Sunday, March 18, 2012
READER QUESTION: What is that burning sensation when I read?
AUTHOR: Hmmm...perhaps you're doing it wrong?
Next question, please.
READER QUESTION: Where do you get your ideas?
AUTHOR: There are three ways in which writers get ideas:
1) The Idea Fairy - a small woodland fairy filled with ideas. Squeeze it until it spews a good idea.
2) The IDEA area of the brain. It's right next to the THAT'S A REALLY BAD IDEA area, oddly the really bad idea area is larger in sixteen year old boys and anyone on Jersey Shore.
3) Plagiarism - Most of my ideas are stolen from other writers.
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Oh yeah? Wanna bet?
I'm about to let you in on the secret to NEVER getting a bad review again.
(Please note, using my methods will result in legal troubles and likely many years of jail time):
1) Find out where the reviewer lives and plant large quantities of meth in their closet, and then make an anonymous call to the cops.
2) Buy a subscription to Guns & Ammo magazine, and flip to the back pages where you will find, Men Seeking Gunmen ads. Hire a hitman. Be proactive though. You never know who will write that bad review, so make sure to off anyone who picks up a copy of your book.
3) Hire a hacker to hack PW website (amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kirkus, etc) and post your own review.
4) Threaten to boil a bunny. Nobody likes boiled bunnies. Nobody.
5) Write the perfect book, one that everyone, no matter what religion, political affiliation, height, weight or age group will love. Easy peasy.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Cinderella’s stepsister Asia, believing her sister’s death to be a case of foul play, shows up at what she thinks is Sherlock Holmes’s door. Only, he hasn’t lived there for a while, not since RJ, as Rumpel prefers to be called, stuffed him into the chimney and took over the residence. Asia, much better-looking then the original story had led us to believe, convinces RJ to help, but really he’s just doing it in hopes that she’ll sleep with him.
As the two dig deeper into Cindi’s untimely death, everyone becomes suspect: Prince Charming; the butler; Dru, the second and not-so-pretty stepsister; even Asia.
Blending favorite fairy tale characters with today’s cultural references and sensibilities, Curses! flips the childhood staple on its head to create a wholly adult, and highly entertaining, reading experience.
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Thursday, March 8, 2012
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Monday, March 5, 2012
Friday, March 2, 2012
Booksigning with Cindi Myers & j.a. kazimer
March 3, 2012 - 3pm
Booksigning - MARCH 10, 2012
Booksigning - MARCH 17, 2012
701 E. 120th Avenue
Thornton, CO 80233
Booksigning - March 25, 2012
March 25 - 11AM
Barnes & Noble Bookstore
960 S Colorado Blvd
Glendale, CO 80246
Left Coast Crime Conference - March 29 - April 1, 2012
FORENSICS - Forensics and Mysteries Go Hand in Hand
DP Lyle, MD, Jan Burke, Steve Scarborough, JA Kazimer, George Fong
SATURDAY March 31, 2012 - 1:30 PM