Get a Daily Dose of Early American Crime!
The American Malefactor’s Dictionary is now on Twitter at the username @EarlyAmerCrime. Entries for the dictionary will appear daily, Monday through Friday, and you can see all of them by clicking the #CrimeDict hashtag or typing it in the Twitter search box.
Daily Twitter entries at @EarlyAmerCrime will also include a brief biography of a transported convict and other important updates about early American crime.
Don’t have a Twitter account (and don’t want one)? No problem. Real time Twitter updates will appear on the left column of the Early American Crime website, so simply scroll down the page and take a look.
Now on Kindle
The Early American Crime blog is now available on Kindle. So in addition to reading my new book, Bound with an Iron Chain: The Untold Story of How the British Transported 50,000 Convicts to Colonial America, on your Kindle, you can subscribe to Early American Crime and have updates delivered to you automatically.
For some reason, a subscription is currently not available on the Kindle Fire, but I am guessing that Amazon will eventually make blog subscriptions compatible for this device as well.