All posts tagged book review

R is for Reviews

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You are shopping for a book online. You see the little picture of what it would look like if you could see it. You see the description (which is often not the jackback) the author thought you should know about the book. Still, you are not sure. Where do you turn? The reviews.

Writer’s Spotlight: Laurie Childree

Claret was busy making strawberry and cream frappacino. Red pulled a tray of flaky croissants from the oven. She whipped some honey into the butter and set out into the M3 Coffee Shoppe in search of Laurie Childree. She knew she would be around today and wanted to sit down with her to talk about […]

Do not say, “Buy my book!”

Over the past few weeks, I have been inundated with questions and visited a few blogs whose posts asked the questions. Authors want to know what to do to sell their books. No, I am not going to sell you anything. Instead, I am going to tell you for free.

Writer’s Spotlight: Roger Grubbs

Roger Grubbs is one of the founding members of the M3 Coffee Shoppe. He brings to the table more than 30 novels. Red picked his brain to find out what fuels all the suspense which escapes his fertile imagination. M3: Roger, what is the quick introduction you would give to M3 Readers? RG: Born & raised […]