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My Path to Publication: The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan
Posted by Dervla McTiernan in > Crime > Interviews

I’ve always loved stories. Such a short sentence, that one. It feels inadequate, but superlatives sound insincere, so that’s what I’m left with. I learned to read when I was...

Where Do You Get Your Ideas? The Liar’s Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard
Posted by Catherine Ryan Howard in > Crime > Interviews

Recently, I was in the green room at a book festival, trying to discreetly slip the cord of a microphone down my top and out below the hem of it...

The Confession by Jo Spain
Posted by Jo Spain in > Crime > Interviews

As a writer of a successful police procedural series, I’d like to say I thought long and hard before deciding to write a standalone psychological thriller. I didn’t. I jumped...

A Love for Books – of all Shapes and Sizes by Sam Blake
Posted by Sam Blake in > Crime

It’s Valentine’s week but in the book world, love is spreading in a very different way – this is a week of new releases for my Cat Connolly trilogy. Just...

The Abandoned by Sharon Thompson
Posted by Sharon Thompson in > Crime > Interviews

I’m excited. My debut crime novel, The Abandoned, is published by a leading crime publisher Bloodhound Books. I’m also nervous because I’m now asked how I got here and what...

My Writer’s Journey: Wormwood by Larry Enmon
Posted by Larry Enmon in > Crime > Interviews

In 2002, I retired from the Secret Service. No, no, not Her Majesty’s Secret Service—the United States Secret Service. Unlike our namesake in Britain, the U.S. Secret Service is a...

Use What You Have: Crossed Out by Malcolm Hollingdrake
Posted by Malcolm Hollingdrake in > Crime > Interviews

‘Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.’ Arthur Ashe. ‘You are never too old’, contradicts beautifully the idiom, ‘you can’t teach an old dog new tricks!’...

The Road to Publication is Filled with Serendipity by A.B. Morgan
Posted by A.B. Morgan in > Crime > Interviews

“Alison, what is your background as far as writing is concerned?” the lady in the corner asked during the book launch for A Justifiable Madness. I had anticipated this question...

From Screenplay to Novel: Cargo by J.C. Macek lll
Posted by J.C. Macek lll in > Crime > Interviews

While any writer not born with that proverbial spoon in their mouths will tell you that getting published is never easy nor guaranteed, the road to publishing Cargo took turns that...

How Did I Get Here? Close to Home by Cara Hunter
Posted by Cara Hunter in > Crime > Interviews

Close to Home was born on a beach. In the Caribbean, in November 2014, to be precise. I’ve always been a huge reader of crime fiction and never more so...

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