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Started by Jo Bannister, January 08, 2020, 12:46:09 PM

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Jo Bannister

Thanks, Deb - I'm touched you want to read me!  Yes, there's a few options - there's half a dozen or so in the Castlemere series, about the same with Brodie Farrell. 

I suggest you buy one - whisper it, but you could get it cheap off Amazon, in case you don't like it! - and take it from there.  In either case - "A Bleeding of Innocents" was the first Castlemere book, "Echoes of Lies" the first Brodie Farrell - if you enjoy the first book you'll probably enjoy the rest: I think they got better as they went along. 

There are paperback editions for a lot of the books but not all; and mass-market (cheapie) editions from Worldwide Mysteries for some of them.  And one of them you could read in Japanese, if the notion took you!

If you find one, let us know what you think of it.  I'm a big girl now: I can cope with criticism!  But thanks again for the interest. 


Mark Hoffmann

Jo

Are they all on Kindle?

Mark
Writing humour is the hardest thing since sliced bread.

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Jo Bannister

Er - now you're asking.  A lot of them are available as e-books, but whether they're on Kindle specifically I don't know.  Try asking Kindle.  I don't have one.

Mark Hoffmann

Yep, looks like they are all there. Hundreds of um!
Writing humour is the hardest thing since sliced bread.

The Severed Hands of Oliver Olivovich
UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B087SLGLSL
US - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087ZN6L6V

FB Author Page - https://www.facebook.com/Mark-Hoffmann-Writer-102573844786590

Jo Bannister

Now, don't let's exaggerate, Mark.  There might be up to forty-odd.  Who do you think I am - Barbara Cartland?

DGSquared

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Carpenter is Romance, you are a crime fiction novelist. I'm looking forward to reading your books.

I looked up, "Most Prolific Female Mystery Writers" and Wikipedia came up with an alphabetical list. Looky here.
Our one and only, Jo! ;D
"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read." -Groucho Marx

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Blondesplosion! ~Deb

DGSquared

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Jo, I see your Brodie Farrell novels ran as one per year from 2001 - 2009. Wow!


I had twenty or so questions but I read the interviews on your Wiki page. ;D

"Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read." -Groucho Marx

A child's life is like a piece of paper on which every passerby leaves a mark. -Chinese proverb

Blondesplosion! ~Deb

Jo Bannister

Well, you seem to have a better grasp on my career than I have.  I didn't know I'd got a Wiki page.

You have to remember, this was my career for nearly thirty years.  Until my pension started arriving, it was my only source of income, and the only demand on my time.  I treated it as a job, put in the hours and produced pretty well one book a year.

Now I'm slowing down a bit.  In this as in all things.

Mark Hoffmann

What's slowing you down? Lack of ideas, lack of time, or lack of enthusiasm?
Writing humour is the hardest thing since sliced bread.

The Severed Hands of Oliver Olivovich
UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B087SLGLSL
US - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087ZN6L6V

FB Author Page - https://www.facebook.com/Mark-Hoffmann-Writer-102573844786590

Jo Bannister

No, Mark, surplus of years!

Jo Bannister

Got a trio of reviews in for "Dangerous Pursuits" - Kirkus, Booklist and Publishers Weekly.  Nothing to complain about in any of them. 

Booklist's my favourite: "Bannister's latest in this popular series is one of her best.  Strong characters, well-set-up twists, gentle humor, and a shock ending make for a fine read."

I mean, I'd read the book on the basis of that, and I know how it ends...

Mark Hoffmann

I'm waiting for the kindle edition.

Why the delay, is that a marketing thing? Does your publisher earn more from print?
Writing humour is the hardest thing since sliced bread.

The Severed Hands of Oliver Olivovich
UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B087SLGLSL
US - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087ZN6L6V

FB Author Page - https://www.facebook.com/Mark-Hoffmann-Writer-102573844786590

Jo Bannister

Yes, but I think it's primarily a matter of maximising income from all sources.  The dearer editions sell better before the cheaper ones become available. 

Dansinger

I'm late to the party, but congrats, Jo.
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Jo Bannister

Thanks, Dan.  I appreciate the support.  It still feels a biggish deal, even after all these years.