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    Well done BJ. That sounds exciting!


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    BJ wrote: My debut mystery/thriller titled JAMES 516 has been published by Amber Quill Press and is available in print and e-book.
    Congratulations! Love the sniper theme.

    Lucie

    PS: For shea AND BJ,if you want to add the book cover to your signature:

    1) go to your blog or your publisher's website where a reduced-size of the image is posted, right-click (or press down on a touch screen) to "Save" the image
    2) the press "User CP" at the top of this page
    3) Click into "Edit signature"
    4) "Insert signature picture" and upload it.
    5) Add a sentence with link to your website or book
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    Quote Originally Posted by GailD View Post
    Well done BJ. That sounds exciting!
    Many thanks, GailD!
    BJ Bourg

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderactivist View Post
    Congratulations! Love the sniper theme.

    Lucie
    Thanks, Lucie--for the congratulations and for the tip. You rock!

    I'm glad to hear you love the sniper theme. As a police sniper, I yearned for fiction books featuring police snipers, but I couldn't find many. I wasn't sure if anyone else would be interested in the topic, but I decided to write what I'd like to read rather than what I thought might be popular.

    Take care,
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    Loads of great news in this thread!
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    Wow, lots going on since I last visited, all good. Congrats Bflo, shea, and BJ.

    Small bit of news from me. My mystery-suspense story “Murderous Lies” is free to read as a reprint at Section 8 Magazine, an art and literature zine.

    How the heck did I get into an arts and lit pub? (After all, I sometimes forget which fork to use at fancy dinners.) Another mystery reprint of mine ran at multi-genre zine wordhaus a couple of weeks ago, and the Section 8 editor read it and contacted me, asking for a story. How about that?

    I hope you get a chance to check it out, if only for the cool artwork and color contrasting typography Section 8 ran with the story.
    My private eye story “Mysterious Private Investigations” is now available in the Plan B Volume V anthology.

    Storyline: A private eye seeks justice for his client, but finds only deception and disillusionment.

    For more, visit my site Murder and Fries or my Amazon author page.

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    Congrats, Peter! You are the short story master.

    BJ, have you seen the TV show, Flashpoint? It's on Netflix and anout police snipers in an SRU unit.
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    Great cover, BfloGal.

    Love yours too, Shea. And awesome that you got credit!

    BJ, I love the concept of your book, I'll have to check it out.

    Great news, Peter. Will have to check yours out also.

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    Thanks Peter and Ken! Congrats on your recent publications, Peter.
    BJ Bourg

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    Congratulations on the contract Ken. Hope they help the series kick serious butt. Kudos on the cover Bflo and Sheadakota. Get that promo machine cranking BJ. Sounds like Section 8 and Peter have a great relationship forming...you go!

    Guess I'll break out the news that HOWLING MOUNTAIN BLUES is now available in paperback on Amazon and Barking Rain Press. It'll be available in e-book soon at a variety of online venues.

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    That's awesome Daddy-O! Congratulations
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    Congrats!

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    Congratulations Daddyo.
    My short story, A Killer Week, is now available to read in the Anthology Crime After Crime out NOW in paperback and e-book format from Bridge House Publishing

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderactivist View Post
    BJ, have you seen the TV show, Flashpoint? It's on Netflix and anout police snipers in an SRU unit.
    I hadn't heard about it, but will definitely check it out when I get time. Thanks a bunch!
    BJ Bourg

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    Belated congrats to Daddyo on the paperback publication. I’m guessing by now the e-book has hit the virtual shelves?

    And I’m letting loose a giant Waahhoooooo today because I just learned I’m now an Active Member of the Private Eye Writers of America, based on a private investigator short story I sold.

    Waahhoooooo!

    Best wishes,
    Peter DiChellis
    My private eye story “Mysterious Private Investigations” is now available in the Plan B Volume V anthology.

    Storyline: A private eye seeks justice for his client, but finds only deception and disillusionment.

    For more, visit my site Murder and Fries or my Amazon author page.

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    Oooh, nice one, pdichellis. Congrats.
    My short story, A Killer Week, is now available to read in the Anthology Crime After Crime out NOW in paperback and e-book format from Bridge House Publishing

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