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It’s Release Day!

Originally posted on Jill Weatherholt:
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A Perfect 10 with John Howell

Originally posted on Don Massenzio's Blog:
Today we sit down with John Howell, author of the John J. Cannon series and wonderful blogger. John gives us some great insight into his writing as a craft and as a business. Please enjoy this edition of A Perfect 10 If you want to check out past…

Indie Interview: John Howell

Originally posted on Read A Lot:
Today’s Indie Interview is with John Howell, whose John J. Cannon trilogy has nothing but positive reviews from its readers. He stopped by to talk about the books, and what inspired him to write them. https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/5150NZWCsoL._UX250_.jpg Hi, John. Welcome to Read A Lot. Q: Had you always planned on becoming a…

Review: My GRL by John W. Howell

Originally posted on Rambles, writing and amusing musings:
My GRL by John W. Howell ? About the book John J. Cannon successful San Francisco lawyer takes a leave of absence from the firm and buys a boat he names My GRL. He is unaware that his newly-purchased boat had already been targeted by a terrorist…

PAY-IT-FORWARD DAY #RRBC

Originally posted on Writing and Music:
Today is a day set aside to stop all self-promotion and give the spotlight to another author. I choose to support Author, John Howell. He is the author of the John Cannon thriller trilogy, My GRL, His Revenge and Our Justice.          John Cannon is an attorney…

Spontaneous Cover Reveal: Chasing Bedlam

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
This just in.  Kind of speaks for itself.  Though it won’t have the blue and desktop parts.  I’m just on the verge of passing out, so wanted to share. Cover art by Jon Hunsinger

My Advice for New Writers by John W. Howell

Originally posted on Mystery Thriller Week:
? I was at a book signing the other day, and a person asked me a question that caused me to have to think a little before blurting out an answer. The question was, “What should every new writer know?” My answer at the time seemed to satisfy the…