To make it easier for all of you to find what you’re interested in, I’m sorting my blog posts into three different sites.
If you’re a reader interested in author spotlights, book reviews, and other topics targeted to readers, please check out and subscribe to http://crimereaders.com.
If you’re a writer interested in the craft of writing, book marketing, and other topics targeted to writers (especially crime fictions writers, please check out and subscribe to http://crimefictionwriters.com.
If you just want updates on the horses, my writing progress and projects, and getting to know me a little better, you’ll find those posts here on this site.
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I clicked on the link above for crime fiction writers. it does not lead to a site. I hand typed http://www.crimefictionwriters.com thinking that would help. No dice. Thought you would like to know. I hope you get this worked out. The crime readers link is effective. I signed up for your newsletter. 🙂
Thank you for letting me know, Annette. And thank you for signing up for the newsletter!
I seem to be having a link problem today. In fact, the links to the free e-book don’t seem to be working either. I’m trying to get that fixed.
But the link on the website and the one in your comment are actually working for me. I clicked on it, and it went straight there. This one did too. http://crimefictionwriters.com. Maybe there was just a short-term glitch?
Last post to your site for writers was in 2017. Are you still out there?
I am–and thank you for your interest!
I got bogged down in some other projects, but I see it’s time to get back in the groove. Do yo have any requests?
Liz, you might be interested in the Facebook Live series I do for writers on Mondays at noon Central (1:00 PM Eastern. 11:00 AM Mountain, 10:00 AM Pacific).
We have some good, lively discussions, and the participants offer wonderful insights and say they get a great deal out of it.
Beth haven’t talked to you in a while what’s happening in your world? Give me a call at
XXX XXX XXXX. I lost your number. Gene kleiser
I’ll give you a call tomorrow, Gene. So good to hear from you!