I’ve Been Bad–I Know

My posts have been meager lately, I know, but I’m on a deadline for the third book in the Bodies of Art series–now officially titled Abstract Aliases. Plus, I’ve been doing all of the final proofing to get both Counterfeit Conspiracies and Marked Masters back to my MARKED MASTERS coverCOUNTERFEIT CONSPIRACIES coverIIHenery Press editor so the books will be ready for their re-debut and release to Net Gallery readers next month. The first two books are on-tap for a February 2016 release, but are available now in preorder, and will go to review services next month. YAY!

But there are a number of new events happening soon. I’m going to try to post about the newest this Friday (yes, Black Friday)–it all depends on when I get the final info–so y’all will be ready for the big event on Cyber Monday. I’m participating in this fun FB event that will be a moveable giving-op, rather than a selling one (you’ll be tired enough of pitches from all the ads by Walmart/Target/et al, right?). A bunch of wonderful authors are participating, so don’t forget to come back next weekend and check for all the details. You won’t want to miss it.

Beyond that, I was interviewed a few months ago by a couple of great blogs–Girl with Book Lungs for the Write Stuff page and Mayhem & Magic–and both blogs posted the interviews this week! The interviews are very different, and I wanted to post the links in case anyone wanted to read them–you’ll find those links below. I got a real kick out of answering the questions, and I loved reading the reader comments. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about me, here’s your chance. And if you like the interviews, subscribe to the blogs. These ladies post interesting stuff all the time 🙂

Girl with Book Lungs–Write Stuff

Mayhem & Magic

Have a great week everyone!

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About ritterames

Ritter Ames is the USA TODAY bestselling author of both the Organized Mysteries and Bodies of Art Mystery series, and lives atop a high green hill in the country with her husband and Labrador retriever. She spends each day globe-trotting the world from her laptop with Pandora blasting into her earbuds, often with the dog snoring at her feet. Much like her mysteries, Ritter’s favorite vacations start in London, then spiral out in every direction. She’s been known to plan trips after researching new books, and keeps a list of “can’t miss” foods to taste along the way.
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4 Responses to I’ve Been Bad–I Know

  1. tempewytch says:

    Hmm writing on here or writing more wonderful books – I know which one I prefer you to do!

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  2. galehr says:

    Great interviews, Ritter! I loved the “not wear orange” line the best. :>) Have a great holiday and keep those note cards organized, please.

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