Today, I guest-posted on Joe Konrath’s blog about the how and the why of my leaving traditional publishing for the wild west world of the indie! Read all about it.
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Returning to Elmhurst many years after his involuntary departure, to attend a civic reception in his honour, Sir Rufus Seward had ignored the maxim that ‘going back’ is not always wise.
Summoned after Seward’s body is found, a wood chisel protruding from its back, Dl Joe Rafferty receives a panicky call from his younger brother, Mickey, who fears he is in the frame for Seward’s murder. Strangely, given his loathing of the dead man, Mickey had received an invitation to the reception. Keen to confront the bully who made his youth a misery, Mickey found his tormentor’s body, and fled the scene…
Rafferty, aware that his brother hated Seward, and that Mickey, a carpenter by trade, has three pointers to guilt – the means, the motive and the opportunity – finds himself torn between protecting his family and finding the real killer
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New to the world of publishing? Read this guest post from Joe Konrath’s blog and get a reality check.
Eight of the ebook editions of my Rafferty & Llewellyn procedural novels and Reluctant Queen, my Tudor historical are 75% Off at Smashwords Throughout July 2013! Normally $3.99 for the series’ ebooks and $5.99 for the historical.
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Thinking of using some of the new assisted publishing schemes? Before you do, it will pay you to read David Gaughran’s blog post on this issue. It could save you a LOT of money.