Monthly Archives: May 2013

It’s all a matter of point of view ~ Rosemary McCracken

Before keyboarding in the opening sentence, a writer needs to decide what point of view that novel or story will take. I didn’t do this when I started to write Safe Harbor, the first book in my Pat Tierney series. … Continue reading

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Greetings, Readers! ~ M.H. Callway, May 24

Coming up is the most exciting week of the year in Canadian crime writing. And the Mesdames are immersed in both upcoming national award events. May has been a whirlwind month of book launches, readings and publicity, including two weeks … Continue reading

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The Sophomore – D.J. McIntosh, May 14, 2013

The Book of Stolen Tales, officially released by Penguin Canada on May 28th, is the second in the Mesopotamian trilogy. New York antiquities dealer, John Madison, hunts for a rare copy of a 17th century Italian book of fairy tales, … Continue reading

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Greetings Readers! ~ M.H. Callway

May is the month for Canadian crime writing – book launches and award galas aplenty. No less than three of the Mesdames of Mayhem have new books out: Melodie Campbell, Rowena and the Dark Lord D.J. McIntosh, The Book of … Continue reading

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