Murder Lab expansion: a *growing* workshop for the suspense/thriller genre

You may have noticed the recent additions to the Murder Lab site.  Having come to the conclusion that there are relatively few consolidated networks out there in cyberspace for thriller fans, I decided to make this the first.  So I'd like to take this opportunity to draw attention to the additional features that have been added. 

Along the top bar of the site are several new sections.  Please feel free to browse around, but to help direct you, here are their functions:

New members start here: This is not only an introduction to the blog, but more importantly, an opportunity for you to introduce yourself to the blog and its members.  The best place for our members to see you and your work is here.  Just leave a comment in the comments box with who you are, what you do, and how we can find you.  This will also help me find you, to invite you for interviews, guest posts, etc.

Find a reader: This is a collection of readers and reviewers.  Many of them are not specifically embedded in the thriller genre, but they do include thrillers in their portfolios.  If you're looking for feedback on your work, click here.

Find a writer: This is where I mention writers who may or may not have published work.  If you're looking for a new thriller to read, maybe you can strike up a friendship with someone looking for a reader.  I put these two links adjacent to each other in hopes that the laws of simple diffusion will help readers and writers to meet, but we might still need your help.

Find a book: This is where specific books that are or will soon be published belong.  If you are an interactive author on this site, your back cover copy and cover art have a home here.

Introduce your favorites: This is a spot where I encourage members to tell me about any thriller-related sites they may know about.  Please leave your links in the comment box.

New links coming soon include, "Find an artist" and "Find an editor," along with the pioneer interviewees who will be the first members of these subsections.

If you are interested in having your work showcased, conducting an interview, writing a guest post, or otherwise interacting, please feel free to let me know and I'll get you some face time!

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