New short story from C.L. Wells – Domestic Bliss

New short story from C.L. Wells – Domestic Bliss

Sariah Delphi is excited to be bringing home the latest domestic humanoid robot for a test run. A robot that she helped develop, it is the most advanced of its kind. She should be blissfully happy, but her ex-boyfriend-turned-stalker, Jerry, […]

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The Testament Stone – just published!

The Testament Stone  – just published!

I’m excited to announce that I just published a new paranormal mystery entitled The Testament Stone: A Megyn Keith Paranormal Mystery! When her best friend is murdered by a deranged killer, Megyn Keith unexpectedly inherits an ancient pendant with strange […]

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The Book Cover Argument

The Book Cover Argument

It’s been a while since my last post, so I thought I would post a quick update regarding my own writing before I get into the main topic.  I’m currently busy writing a new paranormal murder-mystery entitled The Testament Stone, which […]

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Grammarly – a great editing tool

Grammarly – a great editing tool

I have been busy since my last post. I have released two new books, attended YALLfest in Charleston, SC, survived a cold I caught from my seven-year-old which caused me to miss my own book release party, and survived the […]

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Free-eBooks.net – a good place to post your permafree book.

Free-eBooks.net – a good place to post your permafree book.

Many indie authors know that having a permanently free book (a.k.a permafree) available for readers to download is a great tool to use when building your mailing list and garnering new readers for your books – especially if it is […]

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Interview with author Andrew Linke

Author:  Andrew Linke Genres: pulp adventure and science fiction Andrew has played at writing stories and comics since childhood.  He started writing seriously in 2011. Since then he has published several novels, including a number in the Oliver Lucas series, […]

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Interview with author Sarah Biglow

Interview with author Sarah Biglow

I recently interviewed author Sarah Biglow, author of the Geeks and Things Cozy Mysteries series.  Sarah is a licensed attorney who spends her days combating employment discrimination as an Investigator with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.  She is a self-professed TV junkie […]

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Pains and Penalties – a book review

Pains and Penalties – a book review

A fun read for mystery fans. If you like Agatha Christie, you’ll like Sarah Biglow. I’m a fan already. This book is a quick read at only 77 pages, and its a good thing too, because I couldn’t put it […]

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The Tucson Prophecy – Chapter 1 sample

The Tucson Prophecy – Chapter 1 sample

Here is a sample of my newest book, The Tucson Prophecy, to be released this October.  Enjoy! Chapter One Tuesday, September 3, 2002   “Mr. O’Conner, it’s good to meet you,” the doctor said, extending his hand. Jimmy shook his hand […]

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Should authors say ‘NO’ to Amazon’s KDP Select Program? (part 1)

Should authors say ‘NO’ to Amazon’s KDP Select Program? (part 1)

I’m an indie author.  I published my first book last year on Amazon’s KDP Select program.  For those of you who don’t already know what KDP Select is, it is a program whereby you, as the author, agree to make […]

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