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Comment by Ottilie Weber on February 4, 2014 at 10:20am

I'm hosting a giveaway on my blog for Valentine's Day. There will be 3 winners. The prizes include signed books, candy, and more!

Comment by david stuart ryan on November 1, 2013 at 12:58pm

Announcing the publication of what will come to be seen as the definitive portrayal of the amazing year that was 1967, ‘the summer of love’

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 '1967' plots the course of a momentous year.

The year when pop turned into progressive rock and masterpieces from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones provided the soundtrack to what were revolutionary times. The novel by David Stuart Ryan, author of the bestselling 'John Lennon's Secret’, describes the events as they happen month by month, through the non-stop kaleidoscope of the life of Paul Dane, an advertising copywriter, and his circle of friends. If you thought the world of ‘Mad Men’ was strange, the adventures in this volume will only confirm all your wildest suspicions. You live out the exhilarating, unpredictable but always totally engaging events, music and experimentation that stamped themselves on a year, and produced the legendary 'summer of love'.

There has probably never been a time when the women were so willing, the mood music so congenial, the artificial aids to expanded consciousness so freely available. You start to realize as you progress through the heady months of 1967 that everything is evolving at a fantastic speed, a whole year's evolution appears to take place in a month, or less, as the young suddenly and inexplicably begin to seek out their dreams and fantasies, aided and abetted by some of the best music every produced, the tracks that have become an intimate part of our lives and which continue to haunt and fascinate in equal measure.

'1967' takes you behind the scenes to give you an understanding of just what it was like to experience this tsunami of change, of hope and ultimately of changes with profound revolutionary implications that are even today working themselves out as the old ways are rejected, as a counter-revolution runs out of steam and the visions that beguiled a whole generation move into the mainstream.

And yes there is a lot of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. This is 1967. It is more 50 shades of psychedelic colour than the grey of a postwar world. What a trip you are about to embark upon.

Comment by Ottilie Weber on August 31, 2013 at 5:05pm

Happy Labor Day weekend! I'm having a sale on all my e-books and paperbacks! Details are here:

Comment by Ottilie Weber on June 23, 2013 at 3:04pm

Hello and Happy Sunday! Today is the LAST day of my GIVEAWAY in celebration of my graduating college and the re-release of my YA novel Family Ties. There will be four winners. Prizes include signed paperbacks, ebooks, and an Amazon gift card. Please come check out the last day of the giveaway, the clock is ticking!

Comment by Priya Vasudevan on June 7, 2013 at 12:36pm

Here is the link to my new video announcing the release of the e-book for Middle TimeMystery e-book released

Comment by Ottilie Weber on June 6, 2013 at 4:38pm

From now till June 23 I'm hosting a GIVEAWAY to celebrate my graduating from college! I'm giving away ebooks, signed paperbacks, and an Amazon gift card! USA residents only and you can enter once a day. Please check out the details and enter at:

Comment by Ottilie Weber on June 2, 2013 at 12:15pm

Today is Sample Sunday on my blog! Today's sample is part of a New Adult Contemporary Romantic Fiction story I am working on, The Four Purposes of Oil

Comment by Ottilie Weber on May 25, 2013 at 11:41am

Today I'm doing a cover revealing for my YA novel Family Ties today. The photo was taken by Mae I Design Regina Wamba!

Family Ties

Stories told by word of mouth can get twisted or lost. Abby grew up hearing about her great-grandmother Emma, a royal who left that life to come to America. Yet when Abby takes a summer job with her best friend Cory, she feels eyes on her. When she is kidnapped after leaving work, Abby learns there may be a hidden part of her family tree...

Comment by Lorie Ham on March 9, 2013 at 1:04pm

Up in Kings River Life Magazine today we have a lot of St. Patrick's Day mystery fun & a lot of reviews & giveaways. We have a St. Patrick's Day mystery short story by C.A. Rowland

Some St. Patrick's Day mystery reading suggestions from Sharon Tucker

 And while not really a mystery short story, mystery writer Gail Farrelly shares a fun little St. Patrick's Day spoof with us

We also have a review of Naomi Hirahara's new mystery novel,"Strawberry Yellow" a chance to win a copy of the book & info on her upcoming booksigning in Redondo Beach

Also we have a review of Tina Whittle's latest mystery novel "Blood, Ash, and Bone," a guest post from Tina about her southern setting, & you can enter to win a copy of the book

If you are a dog lover you won't want to miss our review & giveaway of "Life With McDuff: Lessons I Learned From A Therapy Dog"

 Lastly, over on KRL Lite we have a review of Jenny Milchman's mystery novel "Cover of Snow" & a chance to win a copy of the book

Also don't miss our video interview with Amber Benson of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" fame about her new book & future projects

 Happy reading & happy St. Patrick's Day. One more St. Patrick's Day mystery short story coming later in the week


Lorie Ham


Comment by Lorie Ham on March 2, 2013 at 11:58pm

Up today in Kings River Life we have a great giveaway and reviews of 4 Penguin mysteries-"Chance of A Ghost": A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery by E.J. Copperman, "Knot What It Seams" by Elizabeth Craig, "One Hot Murder" by Lorraine Bartlett and "Veiled Revenge": A Crime of Fashion Mystery By Ellen Byerrum

We also have a fun never before published mystery short story by by Peter DiChellis

And lastly we have a review of Matt Witten's mystery novel "Breakfast At Madelines" which was recently released as an e-book, a fun interview with Matt & a chance to win a copy of the e-book


And if you love fantasy, check out our review & giveaway of "Black City" by Christina Henry

 Happy reading,
Lorie Ham


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