All these years, and now… Tuesday

So it’s Saturday and I have my coffee and a few minutes and I’m a fluttery mess. I’ve had twelve years (with a three year hiatus tucked in there for other bits of life that pulled me away, both literally and figuratively) to write and learn and fail and learn and write a little more, fail a little more, learn and write and… holy hell, it came together. The tumblers fell (some being wrestled and hammered; it was ungainly, trust me) into their places and the lock was un-ed.

All these years. And now… Tuesday.

I’m under the impression that I might be quite busy over the next few weeks with the launch business of Three Graves Full. Maybe it won’t be that hectic. I don’t know. I’ve never done this before. But just in case, I wanted to have a place to add links to online milestones for anyone who might wander by and be interested.

And for any who fit that description, thank you and all the best to you.

And special thanks to everyone who hosted an interview, giveaway, or took their time to post a review. Thank you, thank you.


Firstly, and thrillingly, Three Graves Full gets a terrific little write-up in Marilyn Stasio’s Crime Books column in The New York Times. Eeeeep!

I thoroughly enjoyed writing a piece for the brilliants, John Scalzi, and his regular feature The Big Idea.

Who knew 10 Questions could be so much fun? Chuck Wendig at did the asking. I did the giggling and answering.

A soundtrack for Three Graves Full? Sure. I’ll give it a whirl. Largehearted Boy asked and here are the songs that came to mind when I gave it a good strong think.



Author: jamiemason

Wrote THE HIDDEN THINGS, MONDAY'S LIE, and also THREE GRAVES FULL (Simon & Schuster's Gallery Books.) Might write something else if I'm not careful.

2 thoughts on “All these years, and now… Tuesday”

  1. I just finished Three Graves Full. Very impressive. I really liked it. I will be posting a positive review on my blog, “Bill’s Book Reviews”. I will also post on Amazon & GoodReads. Keep up the good work and enjoy the praise that I’m sure you will receive, but just let any unkind things roll off your back, because you wrote a great first novel.

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