What's on in August for Crime Writer Pauline Rowson

August is usually a quieter month in terms of giving talks but it is still a busy month for writing. Here is what's lined up for this August.


Red hot prices for red hot crime fiction- in a red hot summer?  


We shall see about the latter but August sees the promotion on Kindle in the UK and the USA of many of my crime novels. So if you haven't tried them before and fancy a summer reading of crime you can get them at the fantastic price of 99p on amazon uk and at $1.54 amazon.com.

They are all on offer with the exception of the three latest DI Horton novels, Footsteps on the Shore, A Killing Coast ( which is released as an e book in January 2013) and Death Lies Beneath, which has only just been published in hardcover.

Deadly Waters-DI Andy Horton-Pauline RowsonThose on the special promotion in the DI Andy Horton series include Tide of Death, Deadly Waters, The Suffocating Sea, Dead Man's Wharf and Blood on the Sand. And the thrillers, In Cold Daylight and In For The Kill.

Putting the finishing touches to DI Horton number nine in the series


In August I will be putting the finishing touches to the next DI Horton marine mystery crime novel, number nine in the series, coming up with a title for it and sending it off to my publisher, Severn House.

Crime Writers' Association and CSI Portsmouth


I've also got two meetings scheduled. One for the Crime Writers' Association in London, on which I serve as a Committee Member and the other for the forthcoming CSI Portsmouth event on 3 November 2012 at the John Pounds Centre, Portsmouth as part of Portsmouth Bookfest. I help to organise CSI Portsmouth and I will also be appearing at the event with my fellow crime writers, Ann Cleeves, Stephen Booth, Matt Hilton and Roger Ellory.

Planning a new crime novel

 

I'll also start planning a new crime novel, and beginning to work on ideas, characters and plots. Will it be another DI Horton?  I'm not sure yet, maybe and maybe it will be a thriller featuring a brand new character. I'll keep you posted.

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