Monday, April 04, 2011

Featured Today At Relz Reviewz

I'm appearing in the "land down under" today, visiting Rel Mollett at her blog, Relz Reviewz. Rel is a wife, mother, lawyer, and book reviewer, and has become a cyber-friend even though she hangs her hat half a world away. I'm honored at the opportunity to share with my friends in Australia and around the world through her blog. (Because Rel is blogging many time zones away, her post may not go up until later today here in the US).
NOTE: My mistake. My interview will post on Rel's sit, Relz Reviewz,  later this week. Stay tuned and I'll put up the link when it's available. The error was mine, not Rel's, so blame me. (Go ahead. Everyone else does).

Also, my guest post on Chuck Sambuchino's blog (Guide To Literary Agents) didn't go up Friday, as I thought, but rather on yesterday. Hope you'll check out what I suggested writers do after you get an agent.
NOTE: That one did post, and if you leave a comment (go to the bottom right of the interview) you might win a signed copy of Diagnosis Death

4 comments:

A.P. said...

I just read your guest post over at Guide To Literary Agents, and found it very informative, and easy to read. I read many, others are hard to get through. I have to say, I wasn't ready to quit reading your's. I can see why you are or were a teacher. Thanks for all the great tips. I'm not much for ordering online, but I will definitely check out your books

Rel said...

The internet is a wonderful thing, isn't it?

I loved having you visit!

Richard Mabry said...

A.P.--Thanks. I don't often get such compliments on a blog post, and I really appreciate it. Chuck was very kind to let me interact with his audience, and I'm glad you enjoyed what I had to say.

Rel--You're kind to review my books, and I appreciate what you have to say about my writing. Thanks for getting the word out half-way across the world from where I hang my hat.

A.P. said...

I just read your guest post over at Guide To Literary Agents, and found it very informative, and easy to read. I read many, others are hard to get through. I have to say, I wasn't ready to quit reading your's. I can see why you are or were a teacher. Thanks for all the great tips. I'm not much for ordering online, but I will definitely check out your books