Allow me again a bit of self-promotion. We indie authors know it’s hard to build a fan base, but our blogs are one place to let others know what we have to offer. I’ll keep this brief and get on to a few other things :).
A FREE short story collection today only!
There is little doubt that Renée Pawlish is a promising new voice to the comic murder/mystery genre. Quite noticeable…is Pawlish’s adept development of the plot coupled with her ability to contrive clear, concise and playful prose with almost perfect pacing.
Norman Goldman, Bookpleasures Publisher and Editor
Five mystery tales set in Colorado.
Sarah Spillman, a sassy Denver police detective.
Reed Ferguson, a witty private eye with a love of film noir and Humphrey Bogart.
Kay, a computer nerd with revenge on her mind.
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Praise for Renée Pawlish’s mystery THIS DOESN’T HAPPEN IN THE MOVIES
5 Star Review
This Doesn’t Happen in the Movies is a very satisfying and well-paced novel. I rarely select a front row seat when I go to the movies, but was delighted to be afforded that perspective in this gem from Renée Pawlish.
RJ McDonnell, author of the Rock & Roll mysteries
Sam Spade Eat Your Heart Out
I laughed, I cringed and I enjoyed this fast-paced mystery. I look forward to reading more about Reed Ferguson’s shenanigans in the future.
The Book Diva, reviewer
Now, on to a few other things for you indie authors :).
Indie Authors And Branding
Notice the new banner? It’s part of my branding approach. I miss the mountain view but I’ll figure out a way to get it back on some of the pages. However, when we talk about marketing out books, it’s all about branding ourselves. I’ll get in to this more in another post, but I wanted to get you thinking about branding.
Indie Authors And a New Hashtag
Also, I will write another post about this, but I’m creating a new hashtag for Twitter:
This stands for Indie Author Handbook. If you see a tweet or you have a post that you think is particularly valuable for indie authors, especially as it pertains to the writing craft, marketing and book promotion, put the #IAHB hashtag with it and let’s get this to go viral!