The fifth annual New Talent November event here on Crime Fiction Lover has been a big success. We’d like to wrap things up with a big thank-you to our sponsors, Orenda Books and Bloodhound Books. Please take a moment to check out the articles we posted about each of them.
Here’s a spotlight on the company that looks at its ethos.
And if you click here you’ll find 10 top reads by this indie publisher.
The company is focused on finding new authors with stories to tell, and you can find our more here.
Click here to discover 10 fine books from Bloodhound.
Also during New Talent November 2016, we reviewed an array of debuts and self-publishedn novels including thrillers, historical crime books, cosies and more. Here’s a full guide to the month gone by. We hope you loved it as much as we did.
New blood from North America – six up and coming writers
Warren Adler talked about why he went indie in this frank article
Read the review of A Quiet Life in the Country by TE Kinsey
Debut author Steph Broadribb interviewed
Ten self-published crime novels for you to taste
Here’s a review of Anne Penketh’s second novel, Murder on the Marsh
Bloodhound author Rob Sinclair’s new thriller Dark Fragments reviewed
RoughJustice reviews Shawn Patrick Bagley’s debut Bitter Water Blues
A Man With One of Those Faces by Caimh McDonnell – another debut reviewed
The Borrowed by Chan Ho-Kei – very different and a great introduction to Chinese crime fiction
A guide to finding new crime authors
Another outstanding debut – Cambodia Noir by Nick Seeley
Ten MORE self-published crime novels for you to try
Brilliant interview with new crime author Liz Mistry
Step back in time with The Bogeyman Chronicles
Five women to watch in 2017
Dead Lemons by Finn Bell, a great self-published crime novel
Andrez Bergen’s Bullet Gal the novel reviewed
The five best debuts of 2016
And, if you want to check out what we did during New Talent November last year, click here.