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In my blog today I interview a truly fascinating man; super lit agent Chip MacGregor. Had to ask a few questions about the publishing world, both traditional and ebook, and hear his assessment on the health of the industry.
Come over and check it out. I think you'll find it interesting. Find it…Continue
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If you've never read one of my 'Smitty' stories, here's your chance. Over in Aldo Calcagno's excellent Darkest Before The Dawn 'zine is my story, 'First Kill.' A little history about Smitty goes a long way, kiddies. Take a look. Hope you like it.
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Three short stories featuring an assassin who has a very strong since of biblical-styled justice in him.
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For those of you who aren't familiar with Smitty, you'll find a hit-man of different qualities. A dark soul with a streak of Justice in him.
You'll also find an experiment. Short punches to the gut for emphasis…Continue
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Come over to my blog and meet Jesus and Javier Carmona. Brothers who hail from Madrid, Spain. They're not professionals . . . yet. And that's good for you . . . you can hire their services for a VERY reasonable amount.
Check'em out here;…Continue
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For all you hard boiled police-procedural fans out there, you might discover a jewel in the rough with this one. And while you're at it,…Continue
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Today in my blog I interview our own Matt Rees, the creator of the Omar Yussef novels. Come over and take a look. It's a great interview.
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Vincent Zandri graciously agreed to let me interview him. Turns out to be be a fascinating discussion. Come over to my blog and take a look for yourself.
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Had a GREAT interview with Jon Loomis; the author who writes about Detective Frank Coffin. Come over to my blog and take a peek. I think you'll find it interesting.
Call Me Smitty: Carnival, number seven in the series featuring a hit man with eyes as black as a madman's soul, is now available through Amazon and other ebook stores. Three short stories. I highly recommend all three--but the second one called, 'Terrible'--is a really good…Continue
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Check out the newest edition of Pulp Metal Magazine. Several Crimespace writers are featured in it. Including me. Come over and check a story of mine entitled, 'Cracker.'
In my blog today I interview another rising talent in the Brit crime scene. Ian Ayris. Come over and check it out. And bookmark his name. He's a good'un.
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The war of the sexes has just gone nuclear. Meet Marissa Hamm and Mike Bean. Two cops, each having a personality that would make Attalia the Hun look like a snotty-nosed brat needing his dirty diaper changed. Think of the evil doppelganger to a Nick and Nora Charles. Or a neurotic male/female version of a Laurel and…Continue
I.J. was gracious enough to allow me to pummel her with six questions about writing, and about her writing her Sugawara Akitada series. Interesting reading. Go check it out here:
My blog today has an interview with an up-and-coming writer of psycho-noir, Julia Madaleine. Thought you might be interested in scanning it. Find it here.
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You write muliple characters. One character is 'discovered.' Others are not. Why? Some musing of this over on my blog. If you're interested, go check it out.
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In today's blog I had an interesting talk with Brit writer of dark noir, Paul D. Brazill. Thought you'd be interested. It's here:
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