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ROUGH WRITING: SMALL SNIPPET FROM "THE GANGSTER"

Mike did as Brent suggested: he kept his mouth shut, did as he was told, defending the crew and sat idly by why Vince poured on the accusations against Scott because he was the easiest target. 457 more words

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The Moving Toyshop by Edmund Crispin : Book Club Discussion Questions

A reminder, all our book club discussion questions contain spoilers.

‘Well, I’m going to the police,’ said Cadogan.  ‘If there’s one thing I hate, it’s the sort of book in which characters don’t go to the police when they’ve no earthly reason for not doing so.’

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Mystery And Thriller

ROUGH WRITING: STREETLIGHT PEOPLE/ LET HER PALE LIGHT IN

From a gutted loft in an abandoned business district downtown, she looks out a dusty window on a deserted street. The last rays of the day’s sun sweep across the old buildings across the street, shining down from somewhere behind her view. 1,022 more words

Writing

Review: 'Bull Mountain' by Brian Panowich

Bull Mountain by Brian Panowich
G.P. Putnam’s Sons (July 7, 2015)

Brian Panowich makes a blistering debut with Bull Mountain, a multi-generational family saga and a withering expose of outlaw life. 501 more words

Fiction

No Other Darkness (DI Marnie Rome #2) - Sarah Hilary

What’s it all about?:

From the Richard and Judy bestselling author Sarah Hilary. The phenomenal Marnie Rome returns in the outstanding follow up to the critically acclaimed SOMEONE ELSE’S SKIN. 623 more words

Book Reviews

Help Me Live a Dream!

Who wants to help me fulfill my dream of having “Ice” as bestseller for a day? It’s free until the 9th and as of this post, it’s #2 in two sub-genres and #653 overall.  86 more words

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Fixed in Writing about Blood

Author Interview: T.E.Woods

The Justice Novels: Fixed in Blood

  1. Can you tell your readers something about why you chose this particular topic to write about? What appealed to you about it?
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