Monthly Archives: May 2012

Celebrating

I know it is not done. Writers do not share their sales figures – unless they are in the Amanda Hocking league. But today I´ll just forget about what other writers do because I know you will all be so … Continue reading

Posted in publication, The Cosy Knave | 30 Comments

Anna Märklin, chapter 1

No, I am not going to give you the full novel for free. The sneaky plan is to offer you a couple of chapters – to make sure this will be the Scandinavian mystery you must have in the autumn … Continue reading

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Free Cathryn Grant novella

I just noticed that “Fatal Cut”,  a psychological suspense novella written by Cathryn Grant is free on Amazon.com today. Why not take the opportunity to try something new? Cathryn Grant is a blog friend of mine, and one of the … Continue reading

Posted in American, Cathryn Grant | 4 Comments

Katten og kællingen

Smagsprøve på min næste danske novelle – Han skal bare ikke tro, han sådan kan smide mig ud herfra! Ikke efter fyrre år! Den gamle kone var så gal, at hun spyttede ordene ud, og jeg trak mig uvilkårligt et … Continue reading

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Writing news

Two important steps: First, both “The Cosy Knave” and “The Charity Shop” do amazingly well in the USA. My knave has been on the Kindle top 10,000 a couple of times lately, and I don´t think that is so bad … Continue reading

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Not about crime but here I am…

Now I don´t want to involve you in Danish politics, just inform you that for the first time in several years I have chosen to be politically active for some time because the government threatens with cuts which will hit … Continue reading

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The Gage Project (in aid of children with cancer)

Some time ago I was asked to join a group of writers, editors and illustrators in “The Gage Project”. It all began because one fourteen-year-old boy suffered from cancer and had to have surgery. Before long, more than forty writers … Continue reading

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