Scott Butki was a newspaper reporter for more than 10 years before making a career change into education... then into special education.
He reads at least 50 books a year and has about the same number of author interviews each year and, yes, unlike tv hosts he actually reads each one.
He is an in-house media critic, a recovering Tetris addict and a proud uncle.
He has written articles on everything imagineable and has contemplated creating Scottipedia (his version of wikipedia)
Jeffrey Deaver explains what it was like to be the latest author writing a James Bond novel.
Talking to former TV camerawoman Nora McFarland about her next book
A talk with the couple who wrote a "Nordic noir" thriller under the pen name Lars Kepler.
"...people have been telling me they can't wait to read the next Sam. I always like it when they say 'the next Sam' instead of 'the next book.'"
A lawyer-turned-novelist talks about the career change and his new book.
An editor explains how he used the skills of 26 good writers to write one fine thriller.
A conversation with the fascinating Gyles Brandeth about his Oscar Wilde fiction series
How new media has changed how people tell stories.
"Perhaps our fascination with serial killers comes from seeing otherness in our own form."
Talking with the author of an exciting new thriller series.