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What is the biggest challenge facing self published authors today

These days many authors are choosing to self publish because there are more avenues open to them to do so than ever before. But self-publishing is not without challenges and pitfalls. I'd like to…Continue

Started Jan 17, 2021

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Something About Me and My Book:
I am a former newspaper reporter and the author of 18 published books. I write paranormal mysteries, cozy mysteries, true crime, detective, and suspense.
Website:
http://www.goodmysteries.webs.com

My Published Works

 

A Picture Perfect Kid, Zumaya Publications (True Crime) EPPIE Award Nominee                       

Spirit Lake, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Echoes of the Past, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Slay Bells Ring, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

House of Secrets, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Vows of Silence, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance) Release date May 1, 2013

Jolly Dead St. Nicholas, Devine Destinies (Mystery) Release date December 15, 2013

Night of the Canid, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance) AN ARE BESTSELLER

Shadows in the Night, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance) AN ARE BESTSELLER

Night Watchers, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Dead of Night, Devine Destinies (Paranormal Mystery/Romance)

Jolly  Dead St. Nicholas, Book 1 in Crescent Falls Series, Devine Destinies (Mystery)  

Be Mine, Dead Valentine,  Book 2 in Crescent Falls Series,  Devine Destinies, (Mystery)

Worth More Dead, Book 3 in Crescent Falls Series, Devine Devine Destinies (Mystery)

Walnut Lake, available on Amazon Kindle http://www.amazon.com/dp/B08K3Q6MH3

Marked for Murder, available on Amazon Kindle http://www.amazon.com/dp/B08S48TYH8

Crescent Falls Bundle (Books 1-3 ), eXtasy Books Mystery) http://www.amazon.com/dp/B091PR23DD

Dig Two Graves, Book 4 in Crescent Falls Series, eXtasy Books, (Mystery)

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0928B73WS

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A Pretty Good Year

Today, award winning, best selling author, Tim Smith takes us on a trip down memory lane to 1972.  Tim has given us a kaleidoscope look at a year that included many ground-breaking events. So, sit back and enjoy the ride. 

1972 was a noteworthy year, not only for the Watergate scandal and the impending end of the Viet Nam war, but for many things that are still part of our lives 50 years later. Numerous puzzle pieces came together to form an interesting…

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Posted on June 7, 2022 at 6:38am

I'll Wait for the Book

This month, award-winning, best-selling author, Tim Smith, compares some well-known novels to the movies they inspired.  

 Scriptwriters have long used novels and short stories as the basis for their work, for both movies and TV shows. I suppose good ideas are hard to come by in Hollywood, so why not poach someone else’s blood, sweat and tears, right? And who among us hasn’t daydreamed about our book being turned into a blockbuster film or Netflix series? In their defense,…

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Posted on May 3, 2022 at 6:00am

The First Twenty Years are the Toughest

Today, my guest blogger, best-selling, award-winning romance author Tim Smith shares some of the unique, often amusing, experiences he's had during his writing career.

April marks 20 years since I became a published author. I’d been writing before then, but “Memories Die Last,” the first novel in my popular Nick Seven spy series, was released by a traditional publisher in 2002. To date, I’ve published 28 books (mostly novels, and some shorter ones), and have…

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Posted on April 3, 2022 at 5:28am

Life or Something Like It

This month my guest blogger, award-winning, best-selling author, Tim Smith, discusses the uneasy relationship between contemporary fiction and the romance genre.

 

“Life resembles a novel more often than novels resemble life.” – George Sand, French author (1804 – 1876).

 

There’s a lot of truth in that quote, and it’s probably why so many of us write contemporary fiction. Life is sometimes too bizarre to be…

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Posted on March 5, 2022 at 7:39am

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