A flash mob reading a book aloud? What a “novel” idea! Plus, come up with a name for a novel character and win a book. And, which author is speaking to the Connecticut Gravestone Network? All that and more on the Weekly Round-Up!
JOHN DANIEL, author of “Behind the Redwood Door,”
See how the students at Mt. San Antonio College paid homage to SUNNY FRAZIER'S mystery, “Fools Rush In.”
needs suggestions for a character's name. This is the new Chief of Police for the Rocky Bluff P.D. Female, went as high as she could in her former big city department, African American, light skinned, short, light brown hair, obviously mixed heritage, intelligent, strong, made some changes, the men think she's favoring the two female cops. See what you can come up with, and the one chosen can pick a copy of one of the older RBPD mysteries.
Who’s Got the Money?” at Mt. San Antonio College on April 24.
JIM CALLAN, author of “A Ton of Gold,” will be at the Quitman, Texas Library signing books on May 4.
BERYL REICHENBURG, author of children's books, will participate in the Mini Maker Faire on May 11 from 11-3 at Mission Plaza amphitheatre in San Luis Obispo (CA).
Over at AusJenny, Jim did an interview:
LORNA COLLINS, author of “Ghost Writer,” hosts Desiree Holt. She talked about EPICon 2014 coming next March in San Antonio, TX. Find out why you might consider attending.http://lornacollins-author.blogspot.com/
JOHN DANIEL, author of “Behind the Redwood Door,” posted Chapter Three of his book-in-progress called The Stories of Our Lives. He presents rules and tools for writing good stories. http://johnmdaniel.blogspot.com/
WILLIAM DOONAN “American Caliphate” has an update on his e-book experiment over at Novel Spaces:
SUNNY FRAZIER (“Fools Rush In,” and “Where Angels Fear,”) contemplates the upcoming authors in “Generation Next” over at Buried Under Books. http://cncbooksblog.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/generation-next/
MARJA MCGRAW's book, “Old Murders Never Die” was featured in a blog about mixing genres by Shelly Frome.
Can writing and reading be therapeutic? MARJA MCGRAW invites you to stop in and read about Esmeralda, The Neighborhood Snoop which just might touch on that question.
Wild Woman of the Week is MARILYN MEREDITH. Check out her interview over at