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Saturday, December 23, 2006

Bigger and Better!

Merry Christmas fellow suspense writers and readers!

As you might have realized, our Keep Me In Suspense site slowed down a bit over the past few weeks, but we’ve been working behind the scenes to bring you some bigger and better things. Coming in January, watch out for more interviews with top suspense writers, series that include an in-depth look into police procedure, (ever wanted to know what undercover really means or basic crime scene procedure?) book reviews, writing tips, and much more.

And that’s not all. Our library will finally be up and running in January. If you have a suspense book you want included (one you’ve sold, or read recently that you love), watch for the announcement on how to send those in for inclusion.

Contests will be back with a monthly drawing for a free chapter critique and more free books. Authors, stay tuned as we will be letting you know how you can be featured on our contest page.

We're kicking off January with an interview with Susan May Warren and her next release Reclaiming Nick PLUS a chance to win a free copy!

So have a great holiday and look for us in January!

The Keep Me In Suspense Hosts


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good! Because you appear to have the only site just for Christian Mystery/Suspense writers. Merry Christmas and a blessed new year to you all!

7:42 AM  
Anonymous MommyCheryl said...

Glad to see you are up and running. Looking forward to the interview with SMW in January...I got Reclaiming Nick for Christmas and I'm almost done with it! What a read!

6:18 PM  
Blogger Candice Speare said...

I'm thrilled that we have Susie as a guest on Keep Me in Suspense. I have a great deal of respect for her as a writer. She really knows how to make characters sing. And her advice here is awesome. Thanks, Susie!


7:41 PM  
Blogger Keep Me in Suspense Team said...

In response to Anonymous's comment, that is exactly the reason we began Keep Me In Suspense--to focus on inspirational suspense and mysteries. We want to see this part of the CBA grow by leaps and bounds, and we hope that we can contibute to that growth by promoting the authors who write for this corner of the market.

Candice/KMIS Team

7:45 PM  
Blogger Christine Lynxwiler said...

Great interview! Susie's Reclaiming Nick looks like it will be a fantastic read! And the good thing about her books, they never disappoint. I can't wait!

8:57 PM  

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