If you’ve ever experienced an Officers’ Club on a military base, you’re quickly becoming a part of history. Officers’ Clubs, or “O Clubs” as they’re often called, are becoming a thing of the past. If you’ve read Jack and Joe or The Enemy, the Jack Reacher thriller by Lee Child, you know why I’m interested in […]
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What’s Happening To Officers’ Clubs?
LAST CALL for 2015 — 99 cent sale!
LAST CALL! Fatal Distraction, the Jess Kimball Thriller, is on sale! (99 cents at most retailers but check prices before you download!). If you haven’t read Fatal Distraction, now’s your chance to pick it up for a terrific price. You may want to grab Fatal Enemy, Jess Kimball’s “first in series,” too. Two NEW novels starring […]
Happy Thank You Note Day!
On Thursday I was wishing you a Merry Christmas. Now, I’m wishing you a Happy Thank You Note Day. It’s an actual thing — I’m not making this up! See? So, are you a thank you note writer? This week we did a #tbt to days of yore re-visiting Plant’s Palace. In that vein, let’s harken […]
How Good Are You At Reading People’s Eyes?
If you’re like me, (and I bet you are in this regard…) reading is one of your favorite activities. But do you excel at reading people’s eyes? If you’re an avid reader, the chances are greater that you’re a pro at this. Studies show that readers are more empathetic and enjoy social interactions more. Fascinating, isn’t it? […]
Why I’m Giving Away an Autographed Lee Child Book
What was the highlight of your week? Mine has been hearing the positive reaction from readers to Jack and Joe, my newest Hunt for Jack Reacher Series thriller. I tell you all the time, but I’ll say it again – YOU are the readers I write for. Which makes your positive reactions to my books […]
1989: A Game-Changer For Jack Reacher
Lee Child’s newest book is now available. Not Make Me, book #20 in the Jack Reacher thriller series, but a new digital short titled Small Wars. Exclusively in ebook format. #1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Child takes us back to 1989 for this one, which makes it a form of time travel, right? In 1989 Jack […]
Chicken To Get $2,500 Prosthetic Leg
How interesting was the last thing you printed? For me, it was a boarding pass. Not very exciting, right? It’s hard to compete with this one: scientists are printing a new leg for a chicken named Cicely. Cicely the chicken was born with limited mobility. Scientists at Tufts University’s Cummings School of Veterinary determined that […]
Here, let me authorgraph that book for you.
One thing we lose when we choose ebooks over paperbacks or hardbacks is the ability to have an author personally autograph our book. Right? Almost. Thanks to the internet, combined with a little ingenuity, it’s possible to have authors authorgraph some of your digital books. Authorgraph is free and easy to request! How To Request An Authorgraph: Go to www.authorgraph.com/authors/DianeCapri […]
What Are Bitcoins and Why Do Criminals Like Them?
What are bitcoins? Sounds like something you’d find in the sand at the beach with a metal detector, doesn’t it? I found out a few things about bitcoins when I was researching False Truth 8: A Jordan Fox Mystery. But the concept is so abstract, I’m still trying to wrap my head around it! A special I caught […]
Limited Edition Boxed Set: SIX FEET UNDER
New Boxed Set for Kindle for just 99 cents… FREE for participants in Kindle Unlimited. Six Feet Under A limited edition boxed set of 6 FULL-LENGTH novels I’m proud to bring this boxed set to you in this extra special edition of the Saturday Special! The boxed set is being offered exclusively by Amazon for just […]
“Full of thrills and tension – but smart and human too.”
Lee Child, #1 World Wide Bestselling Author of Jack Reacher Thrillers
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