Monday, January 21, 2013

FRIDAY ROUND-UP...On Monday!


 Why do we love the Edible Bookshelf? Because they are supportive of our authors! This week, Terry Ambrose tells us how to avoid email scams and talks about weird birthday practices, we get a sneak peek at Lesley Diehl's new title and Sunny Frazier wonders where to find your platform. Plus, Marja McGraw says stop being lazy with your words. All this on The Friday Round-Up!


TERRY AMBROSE (“License To Lie”) tells us all how to avoid email scams at
LORNA COLLINS, author of “Ghost Writer,” is this week's Wild Woman at http://wildwomenarthorsx2.blogspot.com 
LESLEY DIEHL gives her first interview for new novel “Grilled, Chilled and Killed” and discusses bad-boy cop, Toby Sands
The Edible Bookshelf Blogspot is one of our favorites, and with good reason. They have a terrific interview up with S. CONNELL VONDRAK, author of “No Evidence of a Crime” and a forensic scientist with the Illinois State Police. LORNA COLLINS is also featured on the site. Is this blog taking a “bite” out of crime?
SUNNY FRAZIER, author of the Christy Bristol Astrology Mysteries, blogs “What Is a Platform and Where Do I Find One?” over at :
Sunny is also speaking to the Tulare/Kings Writers on Jan. 19 at Zhuo Restaurant in the Visalia Marriott from 10 a.m. to noon to celebrate the first anniversary of the group. She will be talking about platform building.   
MARJA MCGRAW, author of the Bogey mysteries, talks about bad habits with word choices at

6 comments:

Terry Ambrose said...

Woohoo! Lots happening as the year gears up!

Sunny Frazier said...

It looks like it's going to be a great year. And, don't you just love the covers of Lesley and Marilyn's latest titles?

marta chausée said...

I love all the covers. Our artists are GREAT!

Lorna Collins - said...

Thanks for including me again.

marja said...

Great covers! This Friday Roundup is outstanding.

J.L. Greger said...

This week COMING FLU is being featured on Lorna Collins's blog (http://lornacollins-author.blogspot.com/) and on the Edible Book Shelf blog (http://theediblebookshelf.blogspot.com/).
Thanks to Lorna and Del Sheree.
JL Greger