Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger
I’ll be introducing Ashley March who writes historical romance set in Victorian England. Ashley’s post is about discovering your author theme. And…tada…she’ll be giving away a copy of Seducing the Duchess to a lucky visitor who leaves a comment.
Announcing This Month’s Book Giveaway at Mystery Writers of America
If you want to enter this fun box-of-books giveaway, head over to the Reader Contest page at MWA’s website and fill out the form. You may also enter the contest by regular mail. Send your e-mail address or name and mailing address to: MWA Monthly Contest Mystery Writers of America 1140 Broadway, Suite 1507 New York, NY 10001 — the deadline is May 31st.
This month’s books are:
Senseless by Mary Burton
The Fifth Witness by Michael Connelly
Before Cain Strikes by Joshua Corin
Bit Player by Janet Dawson
Killer Listing by Vicki Doudera
The Corpse Wore Tartan by Kaitlyn Dunnett
Come and Find Me by Hallie Ephron
The President’s Vampire by Christopher Farnsworth
The Neighbors are Watching by Debra Ginsberg
The American Cafe by Sara Sue Hoklotubbe
Next Time You See Me by Katia Lief
October Fest by Jess Lourey
Cookie Dough or Die by Virginia Lowell
Heads You Lose by Lisa Lutz & David Hayward
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Murder by Jeff Markowitz
Sticky Fingers by Nancy Martin
Fade to Blue by Bill Moody
The Body in the Gazebo by Katherine Hall Page
On the Nickel by Maggie Toussaint
Black Orchid Blues by Persia Walker
Mystery Writers of America Presents…Crimes by Moonlight, edited by Charlaine Harris
The Fort Collins Coloradoan Xplore Photo Contest
My Search for 300 Followers…
Elspeth on Editing
I know I send you to Elspeth Antonelli’s blog It’s a Mystery more often than any other, but I can’t help it. When I want humor, she’s got it.
This post is 10 More Lies You Tell Yourself While Editing.
What’s Happening in the Pat Cave?
My Muse, Nagging Whisper, is back and she’s driving me nuts.
Running the sweeper
I’m even going to wash the window
This will be my last round of procrastination before I begin revisions on Dead Wrong. Nagging Whisper is allowing this because she knows I can’t work in this mess, and I need table space to spread out my manuscript and notepad.
Meanwhile, she’s snooping around my bookcase where my chocolate is stashed. Gotta go.