Saturday, October 4, 2008
Inkspot News - October 4, 2008
Be sure to visit Inkspot on Monday, October 6 to read Jess Lourey's interview with Janet Evanovich, who once and for all answers the question, "Who would YOU choose: Ranger or Joe?"
Starting this coming Thursday and throughout the weekend, you can meet several Midnight Ink authors at Bouchercon in Baltimore:
Thursday, 3:00 PM, Tim Maleeny - LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER
Friday, 10/10 @ 10 AM, Felicia Donovan: STOP I'M ALREADY DEAD: Keeping a series interesting. Felicia is also a nominee for the Barry Award, to be presented Thursday night. The Barry is awarded by Deadly Pleasures magazine for excellence in crime fiction.
Friday, 10/10 @ 3 PM, Tom Schreck will be moderating I COULD'VE LIED.
Saturday, 11:30 AM, Tom Schreck - MURDER WHAT FUN
Saturday, 3:00 PM, Tim Maleeny - KUNG FU FIGHTING
Sunday, 10/12 @ 8:30 AM, G.M. Malliet - BEGINNINGS: First-Time Novelists
The fourth book in the supper club series, Stiffs & Swines, has been released! See J.B. Stanley's web site for details.
Lynn Sholes & Joe Moore will be signing their new Cotten Stone thriller, THE 731 LEGACY, at:
700 University Drive
Coral Springs, FL
Saturday, October 11, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
This week marks the official launch for Deborah Sharp's series debut, MAMA DOES TIME. On Tuesday evening, Oct., 7, she'll be the first guest in an interactive teleconference series, ''Author Talks.'' For more info, or to sign up to participate:
Don't miss the Midnight Ink ad in the latest issue of Mystery Scene Magazine, along with an article by Midnight Ink author C.S. Challinor, and a nice review for Deborah Sharp. Also, see great reviews for Joanna Slan and Jess Lourey in this month's Crimespree (pdf).