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My HBS Author’s Spotlight Interview!

by Molly Greene I’m pleased to report that I’m over on Mystery Writer James Moushon’s blog this week for an HBS Author’s Spotlight. Here’s an excerpt: Molly, what has been your experience in giving your books away free? Have you been involved in any other type of giveaways and how did that work out? What […]

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5 Lessons Learned Between Books 5 & 6

Today I published Lock the Cellar Door, Book #6 and the latest in my Gen Delacourt Mystery Series. I’ve made it a tradition to share what I’ve learned between launches (here are the posts following publication of Book 2, Book 3, Book 4, and Book 5), so here goes. Production After trying several methods to […]

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It’s A Mystery To Me

Someone recently asked me why I chose to write in the mystery genre, and the answer is simple: Because I love to read them. I love to try to figure out who wears the white hats and who wears the black. And my favorite mysteries are manned by characters who are flawed and irreverent and […]

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Self-Publishing: 6 Valuable Lessons I Learned Between Book #1 & #2

Late in 2014 I launched my second mystery-thriller-romantic suspense novel, The Last Fairytale. A lot of time passed between Book 1 and Book 2, and although I sweated the gap that produced no significant fiction writing, in hindsight I’m glad it worked out the way it did. It was quite a ride. I’ve learned an […]

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Blog It! The Author’s Guide To Building A Successful Online Brand

I had no idea what I was doing when I started my original, free WordPress blog in March 2011, at the beginning of my journey into self-publishing. One important thing I did know: I had a full-time day job and had to keep my “side-blog” from overwhelming my life. Why did I take on the […]

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Mark of the Loon LIVE on Amazon!

My debut novel, Mark of the Loon, is available as an e-book on Amazon. It’s been a journey and an incredible education. I’ve shared much of it with you, and believe me there’s so much more to come. I deeply appreciate your interest and your support. Several comments and revews appear below — and if […]

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