Here’s a bookmark from Bouchercon 2015 featuring four novels in Cindy Blackburn’s series: Cue Ball Mysteries.
A business card from Bouchercon 2015. If you haven’t already bookmarked this site, do it now!
A postcard from Bouchercon 2015:
Crime Fiction Fix is a monthly online crime-fiction writing magazine and membership forum available by subscription.
• You get to ask technical questions about forensics, police procedure and legal process and be answered, authoritatively, by experts in their fields.
• Each issue contains a substantial, intimate, exclusive video interview with a well-known crime fiction writer (Meg Gardiner in Issue#1), giving insights into their lives, their writing and their working methods.
• A magazine full of original articles and insights on all aspects of crime fiction writing and real-life crime fighting.
• Accurate, up-to-date information on upcoming conferences, competitions and events in the crime-writing world.
• An invaluable resource for all crime fiction writers and readers.
A postcard from Bouchercon 2015. Copy seems quite self-explanatory–so here’s the website.
I love these free coasters found amid the many handouts at this year’s Bouchercon. They’re another great dual purpose promotional item—and collectable too! Kudos to Elly Griffiths, Jonathan Moore, and the folks behind the Occupied Earth anthology for their creativity.
(However, I have to say Elly and Jonathan would do well to add a URL to their coasters. Elly’s website was easy to find, but as of this writing there seems to be no mention of The Zig Zag Girl there. It took several additional searches to verify I was in the right place. And with a name like “Jonathan Moore” do you think there could be coders, directors, or actors with matching monikers?)