Small but interested audience last night at the Moorestown Library. But my next appearance promises to be a crowded one – if the weather cooperates better than it did last night.
I’ll be exhibiting (and, I hope, selling) my books at BooksNJ 2015, Sunday, June 14, 1:00-5:00 PM, on the grounds of the Paramus Public Library.
And speaking of panels, I’ve been asked to be on one there (time TBA):
Killing in New Jersey: Murder in the Garden State
Michael Stephen Daigle
Panel Leader: Lori-Ann Quinn
The BooksNJ website (http://www.booksnj.org/) promises:
Friday the 13th (that’s March 13) will be a lucky day for me. At 10:15 AM, I will be on a panel at Crimelandia, the 2015 Left Coast Crime conference in Portland, OR (less snow than Portland, ME). It’s called: How Did That Body Get There?: The Amateur Sleuth.
A nice mention of me in the Feb. issue of South Jersey Magazine, in the “Southern Exposure – Names to Know” section, under the headline “Local people making a difference in in South Jersey and beyond.”
Check out my new guest blog, hosted by Lesley Diehl, “author of cozy mysteries featuring sassy, country gals who enjoy snooping,” at http://www.lesleyadiehl.com/blog. Lesley asked, “What’s so funny about murder?” My answer: “Humor is subjective.”
In honor of Chanukah (starting the evening of Dec. 16), CHANUKAH GUILT is only 99¢ on Kindle for 2 weeks (today to Dec. 23).
Now there’s no excuse for not buying the 2nd edition if you already have the 1st. And you get the bonus of a rewrite that allowed for appending an alternate solution.
…. Now that it’s on the Deadly Ink website, I can officially announce that I will be the 2015 Fan Guest of Honor, Aug. 7-9, at the Hyatt in New Brunswick, NJ. I’m planning to speak about how I’m a fan because I’m a writer. And became a writer because I’m a fan. I’m in august company (in August): Brad Parks is Guest of Honor and E. F. Watkins the Toastmaster. http://www.deadlyink2014.org/Authors.html