The 19th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Stephen Jones, editor of 100 anthologies and collections of horror literature, including the brand new zombie fiction anthology The Dead That Walk
The 18th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with Tarquin Hall, author of The Case of the Missing Servant: A Vish Puri Mystery, introducing Vish Puri, India’s Most Private Investigator.
The 17th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with David Morrell, New York Times bestselling thriller and suspense novelist and the original creator of the Rambo character. Morrell’s latest novel The Shimmer is available in bookstores now.
Welcome to the fifteenth episode of the Reading and Writing podcast featuring an interview with Mitch Joel, President of Twist Image, an award-winning marketing agency. Joel is the author of the new book about Internet marketing Six Pixels of Separation. He also writes the widely-read blog Six Pixels of Separation, and records the long-running Six Pixels of Separation podcast.
This interview is also the inaugural episode of a new podcast that I’m starting – the Book Marketing podcast. I’ll be interviewing writers and marketers about using Internet marketing and social media marketing to market and sell books. If that sounds interesting to you, check out the Book Marketing podcast.
Welcome to the fourteenth episode of the Reading and Writing podcast featuring an interview with Brett Battles, suspense and thriller writer, and author of Shadow of Betrayal, The Deceived, and The Cleaner.
Welcome to the twelfth episode of the Reading and Writing podcast featuring an interview with Jason Starr, author of many dark crime and noir novels. Starr’s latest novels include Panic Attack and The Follower.
“This is the ultimate page-turner—a thriller that brilliantly blends psychological and physical suspense. It’s rare that you get either one in a book, but Jason Starr delivers them both in spades.” —Michael Connelly, New York Times bestselling author of The Brass Verdict
“Panic Attack is that rare thing—a novel that manages to be both flat-out terrifying and completely brilliant. Jason Starr’s prose is as taut, vicious, relentless, and elegant as a jeweled hand tightening around your throat. Even as it has you gasping, you can’t help but appreciate the grip. If there is such a thing as the perfect thriller, Starr has just written it. The ending alone will have you breathing in paper bags for a week.” —Jerry Stahl, New York Times bestselling author of Permanent Midnight and Pain Killers
“Fast-moving, psychologically astute, and 100 percent chilling.” —Andrew Gross, New York Times bestselling author of The Dark Tide
Welcome to the tenth episode of the Reading and Writing podcast featuring an interview with Kevin J. Anderson, the author of more than one hundred novels, 47 of which have appeared on national or international bestseller lists. He has over 20 million books in print in thirty languages. He has won or been nominated for numerous prestigious awards, including the Nebula Award, Bram Stoker Award, the SFX Reader’s Choice Award, the American Physics Society’s Forum Award, and New York Times Notable Book. Anderson’s latest novels include The Edge of the World (Terra Incognita), Enemies & Allies, and The Winds of Dune.
Praise for The Winds of Dune:
“Delivers solid action and will certainly satisfy.”
“This satisfying tale from Herbert’s son and Anderson follows Jessica, the mother of galactic emperor Paul Atreides. . . . Fans of the original Dune series will love seeing familiar characters, and the narrative voice smoothly evokes the elder Herbert’s style.”
Praise for the bestselling novel, Paul of Dune:
“This vital link between the first two books of the Dune saga begins immediately after the close of Dune. . . . This is good reading. . . . Standing well enough on its own for Dune novices, it goes without saying that it’s must reading for established fans.”
“Drawing on Frank Herbert’s massive body of notes, the coauthors of the new Dune series continue their expansion and illumination of the unexplored pieces of one of the genre’s most significant and powerful stories. A priority purchase for libraries of all sizes. Highly recommended.”
–Library Journal (starred review)
“Jack Wakes Up rocks! It’s a fast, smooth ride on a highway not found on any map.” —Michael Connelly, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Brass Verdict
“Exhilarating . . . reads like a long-lost Mickey Spillane tale as directed by Robert Rodriguez.”
—Megan Abbott, Edgar Award winning author of Queenpin
“A cold, refreshing slap of glorious mayhem that doesn’t allow you to blink until you turn the last page.”
—Jason Pinter, bestselling author of The Mark