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Interview with Gayle Lynds — Queen of Espionage Fiction

  New York Times bestseller Gayle Lynds is the award-winning author of ten international espionage novels, including The Assassins, The Book of Spies, and The Last Spymaster. Gayle’s career began with her short stories being published in literary journals while … Continue reading

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So, What Is a Thriller?

  Fiction genres tend to have porous boundaries, mixing and blending into each other. Many books are hybrids that cross genres. For instance, you can’t define a “thriller” solely by its settings, since they can take place almost anywhere, and … Continue reading

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Methods and Aids I Use to Write Fiction

  Ever since my debut thriller HUNTER took off, fellow writers have asked me if, when writing, I am an “Outliner” or a “Seat Of The Pants” writer. These labels describe two extremes on a spectrum of methods that fiction … Continue reading

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