Christine Husom


Author of the Winnebago County Mystery Series and the Snow Globe Shop Mystery Series

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Reply Bospedy
3:48 PM on November 22, 2017 
Видеонаблюдение уже давно вошло в жизнь практически каждого человека. уличные видеокамеры стали подключать не только для частного дома,
в офисе и в квартире. Их активно используют для видеонаблюдения в реальном времени в школе,
в магазинах камеры для наблюдения кассы, в бизнес центрах для видеонаблюдения за входными дверями и т.д.
Reply christinehusom
9:17 AM on October 25, 2017 
Hi Tina, It was a wonderful evening, all the way around. What a great group of supportive people. And I very much appreciated you buying all of my books. Wow! I hope to see you again. Thank you kindly, Chris
Reply Tina Vorlicek
11:30 PM on October 24, 2017 
I enjoyed listening to you (and meeting you) at the Hutchinson Public Library. Looking forward to reading your books. Thank you for coming to Hutchinson, Mn.
Reply christinehusom
5:11 PM on October 3, 2017 
Barb Kranz says...
Hello Christine,

I am the director at the Gaylord MN Public Library and in February we have a Winter Speaker Series. I still have the date of Tuesday, February 6th open. I am wondering if you would be willing to come and speak. If you are what do you charge to speak.
I am writing a grant for this with the deadline of September 28th to have it turned in by.
Thank you for your quick response.

Sincerely,
Barb Kranz
Director


Many thanks, Barb!
Reply Barb Kranz
2:37 PM on September 19, 2017 
Hello Christine,

I am the director at the Gaylord MN Public Library and in February we have a Winter Speaker Series. I still have the date of Tuesday, February 6th open. I am wondering if you would be willing to come and speak. If you are what do you charge to speak.
I am writing a grant for this with the deadline of September 28th to have it turned in by.
Thank you for your quick response.

Sincerely,
Barb Kranz
Director
Reply LANELLE CORBIN
11:28 AM on September 15, 2017 
Dear Author:

I?m writing to invite you to enter your book(s) in Shelf Unbound Magazine?s 7th Annual Best Indie/Self-Published Book Competition. Any independently published book in any genre is eligible for entry. Entry fee is $75 per book. The winning entry will be selected by the editors of Shelf Unbound magazine. ENTER IN THE NEXT 10 DAYS AND TAKE $25 OFF THE ENTRY FEE. 

"Independently Published" books include self-published books and e-books (such as those published through CreateSpace, Lulu.com, iUniverse, etc.) and/or books and e-books published through small presses. Books entered in last year's competition are eligible for re-submission in this year's competition. There is no limit to the number of books an individual can enter; each book is a separate entry. The competition is open to authors worldwide; books must be in English. Any length book is eligible. The competition also includes the Pete Delohery Award for Best Sports Book, open to fiction and non-fiction sports-related books, in honor of Pete Delohery, author of the novel Lamb to the Slaughter.

Details can be found here: http://www.shelfmediagroup.com/pages/competition.html

What makes our competition different? We have about 1,000 entries each year and feature more than 100 winners/finalists/notable books in the April/May issue of Shelf Unbound magazine (in addition to awarding cash prizes). Each issue of Shelf Unbound reaches 125,000 readers. 

Entry deadline: December 31, 2017

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Margaret Brown
Publisher, Shelf Unbound

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Reply christinehusom
11:28 AM on July 5, 2017 
Thanks, Lanelle, I will check it out! Best, Chris
Reply Lanelle Corbin
10:15 AM on July 5, 2017 
Dear Author:

I?m writing to invite you to enter your book(s) in Shelf Unbound Magazine?s 7th Annual Best Indie/Self-Published Book Competition. Any independently published book in any genre is eligible for entry. Entry fee is $75 per book. The winning entry will be selected by the editors of Shelf Unbound magazine. ENTER IN THE NEXT 10 DAYS AND TAKE $25 OFF THE ENTRY FEE. 

"Independently Published" books include self-published books and e-books (such as those published through CreateSpace, Lulu.com, iUniverse, etc.) and/or books and e-books published through small presses. Books entered in last year's competition are eligible for re-submission in this year's competition. There is no limit to the number of books an individual can enter; each book is a separate entry. The competition is open to authors worldwide; books must be in English. Any length book is eligible. The competition also includes the Pete Delohery Award for Best Sports Book, open to fiction and non-fiction sports-related books, in honor of Pete Delohery, author of the novel Lamb to the Slaughter.

Details can be found here: http://www.shelfmediagroup.com/pages/competition.html. 

What makes our competition different? We have about 1,000 entries each year and feature more than 100 winners/finalists/notable books in the December/January issue of Shelf Unbound magazine (in addition to awarding cash prizes). Each issue of Shelf Unbound reaches 125,000 readers. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. ? Margaret Brown, publisher, Shelf Unbound, [email protected], 214.704.4182. www.shelfmed
iagroup.com
Reply christinehusom
11:19 AM on June 4, 2017 
Carolyn, Thank you so much for your kind words and support. I guess the best way authors get credit is when readers post reviews, or stars, on places like Goodreads, or Barnes and Noble, or Amazon :) I appreciate you reaching out. Have a great week, Chris
Reply Carolyn Miller
11:48 AM on June 3, 2017 
Loved Snow Way Out, and loved finding a "new" author even more. I enjoy buying books to support authors. I hve often thought there should be a way for authors to get "credit" for books read, whether purchased, loaned from friends, checked out at the library, or picked up at 2nd hand sales, which is where I found this one - the local Assistance League thrift shop. thanks for your stories.