Added by Lorie Ham on July 31, 2011 at 4:27am — No Comments
Today it seems that we are so careful to be politically correct about some things that need to be addressed from a psychological and clinical point of view. The thought of a small child or a teenager being diagnosed as a psychopath leaves of us cold and most don’t want to even approach the idea. I absolutely shudder at the…Continue
Added by Jennifer Chase on July 30, 2011 at 5:13am — No Comments
As with many things these days, the word “interrogation” has been replaced with “interview”. I like to call it what it is, an interrogation. Interrogative procedures are used to obtain a confession, admission of guilt, or illicit helpful information from a suspect in regard to an investigation.
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You know, ALL those books out there, one after another, that CLAIM to be…a bestseller. This bestseller. That bestseller.
I recently put that question to Sheridan Simove, best selling author of What Every Man Thinks Apart From Sex, a “novel” the content of which consists of–and only of– 200 BLANK…Continue
Added by Ronald S. Barak on July 29, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments
The game plan for this series is to drop in a new episode once every three weeks. The schedule is tight; the authors are willing and the franchise moves forward full speed ahead. Paul D. Brazill has to be pleased with the many positive reviews he has received and the rankings he has enjoyed: not just here in the U.S.A. but also in the U.K. He has charted for sales in the Top 100 of Amazon for his category on both. My hope one day is to nail this busy guy down so I can pick his brain on my…Continue
(Cross-posted from Imaginary Friends blog)
This year was the first time I attended the Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Writing Conference at Harrogate (so called because it’s named after the beer brewed by the sponsoring brewery), and a last-minute decision to attend meant I got a day pass for the Saturday, even though the conference ran from Thursday to Sunday.…Continue
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I run a site called 'Guilty Conscience' and on top of posting reviews, interviews and competitions and will now be hosting your short fiction.
It can be Crime, Thriller, Horror, Noir, Mystery or Supernatural/Science-Fiction.
No fan-fiction. It must be your own work and characters.
I'll accept stories published elsewhere, as long as it was over six months ago.
Added by Luca Veste on July 28, 2011 at 10:45am — No Comments
An Interview With Renown Writer Ronald S. Barak
Author of A Season For Redemption
Added by Ronald S. Barak on July 28, 2011 at 12:59am — No Comments
I may be here under somewhat false pretenses, so let me begin by confessing before you beat it out of me with truncheons. I am not a writer of crime fiction - at least not yet. In fact, until a few years ago, I wasn't a writer of anything besides voice-overs for my numerous travel videos, and nasty and satirical responses to the idiots on various blog sites,usually political.…Continue
Added by Theodore P. Druch on July 27, 2011 at 2:28pm — No Comments
It’s no secret that every author today has to market. Even the most successful authors today are marketing, big time, one way or another. The most successful may have publicists and marketing consultants helping them, but they all are getting down in the trenches as well. Not yet an established, branded bestseller? Then you may be the only one doing your marketing, but someone sure has to be doing it! It might not be as much fun (at least…Continue
Added by Ronald S. Barak on July 27, 2011 at 1:50am — No Comments
Added by Pauline Rowson on July 26, 2011 at 6:19pm — No Comments
I have really taken a liking to this series. The author’s they have chosen thus far have given me an eclectic view of Mr. Dark and our axe wielding hero, Matt Cahill. Being an old-head like I am, the serialization of this series has made it a fun and engaging ride for me. Hopefully I won’t miss an episode; my e-reader will be less than happy with me. We can’t have that. If you haven’t get on board with this do so; sharpen your blade. Evil may be coming to you; hopefully your face will not…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on July 26, 2011 at 8:19am — No Comments
Another blog about Raymond Chandler. This time Chandler not at his best. But . . .
Check it out here:
Added by B.R.Stateham on July 26, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
NEWSFLASH: Barry Eisler will be my guest on my blogtalk radio show, the G-ZONE, on Sept. 15th at 12pm EST to discussion his newest novel, The Detachment. The novel is releasing is being released on the 15th.Here is a bit more on the novel:
Available in ebook on September 15 as an Amazon Kindle exclusive and in paper on October 18 wherever books are sold
Preorder it now!
John Rain is back. And…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on July 26, 2011 at 5:44am — No Comments
First: a quick self-promo even though it is frowned upon - my story, Live Free or Die, Die, Die! was selected to appear in the crime/pulp/noir anthology of the same name scheduled for release this November. I may even be asked to do a reading so I'll keep people posted.
Second: I watched the movie Scarlett Street starring Edward G. Robinson of Little Caesar and The Public Enemy fame, as well as Joan Bennett and Dan Duryea. I had no idea what I was getting into, having no…Continue
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