My 2017 Reading Pledge Update (Third Quarter)

See my first quarter reading pledge results, HERE. Want to see my second quarter results? CLICK HERE. So, I’ve been so mega-busy this week I haven’t had chance to post my results for the third quarter of the year on my reading pledge until now! Here goes … If you recall, I pledged to read and review…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author David Liscio

1) So, who are you and what have you written? I’m an ink-stained wretch, having spent more than twenty years as a journalist specializing in crime stories. My serial killer thriller Deadly Fare was published on Amazon in October and is available in both paperback and ebook. I’m currently working on another novel that involves…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author Gillian Brightmore

1) So, who are you & what have you written?  I’m Gillian Brightmore, a fiction writer with a leaning toward screenplays. I have published a number of short stories in magazines and anthologies but namely, The Woman Who Loved Cucumbers (Honno Modern Fiction: title story – 2002). My crime noir is out on Kindle, Blood On Butetown….

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with author AJ Waines

So, who are you & what have you written? Hello, I’m AJ Waines. I was a musician, then a psychotherapist for fifteen years – and now I write psychological thrillers with a twist! I’m probably best known for writing about a girl on a train – NOT the smash hit by Paula Hawkins, but the…

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BEST OF 3: Elinor Perry-Smith, Proof Reader

Today it’s proof reader Elinor Perry-Smith’s turn to share her top 3 — and it would seem she’s a Patricia Highsmith ADDICT! Over to you, Elinor … The Talented Mr Ripley I love the labyrinthine plot, the way Ripley – just – manages to pull his appropriation of Dickie’s identity off; his house, clothes and…

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