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Writing Nonfiction 5- Selling your Nonfiction Book- Whatsitabout

If you’ve been following these posts about writing nonfiction, you should have gathered some pointers on why to do it, how to select a topic, how to research it, and how to organize it. You would think that the next … Continue reading

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Writing Non Fiction 4- Telling the Story- How to frame the book

Now that you’re ready to go full speed ahead with your nonfiction book, you have to decide just how to organize it. ¬†With fiction, you usually go according to the plot. You might have a flashback or two, but otherwise, … Continue reading

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Deadly Ink 2

Here are some more Deadly Ink photos.

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Deadly Ink

I just got back from the Deadly Ink Mystery Conference in New Jersey. The conference covered a lot of topics of interest to mystery fans, but the highlight was when a panel on historical mysteries I was moderating went off … Continue reading

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Ni Hao!

Kensington Publishing has just leased rights to publish Master Detective to the Chongqing Publishing Company in Chongqing, China. That’s mainland China, or the PRC. You know, the BIG one. The rights were sold to Taiwan last year, so the Chinese … Continue reading

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Master Detective book trailer

Here’s a book trailer for Master Detective. Note that there is a second book trailer by someone else. Hey, the more the merrier!

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New England Crimebake

The New England Crimebake Conference was held, appropriately enough, in Dedham, Massachusetts. The guest of honor was Harlan Coben, who made an interesting observation. He said that he never met a really sucessful author who was a jerk. (Well actually, … Continue reading

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