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Interview with Mark Dawson — Hot-Selling UK Thriller Master

  Prolific UK writer Mark Dawson is the bestselling author of the John Milton, Beatrix Rose, Isabella Rose, and Soho Noir thriller series. He’s currently ranked among the top 50 hottest-selling “Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense” authors on Amazon, and his … Continue reading

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New Interview of Me by Maggie James

  I’m absolutely delighted with this new interview of me, conducted and published by British psychological suspense author Maggie James on her website. A thousand thanks to Maggie for fresh questions that are different from those I usually get. I … Continue reading

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Why Do Liberals Reject Vigilante Fiction?

  I had missed this essay by Anthony Paletta when it first appeared in February 2012, but it raises a question that the author answers with some good insights — especially near the end: Why do people on the political … Continue reading

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10 Winning Marketing Strategies for Your Self-Published Book

  Some time ago, I published a piece telling aspiring authors “Ten Reasons You Should Skip Traditional Publishers and Self-Publish Ebooks Instead.” Yet despite the clear advantages of “indie” over “traditional” publishing, the prospect of “DIY” publishing still scares the … Continue reading

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An Interview with Lee Child (Part 3 — Conclusion)

Photos by Brian Killigrew   In Part 1 of this interview, #1 New York Times best-selling author Lee Child described Jack Reacher, the “vigilante” (Child’s word) hero of his world-famous thriller series. He also told of his childhood in the … Continue reading

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An Interview with Lee Child (Part 2)

Photos by Brian Killigrew   In Part 1 of this interview, #1 New York Times best-selling author Lee Child introduced us to the lone-wolf, sometime-vigilante hero of his ongoing thriller series, Jack Reacher. He also described his early life growing … Continue reading

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An Interview with Lee Child (Part 1)

Photos by Brian Killigrew   Lee Child is the bestselling author of what Publisher’s Weekly calls “arguably today’s finest thriller series.” Its huge, and hugely popular, protagonist—a giant, incorruptible drifter named Jack Reacher—has been dubbed “the thinking reader’s action hero.” … Continue reading

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