By Kevin J. Anderson When you get right down to it, every story is a thriller—otherwise who would want to read it? Yes, genre labels and expectations are different. Readers who pick up a fantasy novel don’t want the same thing as readers of mysteries or westerns, but if there’s nothing exciting, or at least…
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Paddy Hirsch provides some information on what life might look like for a convict at the end of the eighteenth century in New York City.
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The Murder List author Hank Phillippi Ryan answers our questions!
So we sat down our Magic X Mayhem authors (Actually we sent them emails–they may have been sitting?) and asked about their favorite distractions from writing and editing the work we love so much.
Nottingham author Nathan Makaryk shares how hating the legend of Robin Hood led to his debut novel.
Medusa in the Graveyard author Emily Devenport shares her thoughts on a government uprising and the odds of becoming the “bastards”.
We asked author Andrew Bannister to introduce us to the world of the spin, the setting of his interconnected series that begins with Creation Machine, and continues with this summer’s Iron Gods.
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