Autumn: New season of crime fiction


 

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Early Autumn

Time for more reading

 

 

Yes, the Autumn weather is here and I’m looking forward to a brand new season of crime fiction for Murder in Common.

This year I decided to add an Interview page to the website. There are many authors that I speak with about their craft and it’s time to bring some of their great insight to you.

The new page will be launched soon and there will be further interviews scattered throughout the year. Writers like to talk about their work after all. 😉

Meantime, thank you for your support and feedback. It’s always appreciated.

~ June Lorraine

 

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13 comments

  1. Im intrigued by this – should be really interesting to get a view from the inside

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  2. It’s you we should all thank, June, for the feedback and support! The new page is a great idea – I look forward to it.

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  3. Sounds like a superb idea, June. Happy reading!!!

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  4. I have been interviewed by one guy and it was fun. I’m also looking forward to my first “author day” in San Antonio. That should be interesting. Good luck with this segment of enlightenment. I’m sure you’ll grill your subjects to perfection. Mm, that makes me hungry..

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  5. I just signed up for Sleuthfest for 2017 in February. Looking forward to seeing you there. Naked Alliances has been published and I would love to have either myself as a writer, or a character interview on your page. I have a great raffle basket for Sleuthfest with lots of good crime novels and Taquila, Grand Marnier, a pink flamingo, flip-flops, Jimmy Buffett CD, Key West playing cards, sunglasses…everything to make your stay in Florida a good one. 🙂

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  6. ooo ooo. more school for those of us not so soured by trying to plug in to accept a lil perception shift! or. in some different English, I’m keen to hit up nanowrimo again. your seasoned vets and yourself are invaluable for how to get unstuck from too many iron in the fires. which is closer to my particular sin…or botto in the chair not in the bouncing breazes. whatever obviously resonates with your and yours. of coure haha maybe someone might hight paydirt or just shovel over a body or three…look out 😉

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