Friday, March 25, 2011

Have You Heard...?

About the Flip Dictionary?

The product description at amazon.com says in part: " Best-selling author Barbara Ann Kipfer has created a huge reference that offers cues and clue words to lead writers to the exact phrase or specific term they need. It goes beyond the standard reverse dictionary format to offer dozens of charts and tables, listing groups by subject (such as automobiles, clothing types, plants, tools, etc.)"

I just bought a copy and I love it.


About the A to Z April Blog Challenge 2011?

The challenge was up to 614 participants as of yesterday afternoon. You're running out of time as the challenge begins on April 1st. It's a lot of fun and a great way to make a bunch of new blogger friends. You can sign up at Arlee Bird's tossing it out blog.


About the Chiseled in Rock Blog?

Chiseled in Rock focuses on writing-related topics and features new releases from the authors who belong to Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. CIR attacks controversial topics such as: Stupid Writing Rules and Writers Over the Edge: Granny Smith, Mystery Writer.


About The Prairie Grass Murders, now on Kindle and Nook?

I haven't done a lot of promotion for this e-book yet. I'm hoping to get The Desert Hedge Murders out there in the next few months and then give them a big joint push. You may add The Prairie Grass Murders to your Kindle or Nook TBR library anytime.


See you Monday. I hope you have an awesome weekend.

12 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Pat - I'm glad to hear you're "going Kindle!" I hope it's quite successful for you. And thanks for the tip about the Flip dictionary. I'm going to have to check that out.

walk2write said...

Thanks for reminding me to give the challenge a little push next time I post. Maybe the number will climb to 1000 in the next few days.

I will check out your Desert Hedge book at BN. I don't have a Kindle or Nook and still haven't decided if I want one. A book in hand is such a pleasure.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Remember last years A to Z? about 100 signed up look at this years.Going to be fun entering and even more fun reading some of the entries,

Have a lovely week-end.
Yvonne,

Karen Walker said...

The flip dictionary sounds awesome. Thanks for the tip. Have a good one, Patricia.
Karen

Ella said...

Thanks for all the great tips! Happy for you!
The flip dictionary sounds amazing...
Happy Friday!

Simon Hay Soul Healer said...

Thanks for the link to the flip dictionary. Good luck with the kindle and nook news. Be well, my friend :)

Clarissa Draper said...

I'm going to check out the flip dictionary. What a cool idea. I also like the thesaurus that The Bookshelf Muse is making.

Carol Kilgore said...

Another writer I know raves about the Flip Dictionary, too. Maybe I need to invest :)
Happy Weekend!

Holly Ruggiero said...

I added the Flip Dictionary to my wishlist!
It's great to hear your going ebook!

Jemi Fraser said...

That Flip Dictionary sounds very cool!

I LOVED the Prairie Grass Murders - great characters!!!

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

My flip dictionary is falling apart from overuse and now my daughter uses it too. I'm in the A to Z and will check out your other two suggestions.

Medeia Sharif said...

The Flip Dictionary sounds awesome.

I have Prairie Grass Murders on my Kindle.

Have a great week.