Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Author Chester Campbell

This Thursday, author Chester Campbell stops by Straight From Hel to talk about electronic book rights, what the future is for writers in this area, and how he kept the electronic rights to his books. It ought to be a very informative day.

Chester is the author of two mystery series featuring private investigators. His first series stars retired Air Force investigator, Greg McKenzie. His latest series features Sid Chance and the first book, now available, is called The Surest Poison.

To promote The Surest Poison, Chester has embarked on a blog book tour. If you’re not already following him, check out the tour schedule and hop on his train.

He writes, he blogs, he tours. And he talks with us about maintaining the electronic rights to your books -- right here this Thursday. Come back with questions!
Synopsis of The Surest Poison
By Chester Campbell
Three seemingly unrelated murders crop up during the investigation of a decade-old chemical dump that plagues a rural community west of Nashville. PI Sid Chance, a former National Parks ranger whose career as a small town police chief was cut short by malicious accusations of bribery, pursues the case after being coaxed out of self-imposed exile by Jaz LeMieux, a wealthy ex-cop. Is the man responsible for the pollution dead or alive? Who is having Sid tailed and threatened? When Jaz helps with the investigation, she is awakened by an explosion behind her mansion. Is it related to the abduction of her housekeeper’s grandson, or Sid’s case? As they unravel a hidden conspiracy that used murder to silence witnesses, Sid finds himself confronting the unsavory people responsible for his past troubles.
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  1. Go, Chester, go!

    L. Diane Wolfe

  2. Sounds good-- I will be back!

  3. I'll be here for that. That's an area of major interest (and some concern) to me.

  4. I'm looking forward to Chester's visit, too. Whether you're with a big publisher or a small one, electronic rights, in today's world, are important.

  5. I'm looking forward to Chester's visit and finding out more about electronic rights.

    Jane Kennedy Sutton

  6. I look forward to hearing his wisdom on electronic publishing. I am so fascinated by all these changes in the publishing industry, and it's always interesting to hear each different author's experiences.



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