Friday, February 11, 2011
LOU ALLIN EVENT IN VANCOUVER
Lou Allin, author of the Holly Martin mysteries, will be presenting as part of a Fiction Writing and Publishing All-Day Panels and Workshop on March 5, at Vancouver Public Library, 350 Georgia St., Vancouver. The event is free of charge.
Lou will serve on a panel discussion among genre authors and do a blue-pencil session.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Monday, February 07, 2011
Monday, January 31, 2011
SLOW RECOIL a MUST READ!
From Donald Graves in the Hamilton Spectator:
"C.B. Forrest’s Slow Recoil, his second novel, is a winner, hitting all the right notes to successfully support his growing presence in the Canadian mystery genre.
Detective McKelvey is not thriving on forced retirement, the result of his meddling into the investigation of his son’s murder. Winning friends and influencing people are not his strong suit. A friend’s recent lover goes missing. Foul play is suspected. Bodies and clues pile up and local cops, the killer and Interpol turn McKelvey into a suspect and target, catapulting him into a circle of retribution that is skilful, obsessive and deadly.
The Weight of Stones and now Slow Recoil illustrate a raw but sensitive new police-procedural series is maturing, one brimming with explosive twists fired by superior writing.
A must-read for 2011."
Thursday, January 27, 2011
LADIES KILLING CIRCLE INVADING STATES!
The dauntless women of the Ladies Killing Circle Anthologies will be visiting Sanibel Island Bookshop in Florida.
Joan Boswell, Mary Jane Maffini, Sue Pike and Linda Wiken will be reading and signing novels and anthologies.
The event is Wednesday, February 9th, 2011, at 11 a.m. at the Sanibel Island Bookshop, 1571
Periwinkle Way, Sanibel Island.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Monday, January 17, 2011
CHAPMAN AND FORREST DOUBLE-SHOT
Saturday, January 15th, Brenda Chapman and C.B. Forrest visited both Book
Stops in Ottawa, one if the far east of the city and the other in the far
west. Despite a snowstorm, they had a good turn out of people who bought
signed copies of "In Winter's Grip" and "Slow Recoil".
photo - Brenda Chapman and C.B. Forrest with Audrey, owner of the
Barrhaven Book Stop.
Thursday, January 13, 2011
NEW LOU ALLIN REVIEW
"She Felt No Pain, the second Holly Martin mystery by Sooke author Lou Allin, makes wonderful use of local colour...Allin winds in many threads of West Coast life... The novel clips along at a satisfying pace with multiple satisfying twists."