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The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins – Review

Hawkins provides a skilfully crafted turn on the typical memory loss novel. Her method of telling the tale from three different points of view gives the reader an opportunity to explore the characters and draw up their own theories and opinions. 460 more words


Glimpse of Blissful Ignorance

Tak ada yang pernah tahu bahwa benda tak berbahaya sekalipun bisa berubah menjadi mengerikan di tangan orang yang tepat.

Contohnya saja, galon kosong yang selalu dia sisakan satu untuk simpanan saat darurat. 150 more words


The Transporter: Refueled - 2015 Movies

The Transporter: Refueled

2015 Film

A femme fatale and her cohorts kidnap Frank Martin’s (Ed Skrein) father to coerce Frank into helping them break up a ring of human traffickers from the Russian Federation. 40 more words


A Game for Assassins

Today I have a guest post from an amazing author. Check out his new book A Game for Assassins.

I’m hacking away at being a writer: 1,300 more words


Small town secrets and lies...

Orient by Christopher Bollen

This is a thriller about small town America writ large – and chunky, weighing in at 609 pages. However, it was totally gripping right from the start as each page peels away all the secrets and lies that foster in the particular community on Long Island where it is set. 1,058 more words

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Advance copies just arrived!

Advanced copies of Almost Human have arrived from the publisher. I have autographed and sent them out with an invitation to a private release party (email from evite). 33 more words

Almost Human is listed on Amazon!

My agent just informed that Almost Human is now up on Amazon.com. Hopefully, it will make Barnes and Noble soon. For me the writing of the novel was easier than the business side. 8 more words