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Writing Genre: Nigel Shinner

Of all the genres I could write, I focus on contemporary thrillers. I take inspiration from real-life crime stories and put my own spin on them, trying to twist the basic elements of fact into an engaging, suspense-filled roller coaster ride of a story. 128 more words



Mashing up genres

Fermenting new ideas

Distilling the story


After We Fell by Anna Todd | Review

After We Fell by Anna Todd
Pages: 848
Format: Paperback
Published: Gallery Books
Publication Date: December 30th 2014


Book 3 of the After series—newly revised and expanded, Anna Todd’s After fanfiction racked up 1 billion reads online and captivated readers across the globe.

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Book review: The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn by Colin Dexter [Inspector Morse]

The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn by Colin Dexter (1977)

No human action happens by pure chance unconnected with other happenings, none is incapable of explanation.

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Genre of the Week: 18 and Life by Skid Row

As we’re talking about gun violence and looking at ways to stopping it, we’re also looking at the causes of this rapid increase in violence which has especially hit schools the hardest. 604 more words


Have You Written A Book And Want An Honest Review?

Hey guys!  So, one of the reasons I started this blog was to be able to read other author’s books and give an honest review.  I still want to do that and would be very interested if you do have a book you want to be reviewed. 52 more words


Fantasy: Origin of the Genre and Tropes

In thinking about the fantasy genre and history, my mind circled around a few topics.  One that it kept coming back to was the origins of the genre and its tropes.  799 more words