Author Archives: RJ Crayton

About RJ Crayton

RJ Crayton is a former journalist who now writes fiction. She's reported for the Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle, as well as the smaller publications Education Technology News and Campus Crime. She has two published novels, Life First and Second Life and blogs for Indies Unlimited and the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. For exclusive content and first looks at her new work, sign up for the newsletter at http://rjcrayton.com/subscribe.

College Park Book Festival Saturday!

The College Park Book Festival is tomorrow. The festival is a chance for people to meet authors who are local to the Washington, DC, area. I’ll be there, as will several other authors. And I always have candy at my … Continue reading

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Thanks to the great reviewers out there!

Just a quick shout out to all of you who take time to write reviews of my books. I really adore you for sharing your thoughts. It really helps an author when someone says great things about their book. I’ve … Continue reading

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More than 130+ FREE books

Like FREE books? There are 130+ FREE books involved in this promotion. All the books are available on InstaFreebie, and will continue to be available through Feb. 12. Book genres included range from fantasy to sci-fi to romance. You can … Continue reading

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Life First Featured on Ereader News Today!

Life First is being featured on e-reader news today. The book is perma-free and follows the travails of Kelsey Reed, whose government wants to take her kidney and give it to someone else. Life First is a stand-alone book, and … Continue reading

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Clean YA Books for FREE

Do you like young adult books that are generally free of sex and cursing? Well, a new promotion I’m participating is offering clean YA  for FREE via Instafreebie. The cool thing about this promo is, in addition to the FREE … Continue reading

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Speculative Fiction FREE on InstaFreebie

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New Version of the Old Song

I have two children who are still minors. They’re not super young at 9 and 13, but they’re young enough that we see kids movies. I’ve noticed in a couple of movies, they’ve had reworked versions of old songs that … Continue reading

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Grab Prophecy of Light – Trapped FREE

Happy Monday to you. Just a quick FYI. You can grab the first book in the Prophecy of Light series FREE via Instafreebie. Previously, you’d been able to grab a preview version of the book free on the site. Now … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing Sunday – Birthday Edition

Happy Sunday to you. It happens to be my birthday today, which is why it’s called the birthday edition. I hope everyone is having a great week. In terms of my own publishing, I had a great day yesterday, and … Continue reading

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Concealed FREE, Life First Series Books Move Into KU

Happy Tuesday to you. I hope you had a great weekend and Monday. Just a couple of quick notes. First and foremost, my book Concealed is FREE today. The book is part one of the virus series. I’d love it … Continue reading

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