Author Archives: carol anita sheldon

MOTHER LODE LAUNCH WEEK

I’m just over half way through my launch week to make Mother Lode a best seller on Amazon. I’ve already achieved that status, but would like to get to #1 Best Seller. Check out my tweets on Twitter, and see … Continue reading

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LAUNCH OF MOTHER LODE ON TWITTER!

My launch on Twitter,  for MOTHER LODE,which my publicist is handling will begin this Wednesday, April 26th. It will run for six days, with a lot of neat images/texts to see. I’m excited about this, and I hope you will … Continue reading

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Remember ‘Mother Lode’?

I’ve never done much with publicity, and most of my sales have occurred when I do readings, at book stores, etc. And I’ve been a penny-pincher when it comes to spending money on publicity, but recently I’ve hired someone to … Continue reading

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JUST FINISHED MY NEW BOOK!

After much ado,  I have completed my new novel, A SLEUTH IN SAN RAFAEL. I use the word ‘completed’ loosely; it still needs editing. Five beta readers are tackling it now. I finally discovered a text to screen program that … Continue reading

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NOT TOO SOON

Hi everyone, I’m almost finished with the first draft of my fourth novel–another mystery. So I don’t think it’s too soon to start telling you about it. If you read A SLEUTH IN SAUSALITO, you know Gwen Harris, the reluctant … Continue reading

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Take the Show on the Road!

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A FAMOUS CHARACTER IN MY BOOK

SALLY STANFORD is a supporting character in “A Sleuth in Sausalito”. Sally in 1947 —’When you’re married, it’s a duty’ Sally in 1980— Public honors came in her later years  Many people know her as her as the famous madam of … Continue reading

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