Is forensic evidence, like DNA, always reliable? The answer may surprise you. Please welcome New York Times E-book Bestselling Author Debbi Mack to Murder Blog.
Source: DNA and Other Forensic Evidence: Reliable or Fallible? – Crime Writer Sue Coletta
Read the most recent blog post from Jane Friedman’s website.
Source: 9 Statistics Writers Should Know About Amazon by Jane Friedman
Dave Chesson: Amazon Super URLs are special links that might be hurting your books on Amazon without you even knowing it. They’re causing reviews to be removed and more!
Source: Amazon Super URLs: They Might be Killing Your Reviews!
Livor mortis, rigor mortis, and algor mortis are just some of the changes that occur after death. Do you dare to read the full breakdown of the body?
Source: Mortis: What Happens to the Body After Death? – Crime Writer Sue Coletta
Houston, TX Attorney Greg Tsioros From investigating assault crimes to the timeline of events, this post offers fantastic information for crime writers and readers.
Source: Breaking Down Assault Crimes: From Investigation to Timeline – Crime Writer Sue Coletta
Pronoun distributes ebooks to the five major online retailers; it charges authors nothing upfront, and doesn’t take a cut of ebook sales either.
Source: Q&A with Pronoun: An Increasingly Competitive Ebook Distributor | Jane Friedman
There are advantages to selling ebooks only through Amazon, and makes most sense for authors who are just starting out or who are relatively unknown.
Source: Is Amazon Exclusivity Right for You? by Rob Kroese