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Fedoras, Tornadoes, and Facebook

Small Crimes: Thursday Reads

Fedoras, Tornadoes, and Facebook | We Need to Do Something by Max Booth III

“Fedoras, Tornadoes, and Facebook” features Harry Hunsicker, Nick Quantrill, K.B. Jensen, Jennifer Hillier, Eric Beetner, Max Booth III, and more.

Article: “How to Throw a Virtual Book Launch Using Facebook Live” by K.B. Jensen (Jane Friedman)

Book Review: “Sordid: Five Crime Stories” by Harry Hunsicker (Kevin’s Corner)

Book Review: “Broken Dreams” by Nick Quantrill (Fahrenheit Press) (Ian Ayris)

Audio Review: “Killer’s Fedora” by Lawrence Block (Col’s Criminal Library)

Podcast: Jennifer Hillier joins Eric Beetner for the latest episode (Writer Types)

Photographs: Big Lonely City #100 (Fragments of Noir)

Book: “We Need To Do Something” by Max Booth III (Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing)

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Mambo, OCD, and Tattoos

Small Crimes: Friday Reads

A Bouquet of Bullets by Eric Beetner | Small Crimes: Mambo, OCD, and Tattoos.

“Small Crimes: Mambo, OCD, and Tattoos” includes The Digital Reader, Stephen J. Golds, Wendy Heard, R.G. Belsky, Seamus Dignan, Eric Beetner, and more.

Essay: “The #MurderBot Series is Everything Wrong With TradPub” by Nate Hoffelder (The Digital Reader)

Essay: “Leaving Home For Work with OCD” by Stephen J. Golds (Punk Noir)

Interview: Wendy Heard talked to Gabino Iglesias about her books and tattoos. (EconoClash Review)

Book Review: “The Last Scoop” by R.G. Belsky (Oceanview Publishing) (Men Reading Books)

Book Review: “Inside Cut” by Tom Fowler (Self-Published) (Sons of Spade)

Short Story: “The Butcher’s Wife” by Seamus Dignan (Close to the Bone)

Music: “How Mambo Came to Miami” by Kara Kundert (No Depression)

Free Book: “A Bouquet of Bullets” by Eric Beetner (Amazon)1

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1 The original publisher is no more and Eric is giving away this collection of short stories for free until this Saturday.