Radio Interview about Castle Danger

I’ll be interviewed on KOWZ-FM and KRUE radio on Friday, November 18, between 8:30 and 9:00 am to talk about my suspense novel, Castle Danger. If you or someone you know who likes suspense fiction is in the southern Minnesota listening area that morning, tune in and tell them also to tune in. KOWZ-FM is at 100.9 on the FM dial. KRUE is at 92.1 FM.

Makes a great gift for the readers in your life.
Makes a great gift for the readers in your life.

With the holidays fast approaching, why not consider giving Castle Danger as a gift to a reader on your gift list? There’s been a movement to shop locally in recent years. Why not make your gift special by buying a book from an independent author at your local bookstore? If the store doesn’t have a copy, it can be ordered by any bookstore and received within a week.

Southern Minnesota residents can find copies of Castle Danger at Little Professor Book Center in Owatonna, MN.

If you really want to personalize your gift and are willing to pay postage, I will be happy to send a personalized, signed first-edition of Castle Danger  to you so you can give it to your gift recipient at your convenience. Email me at chrisnorburywriter@gmail.com for the details. Purchase two or more books and receive a 20% discount on shipping costs.

Castle Danger  also makes a nice host/hostess gift for fiction fans. Many people host holiday parties at this time of year (or any party for that matter). So instead of the obligatory, impersonal bottle of wine, houseplant, or flowers, why not show your appreciation with a book you know your host or hostess would like to read?

As always, I’ll donate $1.00 per copy sold to my favorite charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Minnesota.

Three Minutes of Serenity

Finally, here’s a little meditative eye candy with which to start or end your day. If you’ve never been to Voyageurs National Park (or any other NP, for that matter) please go if you can. Visiting such awe-inspiring wildernesses can truly change your life (for the better)

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