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Interview with Allison M. Dickson, Author of ‘Strings’

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"Horror and dark suspense/thrillers just mesh well with my brain waves." Read More »

Interview with Kaylin McFarren, Author of ‘Buried Threads’

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"Wake up, stay focused and get that last word on the page." Read More »

Interview with Vincent Zandri, Author of ‘The Guilty’

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"I scour the local newspapers for true-crime stories. When one strikes my fancy I use it as the basis for my story and plot, and then turn it into fiction." Read More »

Interview with Shelley K. Wall, Author of ‘Flood, Flash, and Pheromones’

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"I write action scenes with fights in them, so beating my muse into submission is no big deal." Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Cliff House Strangler’ (A Sarah Woolson Mystery) by Shirley Tallman

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A new cozy takes us back to 1880's San Francisco and a series of séance murders. Read More »

Interview with Kristin Kuhns Alexandre, author of ‘Gem City Gypsy’

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The novel is "an attempt to merge history and romance and my fascination with Dayton’s gypsy community." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pelican Bay’ by Jesse Giles Christiansen

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A South Carolina coastal town provides the setting for an atmospheric mystery. Read More »

Interview with Jesse Giles Christiansen, Author of ‘Pelican Bay’

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'My greatest struggle early on was the persistent, naive misconstruction that great work sells itself.' Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Killing’ Season 1, Episodes 3 and 4 – Gone Goldie Be Gone

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The only thing we pretty much know at this point is the killer is likely not Goldie. Read More »

Interview: Jordan Ekeroth, Author of The Fulton Incident

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"When writing, the most important thing to me is that every detail, word, or phrase serves to support the narrative." Read More »