Ah, the weekend. A time for reading, relaxing, and catching up on what we missed during the workweek whirlwind. Here’s a few popular Diane Capri Hits of the Week:
- Buy you a coffee? I’ll be joining Lee Child and Michael Connelly and other writers you love at the Key West Literary Seminar this month. Will you be there? I’d love to meet you! Tell me in the comments and I’ll get in touch with you. CLICK HERE for the schedule and details. Hope to see you there!
- We reached the 20th anniversary of the attack on Olympic ice skater Nancy Kerrigan. To check out my blog about it CLICK HERE
- It’s nice to be rewarded as a reader, isn’t it? After all, readers are the reason I do what I do and why I love it so much. So I’m now a part of Booklover’s Bench, a group dedicated to rewarding readers like you! Stay tuned for more information.
- Did you see my blog on the unique features of Tampa’s MacDill Air Force Base? Exciting news coming soon about this! CLICK HERE to read the post.
- Speaking of readers, we asked Facebook fans to name their favorite dead mystery/suspense/thriller writer. The votes were all over the place! We now have a runoff going between the top 2: Agatha Christie v. Dick Francis. CLICK HERE to cast your vote!
- Fatal Distraction was featured in the same list as… wait for it… The Hunger Games! Pretty cool, huh? Check out the other great titles featuring feisty females like Jess Kimball on IndieReader. CLICK HERE
- NewsFlash! subscribers received an exclusive special offer to download 14 terrific books. It’s our Warm Winter Reads Giveaway! If you’re not subscribed to NewsFlash! there’s still time. But hurry. This giveaway won’t last long. To subscribe, CLICK HERE
- Who are The Twelve? To check out this cool little trailer CLICK HERE and come back to put your guesses in the comments below.
Next week, I’ll introduce you to a #1 Bestselling author friend of mine. And I’ll tell you about a woman who spent her adolescence in prison, and is now getting a second chance. But is she still dangerous? We’ll explore!
The Twelve are twelve people who are propelled back through time to the middle ages.