Posts Tagged ‘thriller novels’

Some Exciting News

Some Exciting News Monday marked a great day for me when I received some exciting news. I was checking my email and in the subject line of one read: Congratulations! You Won a Book Excellence Award! Honestly, I didn’t even remember entering books into any contests. After reading further, the revamped version, STORM SEASON (previously…

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Tuesday Dialogue Days Featuring Thriller Author Philip Donlay

Tuesday Dialogue Days Featuring Thriller Author Philip Donlay Today,  Tuesday Dialogue Days As a former professional pilot, Philip Donlay travels have taken him to over forty countries on five continents. He divides his time between Montana and the Pacific NW. He is the bestselling author of eight novels including his latest, Speed the Dawn. LISTEN…

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Crime Scene Investigation for Writers: 5 Major Activities

In Crime Scene Investigation for Writer: 5 Major Activities, we will discuss how crime scene investigators (CSI) approach a crime scene. I started writing mysteries and thrillers way back when. Writing the detective procedural is one of my favorites because they involve so much detailed information. I’m sure a bunch of you crime and mystery…

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Cycling and Recycling Through Story

As I write my thirteenth book, I find myself cycling and recycling through the story. As a part of editing but also as a part of finding the larger story. CYCLING AS PART OF EDITING Actually, cycling is not all that unusual for me. In fact, I tend to write new work one day and…

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