Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Tomorrow's Guest: Beate Boeker
Tomorrow, fellow mystery author Beate Boeker will guest on my blog. She answers my interview questions, and I'm sure you'll be intrigued by what she has to say. Also, Beate will run a contest for an electronic copy of Delayed Death, the first book in her Temptation in Florence series. She will choose the winner from among those who leave a comment.
Beate Boeker has been a traditionally published author since 2008 and now offers many full-length novels and short stories online. Several were shortlisted for the Golden Quill Contest, the National Readers' Choice Award, and the 'Best Indie Books of 2012' contest. She is a marketing manager by day with a degree in International Business Administration, and her daily experience in marketing continuously provides her with a wide range of fodder for her novels, be it hilarious or cynical. While 'Boeker' means 'books' in a German dialect, her first name Beate can be translated as ‘Happy’ . . . and with a name that reads ‘Happy Books’, what else could she do but write novels with a happy end?