Danielle Hanna

Hearth & Homicide Fiction

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A Free Read for My Followers – Thank You!

If you’re a frequent visitor, you may have already noticed the book over there in the sidebar with the big, honkin’ “Free” sticker on it. If you’re subscribed to my blog or newsletter, you already OWN it!

Yup, I’m shamelessly advertising today. If you subscribe to my blog or newsletter (or both!) I’ll send you a free short historical suspense story, “The Fugitive.”

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His mother dead already, young Moody Colter makes a desperate attempt to escape his father.

The night train howled like a distant coyote. Moody slipped out the back door and eased it shut. Held his breath. Only one chance—Pa had too many secrets to let him get away. He sneaked through the shadows to the barn, skirting the two motor cars. They sat in the moonlight like broken toys. Doors pock-marked. Glass cracked like spiderwebs. Dried blood.

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About My Blog – I post to the Hearth & Homicide blog once a week on Mondays. I talk about my journey as a fatherless daughter (who is no longer fatherless), explore behind-the-scenes of my crime fiction novels, and occasionally let Molly the Adventure Dog take over with her dog-mounted GoPro camera.

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About My Newsletter – This only goes out when I have a new release, a special offer, or important news. Be the first to know! (Such as when my novel Mailboat comes out!)

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Bailey Johnson landed the coolest summer job ever: mail jumper on the historic Lake Geneva Mailboat. Falling into the lake is pretty much a hazard of the job. Finding a dead body underwater is pretty much not. Turns out the first victim was only the ripple before the storm. Coming 2015. Read an excerpt

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Vote for Your Favorite Title!

The poll is now closed. Thanks to everyone who voted! The winner was #5 – though in a shorter version. 

Also, the book is available for purchase! Just check out the links below.

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Coming in September 2015 to print!

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Book Cover: Journaling to Become a Better WriterExciting news, people! I’m working on the print edition of my book, Journaling to Become a Better Writer. Along with that edition, I’m also going to be getting a new and better cover!

As I was working on these things, it dawned on me that a subtitle might be in order. I need your guys’ help! Which one do you like best?


  1. How to Write Better Novels by Keeping a Journal
  2. How to Practice Fiction Techniques in Your Journal
  3. Observe the World Around You and Write About It in Kick-Ass Narrative
  4. Seven Ways to Write Better Novels by Keeping a Journal
  5. Seven Ways to Practice Fiction Techniques in Your Journal
  6.  (Fill in your own candidate:) ___________________________

Please tell me which one you like best and why.

As a little added incentive … I’ll do a drawing and give a FREE copy of the ebook to one person who leaves me a comment! The drawing will close at midnight, Central Time, on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015.

Okay, start voting!

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