Excerpt from The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf

mark instaI am up over 50,000 words on my CampNano book. Still managed to get my words in over the Cyber Convention. I hope a few of you dropped by and enjoyed the fun at the convention.

I still have a few free Kindle copies of Tattooed Teardrops to give away. All you have to do is sign up for my mailing list!

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme. Read the rules at Books and a Beat. Anyone can play along!

I have just started a new mystery, The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf, by Nick Bryan. It is the first of three books in the Hobson and Choi series. As you can guess from the title, it is contemporary. Choi is a sixteen-year-old intern to a detective who doesn’t normally get murder cases. They come from rather different worlds, giving the potential for lots of fun.

“I may have said something else too… If we get up to 400 followers, you have to fight a wolf.”

The email indicator leapt up again. Only forty-five to go.

Nick Bryan, The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf

twitter wolf

“If we get 400 followers, John Hobson will solve that nasty wolf-murder case for free! Fight the thing himself if he has to! #HobsonVsWolf!”

Angelina Choi was only trying to drum up some Twitter followers and make a good impression on her first day interning at John Hobson’s one-man detective agency.

But the campaign went viral and now they have a murder to solve, no money coming in, and an unwilling Hobson faced with battling some enormous beast.

With both follower and body counts rising, can they crack the case without offending everyone or being eaten by a huge dog?

Tell me what you think!

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