CRIMINALLY GOOD: interview with author Richard Dee

1) So, who are you & what have you written? I’m Richard Dee, I normally write Science Fiction and Steampunk adventures, they have an element of crime in them, but more as an aside to a conspiracy style adventure than as a specific “whodunit.”  However, I’ve started writing what I hope will be a series…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with Nick Clark Windo

1) So, who are you and what have you written?  I’m Nick Clark Windo and I’ve written a novel called The Feed. You can follow me on Twitter @nickhdclark. 2) Why do you write dystopian fiction? I think any novel is an examination of something that has interested the author, whether that’s an event, a theme,…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: interview with author Caroline England

1) So, who are you & what have you written? Hello Lucy! I’m Caroline England, a former lawyer turned author. My debut book, Beneath the Skin, was published by Avon HarperCollins on 5 October this year. You can find me @CazEngland on Twitter, cazengland1 on Instagram and you can LIKE my Facebook page. My second book, My…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: interview with author Earl Javorsky

1) So, who are you & what have you written? I’m Earl Javorsky, an L.A. transplant, now living in San Diego. I have written three novels. Down Solo and Down to No Good (releases in early November) are Charlie Miner books. Charlie is a PI that inexplicably revives after being killed and then goes on…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: interview with author Andy Rausch

1) So, who are you & what have you written? My name is Andy Rausch and I write nonfiction books on popular culture, as well as fiction. My books include Mad World, Elvis Presley: CIA Assassin, and my newest book Riding Shotgun and Other American Cruelties. I have also edited several books and published a…

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