Friday, December 14, 2012

FRIDAY ROUND-UP



Ever wonder what the stars have in mind for you? There's a drawing for a free horoscope to one lucky reader. Also, find out the 10 things Bill Doonan learned at the Men of Mystery Conference and how couponing applies to research. Plus, our bestselling authors in November. All that and more in this week's Round-Up!
What qualities make for a great sleuth? SALLY CARPENTER, author of “The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper” tells Cindy Carroll her views.


Does watching someone else's meltdown on national TV make you feel better? It works for MARTA CHAUSEE, author of the soon-to-be-published “Murder's Last Resort.” 

While LORNA COLLINS is soaking up the sun in Hawaii, MARY MONTAGUE SIKES, author of “Daddy's Christmas Angel” guests on her blog:

CAROL CRIGGER author of  “Three Seconds to Thunder” and “Two Feet Below,” did a signing at Albertsons in Liberty Lake, WA.

Find out the 10 things BILL DOONAN learned at the Men of Mystery Conference while promoting his mystery, “American Caliphate.”
Some authors do book drawings—SUNNY FRAZIER is picking a lucky winner for a horoscope reading! Check out the interview at TBR and add a comment to become eligible. Deadline is Monday, Dec. 17.
Over at Novel Spaces, Sunny asks “Are You Holding Your Novel Hostage?”

What do an old cabin, a hunting trip and writing adventure have in common? MARJA MCGRAW, author of  “Bogey Nights” and “Bogey's Ace in the Hole,” explains.  http://www.marjamcgraw.com 


It's tough keeping track of Marilyn Meredith as she bops around the Internet. This week she could be found at

Over on her own blog are several author interviews

Rabbi ILENE SCHNEIDER, author of the soon-to-be-published “Unleavened Dead,” will appear at Beth El Hebrew Congregation in Alexandria, VA, to speak on a panel about Jewish writing. She also has an interview up at

MORGAN ST. JAMES and MEREDITH HOLLAND, authors of “Who's Got the Money” are at the Edible Bookshelf:

Which are the top selling titles for November?

The Big Squeal by CAROL ALEXANDER
The Incredible Adventures of Doc Atlas by MICHAEL BLACK
Mid-Life Mojo by ROBERT DAVIS, Ph.D
Dismal River by WAYNE DUNDEE
Reckoning at Rainrock by WAYNE DUNDEE
Coming Flu by J.L. GREGER
Eva Marie Pennington by WALTER LUCE
The Last of the Railroad Police by CARL MOEN
A Fair To Die For by RADINE TREES NEHRING
The Support Group by SHIRLEY OLDRIDGE
Unleavened Dead by Rabbi ILENE SCHNEIDER
A Rainbow For Christmas by Mary Montague Sikes
Cop: A Novel by DANIEL SILVER
Who's Got the Money? by MORGAN ST. JAMES and MEREDITH HOLLAND 

1 comment:

marta chausée said...

Great Friday Round-Up! Thanx for the blog plug, Sunny. Happiness of the season to you.