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  1. N/A says:

    Hello, I thought you’d like to know that you mispelled the word “caf” on your website. I’ve had similar mistakes on my site that keep cropping up so I now use a site like to keep them off. -Scott

  2. LatestGamers says:

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  3. Susan Ide says:


    I checked all of my emails, and there was nothing from Amazon about receiving Once Upon a Crime. I also checked my amazon account with your order #, and there was also nothing. Please resend. this is the second gift notice that I have not gotten, but my email address is correct. Thank you, look forward to reading your book.

  4. Hi!
    Saw a post by Cassie Page and wondered if you have room for another author poster?

  5. How do I introduce my new book to your readers?

  6. Hello Evelyn, I’m a friend of Ritter Ames, shared publishers for a short time. I have a series with 6 books at the moment and getting ready to relaunch my other series. I like the way you describe your novels, I laso write mystery with some romance and and a bit of humor. If you ever have an opening, I would be delighted to be on your blog. Wishing you a safe and enjoyable Memorial day

  7. Hi, Evelyn, I enjoyed your interview with Ritter. We are in a Cozy Facebook group together. She said you might be interested in other authors to review. I’d like to introduce you to my Darling Valley Cozy Mystery Series, which I publish under Cassie Page. I will be launching the fourth book this summer and there is also a spinoff featuring my main character’s BFF, The Corpse in the Teacup. I think both series would appeal to your readers.

    Keep up the good work helping writers find readers. Helen Page

  8. Ritter Ames says:

    Hi Evelyn,
    Sunny Frazier posted on the Posse page that you’re looking for authors with books to blog at your site, and I thought I’d introduce myself. I have two Feb 2016 releases with Henery Press (Counterfeit Conspiracies and Marked Masters) and will have a third out October 11th of this year (Abstract Aliases). These books are all part of my Bodies of Art Mysteries and feature an art recovery expert who operates in Europe. It’s light suspense–more caper than thriller–with great settings, snappy dialogue, a little romance (moving slowly through each one), and a dash of humor. I’m open to any interview or guest posting options. Hope to hear from you. Have a wonderful weekend!

  9. Sally Carpenter says:

    Hi Evelyn, I saw your kind offer asking for guest authors. My new humorous cozy, “The Quirky Quiz Show Caper,” was released just a few weeks ago. It’s the fourth in the Sandy Fairfax Teen Idol series (not YA). Sandy clears his brother from a murder frame while he guests on a TV game show, dates his new girlfriend, and helps save his father’s orchestra from bankruptcy. Please let me know when you have a spot available at

  10. Hi Evelyn,
    I saw your notice about looking for guests for your blog on the Posse site, FB. My most recent book, Something So Divine, came out last August. Next one won’t be out until September.
    Something So Divine is about a feeble-minded youth accused of murder in 1897. His only supporters are a stepsister, a widowed storekeeper and a detective enamored with the storekeeper who puts his reputation and job in jeopardy in an effort to assure the boy of a fair trial.
    If this sounds of interest, let me know what you need from me.
    Thanks, John

  11. Phil Berling says:

    Hi, Marilyn
    I really enjoyed your talk yesterday during our Writers of Kern meeting (I was the guy standing in the back; bad hip). Anyway, I have great respect for people who have actually gone out and gotten their books published in the marketplace and am all eyes and ears as to anything (and everything) you would like to share about your experiences.
    I’ve noted your advice about getting a literary lawyer to look over any contract you might be presented with—and how the e-book rights have changed over the years. Plus, I was a bit surprised that Publishers would be asking authors “What’s your marketing plan?” I thought THEY took care of all that!
    I’d be interested in anything and everything you want to share as per things to do or watch out for.
    Thanks so much, Phil Berling

  12. L. Nahay says:

    Good afternoon, Evelyn! Thank you for the invite from the OLPL writer’s group. I finally had a chance to visit your site, and spotted some to-read books from your blog in the process. I’d love to take you up on your invititation for a spot on my book, ‘Red Moonglow on Snow’. Let me know what you need from me,

    Thank you!

  13. Evelyn, you kindly said some while ago via Linked In that I could let you know when my first book was published and then you might be able to include it on your blog. Well, it’s out now. “Tread Carefully on the Sea” is an adventure/romance/pirate yarn set in the 18th Century and it’s a prequel to the great classic “Treasure Island”. If you can host me, please let me know how to proceed.

  14. On the search engine for my Grandmother Evelyn McGraw I found the following information and would like it removed:

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