Have you joined the Thriller Book of the Month Club yet? It’s operated by The Twelve, and offers a different giveaway of a bundle of swag every month from a different author. The Twelve is a group of bestselling authors, writing across the boundaries of thriller, mystery, horror, and crime. The author featured in September […]
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August #Giveaway from THE TWELVE
The Twelve Presents: Thriller Book of the Month Club! In case you haven’t heard the news yet, I’m a part of a group of bestselling authors called The Twelve, and we’ve formed a Thriller Book of the Month Club! That means that every month, we have a different author of the month and a different bundle of prizes […]
Do You Yawn When You Travel?
If so, you may be denied expedited security screening on U.S. flights. How many passengers on Flight 12 were yawners? According to a security document obtained by The Intercept, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration deems exaggerated yawning an indicator that a passenger may be a higher security risk. Other behavioral indicators that make a passenger […]
Want Your Name On A Book Cover?
Last Call! All Readers Now Boarding Flight 12… The Flight 12 Finale Contest Is Underway! If you’ve ever wanted to see your name on a book cover, now’s your chance! Each month, for the last 12 months, “The Twelve” brought you one NEW limited edition thriller from their bestselling authors. Each book features new characters and those […]
Saturday Special: All About Jet Lag
Is it really already May? I’ve been back from London for, what, more than a week now? And I think I’ve FINALLY fully recovered from the jet lag. Man, that stuff is no joke! I wrote a bit about air travel earlier this week because I spent two days on airplanes lately and the Flight […]
TWELVE Flight 12 Books! Collect them all!
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare for takeoff. The last Flight 12 book before the big finish just released this week! Robert Gregory Browne’s installment is the twelfth book in the Flight 12 Begins series. My contribution, Flight 12: A Jess Kimball Thriller, is the third in this exciting continuity series. At the end of each book, one person boards […]
The woman of “The Night” joins the flight!
New York Times Bestselling Author Carol Davis Luce’s Flight 12 book releases today! Allow me to introduce… Flight 12: A Jessie Night Thriller. This is Book #11 in the Flight 12 Begins Series. Each member of the group of mystery thriller authors called The Twelve has written an original Limited Edition thriller. At the end of each book, […]
February 12th – You know what that means!
ATTENTION: It’s time to make sure your carry-on bags are stored securely in the overhead bin and your in-flight reading material is at your fingertips… because Flight 12 is getting closer to takeoff! It’s February 12th, and you know what that means! Today, A.K. Alexander and J.R. Rain release their Flight 12 book. One book […]
Last Call for Deadly Dozen 2!
When we announced the debut of the boxed set Deadly Dozen 2, we told you it would only be available for a limited time. Fair Warning: That LIMITED TIME is about to come to an end! In Deadly Dozen 2, The Twelve team up to bring you a collection of mysteries and thrillers. In my […]
TWO New Flight 12 Thrillers From THE TWELVE!
You have been asking for the next Flight 12 thriller Today’s the Day! And even better together – two at once!!! Joshua Graham AND Brett Battles each released a new Flight 12 thriller on January 12. Flight 12: A Xandra Carrick Thriller by Joshua Graham Xandra Carrick is a photojournalist featured in Graham’s popular thriller novel Darkroom. She has […]
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