Congratulations Glenda and Kerry, ebook winners and connoisseurs of crime (except that last part, probably). Check your email. If you don’t have something from a hoodlum named Ashley, then something has gone wrong and you should hit me up. Thanks, everyone, for participating.
When I was writing The Price of Cash, I struggled a bit with finding new ways for Cash and her buddy Nate to launder money. So I did what any self-respecting author would do: I called my buddy Carsen Taite (aka whined via text until she gave up and called me. At midnight). Carsen has guided be through many a crime-filled discussion. You want to know what chemical compound will best remove blood? We’ve covered that. You want to know what chemical compound will best destroy the viability of blood (it’s different!)? We got that too. You need to know twenty ways to steal drugs from an evidence locker? Yeah, we’ve both written versions of that storyline.
Allegedly, these are not conversations that “normal” people have. Allegedly, “normal” people don’t think about fun, sexy ways to break laws. And, allegedly, “normal” people haven’t given much thought to what their profession would be if they weren’t restricted by those silly laws. So here is your chance, sugar. Leave a comment below describing what your job would be if you were an outlaw. I’ll pick a winner July 25th and send them a Cash Braddock ebook.
And remember, committing a crime after posting about said crime in the comments will probably be considered premeditation.