ - it's listed at $2.99. A print book won't be out until later.
Some writing organizations I belong to:
Romance Writers of America: www.rwanational.com
WisWRA (RWA Wisconsin Chapter) www.wisrwa.org
Mystery Writers of America: www.mysterywriters.org
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators:
SCBWI - www.scbwi.org
Wisconsin Writers Association: www.wiwrite.org
I'm looking out my window at a perfect early fall day. We haven't yet had a freeze here (crossing fingers that we won't for at least a couple of weeks) but all the vegetation is getting that 'little-bit-seedy' look that says, "Yep, folks, summer's gone." So . . . time to move into the next season. I feel that I shouldn't be inside, should get out and breathe that crisp air and, by the way, clean up the garden that's crying for some put-me-to-bed attention. But if I do that, well, then, who's going to finish the next chapter of the Fairhaven stories? Which, by the way, seem to be stalled at Chapter Six.
I've bought the Dragon dictation software, hoping that once I get acclimated to it I'll be able to write faster. And I wonder if that's really a good thing. Is faster better, or will I need to spend more time editing what I've dictated? I'd love to hear from other writers who use it and what they liked or didn't like about it. Right now I'm just having trouble getting it installed. Oh, how I wish I had more computer savvy.
My first historical novel, "The Countess of Denwick" has now launched as an ebook and will shortly be out in paperback. It's a fun read with everything from an arranged marriage, a shipwreck, two murders, swashbuckling pirates, a lecherous sailor, a guilty midwife, a handsome seaman and a spunky heroine with a mind of her own.
Check it out at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LMA59HU#nav-subnav
It was a fun, swashbuckling kind of story to write and I hope readers will enjoy it.
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