JIM CALLAN's mystery, “A Ton of Gold,” took away a first place win for Book of the Month at Book Town.
SUNNY FRAZIER, author of the Christy Bristol Astrology Mysteries has found out “Where Angels Fear” is Mystery of the Month at Pat Gligor's Forum:
RADINE TREES NEHRING, author of Ozark mystery “A Fair To Die For,” (and in the Arkansas Writers' Hall of Fame) was featured in the Ozarks Writers League Newsletter.
BERYL REICHENBURG's "Backyard Birds" is the third in a series of small children's picture books about wildlife. It is now available on Amazon along with other books in that series, "Wild Africa" and "Elephant Families in the Wild". Each book has photographs taken by Beryl and information in verse form about the animals involved. This series is designed to encourage children to learn about animals in their natural habitat. More books in this series are soon to be available, including a book on "Wild Hippos."
SUNNY FRAZIER will speak to the San Joaquin Sisters-in-Crime in Fresno on April 6 about changes in the publishing industry in the 1990's that impacted the careers of many writers in the chapter.
JOHN BRANTINGHAM, author of “Mann of War,” will do a live blog on the radio program It's A Novel Idea Live with Krista Kendrick. Tune in Sunday, April 7, at noon (Pacific Time).
CHRIS KULLSTROEM, author of DEADLY ROLES, a collection of interactive mystery games, will be at the Canadian Haunted Attractions Conference in Hamilton, Ontario, on Saturday, April 13.
JOHN BRANTINGHAM gave a shout-out to BILL DOONAN and SUNNY FRAZIER while addressing the subject of the American detective being today's knight.
SALLY CARPENTER, author of “The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper” discusses how teen magazines were an early form of social media:
CAROL CRIGGER is featured on the Face Book site, Writer's Oasis, talking about the importance of Tags, Hooks and Blurbs:
JOHN DANIEL, author of “Behind the Redwood Door,” has the first (brief) chapter of a short book I'm writing about the pleasures and techniques of writing stories from our lives up for viewing:
J.L. GREGER is busy blogging about her new book, “Murder: A New Way to Lose Weight.” Over at MARILYN MEREDITH'S blog, she discusses the science behind the book.