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My Q&A with Mystery People about thriller writing and Phantom Instinct

Recently I did a Q & A with the Mystery People blog. (Mystery People is the bookstore within a bookstore at Book People in Austin. Don’t try to figure it out. 227 more words

Writing

A delve into your dusty DVD collection can unearth unexpected treats


I had pretty much had enough. I’m not a sports fan. I realise that the weather is fantastic and it shouldn’t matter that there’s nothing for me to watch on television at the moment, but actually, it really does. 474 more words

Novels

The Truth - the first 5 star review on Amazon

I am delighted to share the first review of my new crime thriller, The Truth. This 5 STAR review was posted on Amazon.de.

“Without revealing anything of the intricate plot, this book is not for the fainthearted. 60 more words

Writing

Cover Reveal for Devil's Nightmare: Premonitions

Over the past few days I have been working with my talented cover artist Rodrigo Adolfo in designing the front cover for my latest title Premonitions, which is the sequel to my Amazon bestselling horror novel… 132 more words

Writing

PICTURE OF THE DAY: THEM! (1954)

PICTURE OF THE DAY:  THEM!  (1954)

Spoiler Alert!

While I don’t mind spoilers for older movies, since most of us have seen these movies several times over, in the interest of not wanting to ruin a good movie for those who haven’t seen it, this column features a… 556 more words

Slightly Losing Faith in Humanity

Book: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

In retrospect, this was not a great place to start. However, my reasons for choosing it at the time were sane enough: 300 more words

Book Review: Seneca Scourge by Carrie Rubin

Carrie Rubin is a physician who has a humor blog here: The Write Transition

She makes me chuckle with every post. She is a most insightful person and it is a pleasure to know her. 321 more words

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