Emerging Writers Guest Post #70 – Jim Musgrave – Writing Shorter

Posted by on Oct 2, 2013 in Guest Posts

Jim Musgrave is author of Forevermore and Disappearance at Mount Sinai, the first two historical mysteries in the Pat O’Malley series set in 1860s New York City. Take it away, Jim. Indie pubbers know my hatred of the dreaded “Penguin” (he was, after all, a villain in the old Batman comics), but you may want to know that even this roving beastie is getting on the “short train” ebook bandwagon. When the conglomerates are doing it, then you know...

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Guest Post #69 – Jackie Mallon – Exposing Fashion’s Dark Side + Win her new novel!

Posted by on Sep 29, 2013 in Guest Posts

Jackie Mallon is an Irish writer and fashion designer currently living in New York. After studying at London’s St Martins School, she worked in the world of high fashion in Milan for eight years, stockpiling stories for the novel she didn’t know she was gearing up to write. To win a free copy of Jackie’s novel simply share this post on Facebook or Twitter and comment below that you have done so. Five lucky winners will be chosen at the end of October, 2013. So make...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #68 – Lazlo Ferran – Ordo Lupus and the Temple Gate

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Guest Posts

Lazlo Ferran’s extraordinary life has included studying aeronautical engineering, being a dispatch rider, graphic designer, full-time busker, a guitarist and singer (recording two albums), travelling widely, marrying in Kyrgyzstan and a long and successful career within the science industry. He has now left employment to concentrate on writing. He grew up in the home counties of England. Brought up as a Buddhist, in recent years he has moved towards an informal...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #67 – Deceit by W.C. Hewitt

Posted by on Sep 22, 2013 in Guest Posts

W.C. Hewitt is a Canadian, born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. He was employed in the public sector in both Law Enforcement and the Medical field where he was able to witness Society’s best and worst first hand. Drawing from his experiences his character insight has been honed to an eagle-eyed proficiency as is displayed in his literary characters. With a keen interest in history and archaeology, it wasn’t long before Mr. Hewitt started to work on the creation of a series...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #66 – DJ Swykert and The Death of Anyone

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in Guest Posts

I’m a blue collar person from Detroit. I’ve worked as a truck driver, dispatcher, logistics analyst, operations manager, and ten years as a 911 operator, which was the very best job of them all. I have a pretty straight forward style of telling a story. I write a book like you’d watch a movie and put it down on paper. The underlying theme in my latest book, The Death of Anyone, poses the Machiavellian question: Does the end justify the means? I developed this story around...

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