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  1. Sticky: Hi folks, I've just lowered the price on my...

    Hi folks, I've just lowered the price on my latest New Orleans crime thriller to 99 cents!
    Beautiful, talented, ambitious ... Flute soloist Belinda Scully wants to be a star. But fame can be...
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    Not free but close ...

    I've just lowered the price on my latest New Orleans crime thriller to 99 cents!
    Beautiful, talented, ambitious ... Flute soloist Belinda Scully wants to be a star. But fame can be dangerous.
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    Here's a fix for you baseball fanatics when...

    Here's a fix for you baseball fanatics when there's no World Serious game on ... A new post to my DARK DEEDS blog
    A Grand-Slam Obsession

    The first time Ruth Ann Steinhagen laid eyes on Eddie...
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    Paris would be nice ... sit on a blanket near the...

    Paris would be nice ... sit on a blanket near the Seine with a nice bottle of red wine, some cheese and a baguette. Mm mm mm, bliss
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    When in the U.S. it's gotta be red, a nice...

    When in the U.S. it's gotta be red, a nice Australian Shiraz maybe or a Merlot. But I have to say, when I was in Germany traveling down the Rhine, we stopped at a little local winery and I had the...
  6. Re: my crime thriller review on Huffington Post!

    Hi folks,
    Hope you'll forgive me for turning cartwheels over the nice review my New Orleans thriller, Diva, got on Huffington Post recently. :grin:

    I'd love it if you'd stop by and leave...
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    Re: Whatcha reading?

    Just getting into Nelson DeMille's The Gate House. Forgot what a great writer he is, one of the few who can sustain interest in the protagonist while writing in first person POV. This is a belated...
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    Re: Crime & Music, in Perfect Harmony

    There's crime and music in my latest New Orleans thriller, but they're not exactly in harmony. More like Dis-harmony. A demented stalker is sexually obsessed with a classical flute soloist. And a...
  9. Re: Readers: Your Relationship With Authors

    Hi Sidhekist, happy to make your acquaintance. I'm a reader too, but also a writer. I invite you to visit my website to check out my latest crime thriller. http://www.susanfleet.com/fleet-diva.html...
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    Re: How public are you?

    I agree Kathy, It is a great topic. I just published a novel about a stalker, inspired by an actual incident that happened to one of my musician friends. I think the issue of how private, or not, to...
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    Re: How public are you?

    Oatmeal or chocolate chip? :laugh:
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    Re: Books on BN.com Outselling Amazon.com

    My two crime thrillers mostly do much better on amazon, but I just lowered my first one, Absolution, to 99-cents for the month of August and already it's selling better on B&N. We'll see how it goes....
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    Re: Post to your blog often?

    I just started a new blog, Dark Deeds, where I post a short synopsis of cases about serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides. My two novels were inspired by actual cases so I've done a lot of...
  14. Sticky: Re: .99 Cent Nookbooks - Authors please promote your novels here.

    For the month of August I've lowered the price on my first New Orleans crime thriller to 99 cents

    ABSOLUTION: A twisted killer preys on young women in New Orleans, where everyone has something to...
  15. Re: my first New Orleans thriller is only 99-cents for the month of August

    For the month of August I've lowered the price on my first New Orleans thriller, ABSOLUTION, to 99-cents.

    A twisted killer preys on young women in New Orleans, where everyone has something to...
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    Re: are most Nook owners women?

    That's what I read in some article and I just wondered if it's true. Any thoughts? Statistics, informal or otherwise?
    Inquiring minds want to know.
  17. Re: SETUP ON FRONT STREET / Key West noir, very different

    Mike, I notice you set it in 1991. Any particular reason? That's 20 years ago. Just wondering. Do you live there? Also, was it in Key West that the guy (forget his name starts with C) holed up after...
  18. Re: Which two authors would you read...forever?

    Up until last week I would have said Lee Child for sure, but I just finished his 61 Hours and was really disappointed.

    So I guess Lisa Gardner jumps to the top of my list and for my other author...
  19. Re: Readers: Your Relationship With Authors

    I'm a reader and have enjoyed meeting and talking to several authors at writer's conferences, most recently Erica Spindler and John Connolly. But I'm also an author, and I love meeting and talking...
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    Re: A Maniac and his Muse

    A Maniac and His Muse http://tinyurl.com/Diva-Nook

    "Susan Fleet subtitles Diva, her new killer thriller, "a novel of psychological suspense." That's an understatement. Set in post-Katrina New...
  21. Re: Writers - have you noticed a big difference between Kindle and Nook sales?

    [quote=mmryther ] B&N is like a ghost town, sales-wise. I heard that BN changed its search categories, or got rid of subcategories or something like that . . . maybe that has something to do with it....
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    Re: Have You Posted To Your Blog Lately?

    Thanks for sharing, D.D. Do you have any hints on how to boost sales on amazon.uk and amazon.de (germany)? My uk sales are, well, putrid. My amazon.de sales are zero! Do you have any sales over...
  23. Re: Why I stopped trumpeting and started killing people!

    Okay, I admit it. That was a shameless way to get your attention. [isn't that what writing is all about?] Anyhow, that's the title of my guest blog today on Geraldine Evan's blog.

    come on down...
  24. Re: Why I stopped trumpeting and started killing people!

    That's the title of my guest blog on Geraldine Evans' blog ...

    Check it out! The answer might surprise you! http://tinyurl.com/susanfleet-guestblog
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    Re: The Road by Cormac McCarthy

    McCarthy is a masterful writer. Must admit I couldn't sleep for 2 nights after finishing The Road. His ability to insert small but compelling details was the key ... the poignancy of the father...
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