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Author Interview with Freelance Book Editor and Author Andrew Lowe

Andrew Lowe is an English freelance book editor working with authors to polish and refine their manuscripts and hone their story structure. Andrew Lowe, for those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and books Hello! I’m an English man, originally from the North, living in the South. I was a magazine journalist, writing about […]

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Interview With Psychological Suspense Writer Tantra Bensko

Hi, there I’m Tantra Bensko. I’ve been a writing instructor much of my life, such as with UCLA Extension Writing Program and Writers.com, and I edit manuscripts as well. But I didn’t want to just learn about academia but about life, so I spent many years doing other things instead, including living wild in nature, […]

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Psychological Thriller Novel Recommendations

In these books, you can expect to find the troubling tales of women who are running out of options. Whether being forced to deal with old trauma or dealing with others controlling their lives, these women will have to work hard to save themselves. Written between 2006 and 2016, these books are exciting, dark, mysterious […]

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Author Interviews: Louise Jensen and The Sister: A Gripping Psychological Thriller

My name’s Louise Jensen and my debut novel, a psychological thriller, is called The Sister and will be published on July 7th by Bookouture. I also blog flash fiction regularly. There’s something about fitting a beginning, middle and end into 100 words that’s addictive! You can connect with Louise on her website louisejensen.co.uk and on Twitter […]

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To Write a Thrilling Thriller By Alistair Cross

Alistair Cross To Write a Thrilling Thriller

Guest Post By Alistair Cross Generally speaking, the mystery novel’s goal is to solve a crime while thrillers seek to prevent it, but never having been big on following rules and regulations, my collaborator Tamara Thorne and I fiendishly merged these standards together for our latest release, Mother. We eagerly thrust our protagonists, expectant couple […]

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Author Interviews: Tamara Thorne and Mother

Author Interview with Tamara Thorne

Tamara Throne, introduce yourself, your books and your writing style to our readers I’ve loved ghost stories and folklore my entire life and began collecting books of both around first grade. My mother read to me from day one, every day, until I could read to her, so I was a very early reader and […]

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Why We Love Multiple Points of View By Tamara Thorne

Tamara Thorne Why We Love Multiple Points of View

Guest Post by Tamara Thorne When Alistair Cross and I began writing our psychological thriller, Mother, we had only four characters in mind. Priscilla Martin (Mother herself), her daughter Claire, Claire’s husband, Jason, and Morning Glory Circle, the street where the action takes place. (For us, location is a character as important as any other.) […]

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Author Interviews: Alistair Cross and Mother

Author Interviews Alistair Cross

Alistair Cross, introduce yourself and your writing to our readers I was born in a single cemetery town that liked to call itself “historic” and began plotting my escape by the age of three. My dreams of living in the “big city” fueled my imagination and set me on the writing course, which continues to […]

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