I’m delighted to have been invited to help plan the inaugural event launching February 12th through February 22nd, 2017. The consummate professionals I’ve come to know during this process have taught me the beauty of collaboration and teamwork. If you haven’t signed up yet, what are you waiting for? Visit the Mystery Thriller Week site and get in on the early buzz. There’s no cost, and as you’ll see below, there’s something for everyone!

image1-63If you are an AUTHOR, plan to stand beside other well-known authors and professionals in the industry who have already committed to furthering the excellence of this genre. You’ll be interviewed, your book cover(s) will be prominently displayed on the MTW site, and reviews will be directed to your selling site.  We have authors who will conduct hourly interviews, Q&A, character interviews, skype interviews, and presentations of numerous types. Hourly time slots are still open to all writers, published or not, but are disappearing quickly.  It’s your chance to shine. Sign up today HERE.

image2-20If you are a READER, take the opportunity to dive into free reading of published and coming soon books. You are given the opportunity to review early releases and trending books just for your participation that week. You’ll also hear from top-notch authors the entire event. Sign up as a reviewer HERE.


image3-14If you’re a BLOGGER, there’s a special place for you too. You can sign up to conduct an interview, host an author guest post, vloggers can vlog book reviews and interviews, and all are welcome to sign up on the blogger sheet at the MTW site HERE. Badges will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places for most reviews posted. As an added bonus, reviews will link back to your site drawing additional attention to your blogging prowess.


image4-2And lastly, if you’re a CONTEST enthusiast, there will be oodles of prizes, MTW t-shirts, author swag, free books, coaching, and more.



Mark your calendars for February 12th – 22nd, 2017 now and join the Mystery Thriller Week movement.


Sherrie’s Always Write

Read last week’s Mystery Thriller Week Kickoff Post