What’s Happening?

It seems that it’s that time of year for writing and the time is flying by with a vengeance.  I’m working hard on my next Emily Stone Thriller!  I wanted to let you know a few things that are going on in my world you might want to jot down on your calendars or check out at your leisure.

RADIO APPEARANCE – True Crime Uncensored with Burl Barer

When: Saturday, March 3, 2012

Time: 2:00pm, PST

Where/Who: I will be a guest and chat with the awesome Burl Barer, crime expert and bestselling true crime author, on his show hosted by Outlaw Radio.

Link: http://outlawcrime.com/

Listen Live: http://outlawradio.tv/listenlive.html

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SHAMROCKS-N-SIRENS – Crime Reader Book Event 2012

When: March 5th through March 17th

Who: 12 Crime Authors – books, interviews, and cool prizes

Link to Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=en0YToXEPBI

Link to Website: http://michaelordeauthor.blogspot.com/

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MARCH MADNESS!  — Kindle Books all Under Five Bucks!

 When: The month of March 2012

Who/Where: Independent Author Network is hosting all genres of authors for this Kindle extravaganza – find your next great read!  Support your Indies!

Link: http://www.independentauthornetwork.com/kindle-under-5.html

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Author Blog: https://authorjenniferchase.com/
Crime Watch Blog: http://emilystonecrimewatch.wordpress.com/
Book & Crime Talk:  http://blogtalkradio.com/jennifer-chase
Books: Compulsion  Dead Game  Dark Mind  Silent Partner  Screenwriting

About jchasenovelist

Published thriller author, criminologist, and blogger.
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6 Responses to What’s Happening?

  1. Alan Gettis says:

    Exciting things happening! Wishing you and Emily many more suspenseful adventures!
    Break a leg (or whatever the appropriate expression is for radio shows and book events).

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  2. Outstanding, Jennifer. I’ll be listening in tomorrow for sure.😀

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  3. Thanks for the link to the Kindle event. I refuse to pay more than $5 for a kindle book (ok – unless it’s a technical book with LOTS of diagrams and pictures and stuff AND the Kindle price is at least 1/3 the printed version) so I am one of those that strongly supports the independents who put their material out there for a reasonable price!

    How in the world can they justify paying the same amount for a Kindle Version when they have no stocking, printing, or handling fees – just a wee bit for the server and software to support Kindle. What’s up with that?

    Jan

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