Monthly Archives: March 2017

On Serendipitous Books…

Originally posted on Kathy Sharp:
It’s always interesting when a friend puts a book into your hands and says, “Have you read this?” It happens to me quite a lot, and I usually make the effort to read the book,…

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A Celebration of Words

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Events seem to be like buses. It’s a while since I’ve done one, but next month I’ve got two in the space of two weeks1 I’ve already posted here about the launch event for the…

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An Organic Way to Write

Originally posted on Kathy Sharp:
Here I am, this week, in the strange no-man’s-land between the completion of one book, and giving serious attention to its sequel. The completed book is still being edited, of course, and the story is…

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Rolling in the Aisles: 10 Tips for Doing an Author Talk

Originally posted on Vanessa Couchman:
Yours truly signing books at the Parisot Literary Festival Doing an author talk and reading or a public book launch can be intimidating if you don’t have much experience. And public speaking generally is daunting…

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Attention to Death

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today we have a guest post from fellow Crooked Cat author Ailsa Abraham, who’s here to talk about her latest novel, murder mystery Attention to Death, which is published today!  Take it away, Ailsa…

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