by Kassandra Lamb ~ For any budding writers out there, here is a great summary of the things newbie writers should and shouldn’t do when first getting started, by Anne R. Allen, whose website was named one of the top 10 for writers by Writers Digest.
Two examples from her list: #1~Come out of the writing closet and #2~Develop rhino hide.
Check out her post: 10 Things Beginning Writers Should Do Before Trying to Publish a Book.
And a reminder that Big Bucks is Now Live!!!
Another Small Town. Another Big Murder.
I’m Alice, a thirty-something ex-bodyguard, and DNA tests are the Devil.
My brother Charlie took one, and it turns out he’s only my half-brother. Our parents aren’t around to explain things, but Charlie tracked down his real father, in the fancy-pants spa town the hill over. Charlie’s father is loaded. Or he was until someone killed him.
Now Charlie, high off helping me solve a murder last month, has decided he’s going to find his father’s killer. I’m not sure if it’s pride, or delusion, or… No, that’s not fair. Charlie cares. This hurt him. Bad. I’m going to have to solve this murder—and fast—before his rich new relatives eat him alive.
If you like laugh-out-loud mysteries, relationships with heart, and stories about figuring out where you belong, you’ll love Big Bucks. Murder mystery game in the back of the book!
Posted by Kassandra Lamb. Kassandra is a retired psychotherapist turned mystery writer. She is the author of the Kate Huntington psychological mysteries, set in her native Maryland, and the Marcia Banks and Buddy cozy mysteries, set in Central Florida. Plus she has started a new police procedural series, also set in Florida—The C.o.P. on the Scene mysteries. And she writes romantic suspense under the pen name of Jessica Dale.
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