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I'm a native Hoosier but now live near Los Angeles. I have a degree in theater and black belt in tae kwon do. I work at a community newspaper and review local plays. "The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper" if the first book in the Sandy Fairfax Teen Idol mystery series. Sandy is an amateur detective as well as a former teen idol and star of the TV show "Buddy Brave, Boy Sleuth." Now he's a 38-year-old recovering alcoholic making a comeback. In the first book of the series, a member of the tribute band is shot at a Beatles fan convention where Sandy's a guest speaker. The book is now available on (put in the book title, not my name as there is another author with my name) and my publisher, Oak Tree Press, as

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At 7:36pm on October 6, 2011, Sunny Frazier said…
Sally, get over here and post the flyer Jeana made for your upcoming signing at Book 'Em. And show the awesome cover!
At 8:06pm on June 17, 2011, Author Aleja Bennett said…
Nice to meet you here in the world of book marketing. I'm Aleja Bennett Author of Ten paper backs and eight available on the kindle. Here is my fan page, stay in touch when you can. I know we both may have hectic schedules at times but I will always follow you back. Below is my fan page hope you like it and thanks again for your support it's appreciated very much. Enjoy the book video
At 3:05pm on January 30, 2011, Theresa Varela said…
Go Ju can be defined as "Hard/Soft." It is Okinawan and very yin-yang! I think writing with a martial arts background can open up so many ideas. There is the depth of the philosophy, the military prowess and even the possibilites of a mystery at the annual regional tournament. There is so much to choose from! 
At 8:09pm on January 24, 2011, Mary Deal said…
Aloha Sally. The book you speak of is published print-on-demand with
At 4:18pm on January 23, 2011, Holli Castillo said…
The only obvious signs are King cakes are available and my daughter's school is planning a parade.  The signs are appearing, slowly but surely.
At 8:22pm on January 22, 2011, Paula Petty said…

I live in Chattanooga now, but I grew up in Memphis. I worked about five miles from Graceland and lived not far from where Elvis lived before Graceland. My aunt used to work in a department store and claims that Elvis's mom bought his underwear from her. My grandfather worked on appliances and said that he went to his house and caught his maid as she was falling down the stairs. My grandfather stuck with that story until he died.

At 10:14pm on January 20, 2011, Paula Petty said…

Hi Sally! Your book sounds fascinating--a Beatles fan convention of all places. That's great.

I live in Chattanooga and am currently working on a cozy mystery.

At 6:03pm on January 20, 2011, Marja McGraw said…

Hi Sally, I write mysteries that are lighter with a little humor.

YA is huge right now, so I wish you the best with your book. If you learn any killer marketing techniques, please share.

At 3:16pm on January 4, 2011, Adele Brinkley said…
Sally, you are correct. I do read a variety of material, and most of it is very, very (trite word X 2) good!
At 12:00pm on January 4, 2011, Kate L said…
Welcome :)

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