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Free Autographed Book by L.C. Wright

Hey everyone,

If you like reading. If you like mysteries. This would be a great gift to give to one of your reader friends. If you would like a chance to receive a free copy of my novel, Castle Grey, A Katt and Mouse Mystery, just click on the link at the bottom and sign up for you chance to win a copy, signed by me, L.C. Wright. Not only do you get a chance to win a signed copy of my book, you will automatically register for my newsletters. So everybody wins. The rules are simple. Sign up to my newsletter between now and December 31st and I will chose (at random) three people from those who have entered and send you a copy. Once your name has been selected, I will notify you by private e-mail. That’s all there is to it. I do not sell my list and your information will remain private. Join the fun.

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I look forward to talking with you soon.

L.C. Wright

Warriors Rant

It’s not often that I bother to take the time to stand on a soapbox in order to share my views on current events. However, today I make an exception.

I’m a Golden State Warriors fan and have been for close to twenty years. I’ve seen their really bad years. I’ve witnessed their “We believe” years. And I’ve elated their championship year. Now this year I’ve immersed myself in what should be considered one of the greatest shows of basketball supremacy in the history of the NBA. Records are falling almost on a daily basis and a sane person can’t help but be amazed. I think I’m in the majority.

On the other hand, there are the haters. They are the ones who for some reason can’t understand the magnitude of what they are seeing. They are the ones who need to justify something that is explainable. They are the ones who choose to find the negative even if they have to make something up in order to distract from the good that is happening. Let’s take the Warriors / Thunder game that happened recently. During the course of the game, records were either broke or tied on multiple fronts. There was a magnificent comeback, clutch free-throws, overtime and a shot from near half-court that won the game. It was fun and it was great entertainment. And even though the Thunder fans were disappointed by the outcome, I believe, the majority of them had to understand the magnitude of what happened that night.

However, the focus seems to be elsewhere. Before the game, ex or retired players of historic fame claimed that these Warriors were impostors. Oscar Robinson said that Steph Curry was nobody special and the current NBA teams didn’t know how to play defense. And though I could continue with what the naysayers were spouting, I’m sure that most of you have heard it already.

Then, and this is the one I really want to rant about, ABC’a Lisa Salters reported that during halftime, one of the Warriors player was using profanity in the locker room and saying them in a loud voice. OMG, can you believe it? A professional ball player said some bad words behind closed doors and she is was somehow offended? Where did she come from? How in the world can she believe that this is something new? Is she really naive enough to think that this doesn’t happen in EVERY locker room in the world during halftime with the trailing teams? Does she not understand that players, professional and amateur alike, are out there fighting for their lives? Has she never competed?

Also, this phenomenon is not limited to just the players. Can you believe it? Coaches have even used profanity when a competition ensues. But wait…there’s more. Did you know that coaches and players in women’s sports also use profanity when they are angry or frustrated about how something they care about is going awry? That’s right. Women, of the fairer sex, curse when things are going bad. And though I have no concrete proof, I can assure you that someone in Ms. Salters’ life has heard her use the occasional profane word. Was it news worthy? Probably not. I would imagine that nobody cared or maybe the people she said them to didn’t think it would be responsible reporting to tell the world or maybe maybe she simply needed a story big enough to get the haters’ attention so that she would look big in their eyes and it would give the haters something to focus on while they continued to lose when playing the Warriors. In my opinion, it was a blatant attempt to distract from the good that is the Golden State Warriors and nothing else. It certainly wasn’t important enough to report.

Any way you look at it, haters hate. I just hope that when it’s all said and done, people that care about what truly matters can see through what the haters spew and see that the Warriors are miles ahead of the competition.

L.C. Wright is an author of mystery/suspense novels and a fan of the Golden State Warriors.

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Through the Eyes of Death

Connections – The Devil’s Door

Castle Grey – A Katt and Mouse Mystery

Long Shot – A Katt and Mouse Mystery

Book Giveaway: Castle Grey – A Katt and Mouse Mystery

It’s time you got to know me and the mysteries I write. It’s difficult to grab a novel and pay your hard earned dollars to an author you’ve never before read. I can’t blame you. I have the same problem. So here’s the deal. As a present to myself for my birthday, I will give, to whoever desires, a free copy of my novel; Castle Grey – A Katt and Mouse Mystery by simply clicking here and then downloading your free copy onto your Kindle. That’s right! It’s Free! I know for a fact that if you do this that you will enjoy this great mystery/suspense novel. My hope is that you will do me a favor once you’ve read it; give it a review and/or tell someone about it. I can’t make you do that…but it’s my birthday. So here’s to you and me and getting older with a great story.

The offer is for March 28th and 29th.

Click here for your FREE copy!

 If you live in the UK, click here.

Book Signing

For those of you looking for something to do on a beautiful Saturday, come visit me for a book signing in the Village Square in rustic, downtown Carmel Valley, CA on March 22, 2014. I will be promoting my latest novel, Connections – The Devil’s Door, with a small number of my other books available as well. The hours to get a signed copy will be between noon and 3:00 p.m.

There will be a limited number of copies available so come early.

Thanks

p.s. If you can’t make it and want an autographed copy of Connections – The Devil’s Door or any of my other books, send me a message below with information on how to contact you.

Book Giveaway on Goodreads

With every new book I bring out, it’s my pleasure to offer a couple of them for free to the lucky person who wins the raffle. These books will be autographed and sent to the winners to their address of record. The featured book this time is titled, Long Shot – A Katt and Mouse Mystery. It is the second book of the series and once again brings together FBI Agent Katherine Katt and Detective Mickey (Mouse) James.

In this thriller, Katt and Mouse are brought in to solve a series of murders at the hands of a sniper that, one by one, eliminates politicians and judges. They are clueless as to who it is or why it’s happening and are forced to seek the help of someone that could very well be the killer.

Please enter the contest  to get a free, signed  copy of Long Shot at Goodreads. If you are not a member of Goodreads, now would be a great time to join. If you are a member, just look to the right side of this page and click “Enter to Win.”

To purchase your copy of the first Katt and Mouse Mystery, Castle Grey, click here for Kindle or click here for the book.

Long Shot – A Katt and Mouse Mystery can be purchased through Kindle here or as a real book here.

Book Signing

This is a notification to let everyone know that I have a book signing scheduled for this weekend, December 7th from Noon until 3:00 p.m. I will be introducing my latest novel, Long Shot – A Katt and Mouse Mystery (the second book in my Katt and Mouse Mystery series) and making copies available for signing. The event will be held at the M.P.A.F. Art Gallery at 425 Cannery Row, Monterey, CA. For more information or to get questions answered, just sent me a message here and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

L.C. Wright

Book Giveaway

Between now and October 7th, I am giving you the opportunity to sign-up for a free, autographed copy of Castle Grey – A Katt and Mouse Mystery. I will be giving away three copies from the people that go to the bottom of this page and sign in. This mystery suspense novel is the first of my Katt and Mouse Mystery series and is followed by the newly released Long Shot.

Click here and to read the first couple of chapters or here if you want to read the description and check out what others have to say about Castle Grey. Tell your friends about this fantastic giveaway and encourage them to sign up as well.

Only one try per e-mail address.

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L.C. Wright

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