Fun, Friday Giveaway

How about a Fun Friday giveaway? I set up a new one-day giveaway with a handful of copies of Counterfeit Conspiracies. Amazon will pick the random winners, and the contest ends within 24 hours–or as soon as the copies are all given away. So hurry to enter if you want a chance at a Kindle copy of Counterfeit Conspiracies 🙂 Click here to enter at Amazon

Wednesday Giveaway!

Hey, everyone–I’m over at the Henery Press Club Hen House today talking about my favorite plot twists and twist endings. If you’d like to share your favorite(s), there’s a signed copy of COUNTERFEIT CONSPIRACIES up for grabs to one lucky commenter. Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and then tell which is your favorite book, movie or television show twist. Here’s the link — www.clubhenhouse.com/id-like-mine-with-a-twist-please/  

The Organized Mysteries Series

I’ve just sent off an Organized Mysteries short story for a summer anthology project (more about that later), and I’m spending the next couple of weeks finishing up another full length Organized novel (again, more info coming soon). All that organized writing got me thinking about early interviews I did that talked about the series. I’m reposting one of those interviews today, conducted by Mason at Thoughts in Progress. If you’ve already read it, I apologize for the repeat, but when I reread it this morning it was a nice reminder that planning out a series well ahead of time truly has helped me keep all my writing on-track. Interview – April 9, 2014 (Thoughts in Progress–Interview Organized for Murder) Mason – How did you come to write a mystery featuring a protagonist who is an organization expert? Ritter: I was at an author signing once, before I started writing ORGANIZED Read more…