Author Interviews · Crime · Guest Post

Guest Post: Rock, Scissors, Paper: The Clifford Olson Murders by Richard Stevenson

Published: Nov 2016 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform | Pages: 212 | Synopsis: In the early 1980’s, serial killer Clifford Olson rampaged through the lower mainland of British Columbia, raping and murdering eleven victims. His heinous cash-for-bodies deal foreshortened his trial, and resulted in the law currently on Canadian books that forbids criminals from benefiting financially from… Continue reading Guest Post: Rock, Scissors, Paper: The Clifford Olson Murders by Richard Stevenson

Author Interviews · Fiction · Guest Post

Guest Post: Beyond Simplicity in Secret Agent Novels – Glossolalia: Psychological Suspense, Tantra Bensko

Published: July 10 2016 by Insubordinate Books/ Pages: 241 What if your subconscious held the world together but you didn’t know why? What if it held the world together by breaking it apart? And if you couldn’t figure out your subconscious in time, nations would fall to pieces.  In Glossolalia: Psychological Suspense, Nancy discovers a… Continue reading Guest Post: Beyond Simplicity in Secret Agent Novels – Glossolalia: Psychological Suspense, Tantra Bensko

Author Interviews · Author Q&A

Q&A with Ohio writer Tiffany McDaniel

Tell us a little about yourself! I’m an Ohio poet and novelist who loves Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining and chocolate cake. What was your inspiration behind ‘The Summer that Melted Everything’? The novel started first as a title.  It was one of those Ohio summers that I just felt like I was melting, and thus… Continue reading Q&A with Ohio writer Tiffany McDaniel

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Q&A: Stacy Juba, Author of ‘Fooling Around with Cinderella’

Why did you become a writer? I have been writing since third grade and was writing my own mystery series in fifth grade. Writing and reading have always been important parts of my life. I did actually major in something else, exercise science, but when it came time to seek jobs in that field, nothing… Continue reading Q&A: Stacy Juba, Author of ‘Fooling Around with Cinderella’

Author Interviews · Guest Post

Guest Post by Mike Kelley : The Origins of Faith

One of the things which made Dan Brown’s book ‘The Da Vinci Code’ so successful, was the perceived revelation that Jesus was married. In my book ‘The Origins of Faith’ I feel I have achieved a similar shockingly perceived revelation; namely that the Jews do not have and never did have a divine right to… Continue reading Guest Post by Mike Kelley : The Origins of Faith

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Guest Post: ‘Stuck in the Box – Genre Trap’, Mannah Pierce

If asked what I enjoy reading, I say Science Fiction. On reflection, the answer is more complex. I prefer stories that are more about characters than plot. I do not like ‘clever’ books; I want writing to be in service to the story, not the other way around. I do not want to be disgusted… Continue reading Guest Post: ‘Stuck in the Box – Genre Trap’, Mannah Pierce