More Mysteries for You
Once your books are published, connecting with other authors is an excellent way to get your books in front of more people. The simplest way to do this is called cross-promotion. Join with one or several authors to promote each other’s books.
This month I joined with other crime writers. You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t like mysteries. Here’s you chance to check out new writers in the mystery and crime genre.
Go to our April Crime Authors page to explore a variety of stories.
Along with The Peach Widow you’ll find more fun reads for free or low price. What better way to relax in this Spring Break time?
Fans of Argolicus may like these books:
A.K. Lakelett has a new Occupational Hazard series and the first book is The Good Riddance Project: A Project Management Mystery.
Cecelia Peartree offers the 5th in her Quest series with A Quest in Berlin. Reminiscent of the master Helen MacInnes, a couple plunges into danger in post-war Berlin.
Ryn Shell pairs two young girls in Australian history in Billabong Escape as an Aboriginal girl and a rich white girl become unlikely allies against inner-city crime.
Fans of female private investigators will love Judith Lucci’s Michaela MacPherson and her retired police dog Angel as they tackle international human trafficking in The Case of Dr. Dude.
There are more books, so head on over to the April Crime Authors page and find a book.
Don’t forget to tell your mystery-loving friends about this special promotion.
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