Friday, February 21, 2014

Do yourself a favor

If you write crime fiction of any kind, you must subscribe to Crimespree Magazine.

There's no better place to read reviews by real readers, interviews, and opinion pieces by crime writers.  It's absolutely essential.

One of the (many) reasons it's essential reading for crime writers is the reviews of front list books.  You must be reading in your category, and the reviews at Crimespree are a good way to find out which books those are.  They aren't just the best sellers from the big names.  The coverage is wide and deep.

An annual subscription is $38. Bi-annual is $72.

Don't tell me you can't afford to subscribe.  You can't afford NOT to.


Amanda Capper said...


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The Writer Librarian said...

There are a few libraries in Illinois that have it, though I'm not sure how far back (or if they still subscribe). But sometimes you can put in an Interlibrary Loan request through your local library for free access to specific articles that may not be freely available online.

Michael Seese said...

Subj: Can I borrow $38?

William Plante said...

One of my failings in life - not following good advice. Check is in the mail. Thanks again.