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I love to hear from readers! 

Please email me at: nancy@nancyjcohen.com

26 Responses to “Contact Nancy”

  1. Barbara Geisslinger said

    I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your bad hair day series. I am getting ready to start “Died Blonde” and can’t wait to see what new adventure Marla will get herself into. I especially enjoy the stories because I lived in South Florida for 27 years and enjoy reading about places I am familiar with. I lived in Cooper City, Pompano Beach, and Margate. I had additional family members who lived in Boca Raton. I now live in Richmond, VA with my family, but so enjoy reading Thanks for taking the time to read this e-mail and look forward to your future work.

  2. Becky said

    I was just wondering when you will adding more books to the bad hair day series.. I just love your books!!!

  3. Hi, nancy, I didn’t see any links to the two conferences you mentioned in your Sisters In Crime email today.

    Joann Breslin

  4. M. E. KEMP said

    Hi Nancy – I like your blog design. It’s clear and accessible – you’d be surprised how many blogs I can’t seem to get on my old computer! I write historical mysteries with two nosy Puritans as detectives. Hetty is a mid-20′s wealthy widow and Creasy is a young minister able to ferret out the secrets of the guilty soul. (But he’s clueless where women are concerned.) I’d like to write a post for you on the various causes of the Salem Witch Trials. My last book, DEATH OF A BAWDY BELLE, delt with the trials. I have a new book coming out in the Fall; DEATH OF A DANCING MASTER, so I don’t mind when I am scheduled. (My books always have an element of true history in them.) Thanks for considering me. Marilyn aka: M. E. Kemp

  5. Linda Hopkins said

    Hi,
    I’m sorry I forgot to leave my address! I can’t wait to get Perish By Pedicure and Dead Roots-they look great! I love finding new authors! I get so lost in the bookstore (which sounds ridiculous) but it’s as bad as being in Blockbuster to rent a video. Everything sounds good until you get it home. But I can tell just by the covers these books are going to be good!
    My address is:
    Linda Hopkins
    409 Suffield Street,
    Agawam, MA 01001

    Thank you for your time!!

  6. joanne said

    Thank you Nancy for your books” Bad hair day mystery” I love them alot!!!! Being a manicurist I first read “Murder by Manicure”now I am hooked to read the rest-just finished “Hair Raiser” Would you send me the order of the books?Thank you, Joanne Evans

  7. Mattheus said

    Hi Nancy – I like your blog design. It’s clear and accessible – you’d be surprised how many blogs I can’t seem to get on my old computer! I write historical mysteries with two nosy Puritans as detectives. Hetty is a mid-20′s wealthy widow and Creasy is a young minister able to ferret out the secrets of the guilty soul. (But he’s clueless where women are concerned.) I’d like to write a post for you on the various causes of the Salem Witch Trials. My last book, DEATH OF A BAWDY BELLE, delt with the trials. I have a new book coming out in the Fall; DEATH OF A DANCING MASTER, so I don’t mind when I am scheduled. (My books always have an element of true history in them.) Thanks for considering me. Marilyn aka: M. E. Kemp
    +1

  8. Olivia said

    Hi Nancy,
    I absolutely love Bad Hair day mysteries! I am totally hooked! And after I read the last one i was dying to read more! Is there any chance you will be writing a #10 Bad Hair day Mystery?

    Thanks for writing AMAZING books!

    Sincerely,
    Olivia Olson

  9. joan cochran said

    THanks for the pitch tips saturday and in the write up above. That was very generous of you.

  10. Thanks for all your comments. I’ve tried to answer individually and hope I haven’t forgotten anyone along the way. Joan, it was great seeing you at the meeting, and I’m glad you find my tips to be helpful. To those of you who’ve asked, the tenth Bad Hair Day mystery, Shear Murder, will be a hardcover release from Five Star in January 2012.

  11. Please let me know if you would be willing to be a guest blogger on my blog? Thanks.

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    Hi there I am wondering if I may use this article in one of my blogs if I link back to you? Thanks

  13. website said

    You should really moderate the responses on this page

  14. wordwan said

    You were a guest blogger on “KIll Zone” and I attempted to reply–I have a blogger account–but couldn’t get it to work. So instead, I’ll reply here to your Kill Zone blog, the link shown below:

    http://killzoneauthors.blogspot.ca/2013/04/multiple-book-releases.html:

    Hi, I am Heather. I am new here on Kill Zone. I should HAVE your problems. *grin* I haven’t published anything yet. I’m sussing out issues though.

    As I recently read, YOU are a brand. So don’t worry about your book titles so much as your brand. I’d do both at once. Especially if you already HAVE fans. They’re gonna care that they have to buy TWO of your great works instead of one? Sounds like a bonus to me.

    I’d find a way, presently, to communicate this to your regular readers. (Like any good manager, give out information as soon as you have it! Allow people to ‘buy-in’ to problems or change; don’t foist it on them.) So they’ll know, in the new age of digital publishing, they have a whole new lineup of SNAFUs to deal with. *grin* That’s all this is. And it’s to YOUR advantage, so far, from the sounds of it.

    Every chance you get to involve your readers in your process is a good way to create lasting relationships.

    Go for it!

    Success to you.

    Heather
    wordwan

    P. S. Something else I’ve noticed in my ‘hyperaware’ state of learning the ropes on all this: Amazon and other publishers appear to be offering ‘bundles’ of books; maybe you can get something set up like that. Have fun!

    • I do have my Spring issue newsletter set to go out on Friday, and it mentions both releases. So I am promoting both at once there. I’m also alternating tweets, some with the romance and some with the mystery. But the main push is with the romance release since April 26 is the “official” release date. Thanks for your feedback, by the way. And thanks for visiting The Kill Zone.

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