Blog profile: Miss Chapter’s Reviews @georginatranter #KillerFest15

Your name   Georgina Tranter

Your blog’s name  Miss Chapter’s Reviews

Blog’s URL http://misschaptersreviews.blogspot.co.uk

Which types of books do you review?  Fiction, non-fiction, children’s books

What do you like about crime fiction?  Grippy, page turning books that you can’t put down and especially when you think you know whodunnit and then don’t!

For anyone starting out, can you recommend 5 essential crime books to read?

Do you have 1 or 2 personal favourites?  Anything by Agatha Christie!

New crime fiction author you are most excited by?  I’m currently reading Wolf Winter by Cecilia Ekback which is very good.

Greatest fictional criminal? Gosh, I can’t think of just one!

Greatest fictional detective?  Miss Marple – who else!

Are you on social media? Please provide details. Twitter @georginatranter and on Facebook as Miss Chapter’s Reviews

How can authors and publishers encourage you to review their books? Send them, with good press releases, a great cover helps too!  Mention them on twitter with lots of teasers so I want to read it.

How do you like people to contact you? Email or twitter are best.

 

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