Roll up, roll up for the Mystery & Thriller Book Fair!

Who doesn't love the fair? Candy floss, sweets, fast food, fast rides... Hmm, that could lead to trouble. On second thoughts, I think I might stay home with a book. That's what's great about this fair! It's all books! Mysteries and thrillers, to be exact, and they're all 99c/99p! And yes, my first-in-series Sherlock Holmes …

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Cozy mystery sale today!

Just a quick note to say that if you're a fan of cozy mystery, there's an ebook sale on today! Lots of us have got together to offer our books for 99c/99p or even, in some cases, free. Why not stop by and see what takes your fancy? It's a great opportunity to discover new …

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2018 here I come!

It's January 1. It's raining. Therefore it must be time for the New Year's Resolutions / life goals for 2018 post! Last year's goals: Market new and existing books and stories to maximise their return Walk/run 1000 miles Aim for work-life balance and spare capacity How did I do? Let's say it was a year of …

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Kerchinnngg! It’s a Thanksgiving book sale!

I decided to take the plunge this year and do a multi-book promotion covering Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. I'm intrigued to see what happens! Here's what I'll be discounting to 99c/99p and when. Unfortunately, because I'm doing this via Kindle Countdown Deals, these discounts apply in the US and UK only. *takes a …

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Beautiful floral bedding for spring: a marketing email that misfired

'Beautiful floral bedding for spring' is the title of an email I received a few days ago from M&S (Marks & Spencer, if you're unfamiliar with the brand). My initial reaction was 'Is this supposed to be for me?': I suspect that isn't quite what M&S were aiming for. When I voiced my 'whuh?' on social media …

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