As in years past, our London Briefcase highlights top titles that publishers will be touting at this year’s London Book Fair, set for March 12-14 at Olympia London. Here are the highlights. Aevitas Creative Management First Steps by Jeremy DeSilva U.S.
Top 10 Hipster Thrillers from Andrea Bartz | In my new novel, The Lost Night, a woman is forced to confront what really happened back in 2009, when she and her postgrad friends turned Brooklyn into a playground…
Rheea Mukherjee, author of “The Body Myth,” recommends contemporary fiction about conflicted love I t’s ubiquitous, this love thing. It’s the fundamental emotion writers employ to illuminate our human condition. But here’s the deal: love is otiose without conflict. In fact, love can only be defined by it.
Shamus award winning author and Mystery Tribune contributor Kristen Lepionka reviews the some of the most notable crime novels by queer authors this year. You’ll find lots of “books to get excited for this year”-type lists out there right now, but not one featuring new crime books by queer authors.
2019 will be a good year for fans of thrillers and suspense novels: from exciting debuts to new releases from best-selling authors, there are surprises in store all year long.
Ambitious women and behind-the-curtain theater drama? Sign us up! Take a look at the cover for Layne Fargo’s debut novel, Temper, out July 2019, and check out the synopsis below: Actress Kira Rascher has finally landed the role of a lifetime. The catch?
Soon Kira’s caught up in Mal’s offstage drama, too, including his twisted relationship with the theater’s co-founder, Joanna, who sees Kira as a threat to everything she and Mal have built. The closer they get to opening night, the further Kira sinks into character, and the more out of control she feels around Mal.
Our mentors are editing, our mentees are revising, and we hope you’re making progress on your own manuscript! While we’re all working toward the Agent Showcase starting on February 6, 2019, we hope you’ll take a moment during your writing breaks and get to know our 2018 Pitch Wars Teams. Layne, why did you choose Halley?
Pitch Wars Team Interviews: Lana Sloan with mentor Heather Van Fleet & Jessica Calla and Layne Fargo with mentor Nina Laurin
Our mentors are editing, our mentees are revising, and we hope you’re making progress on your own manuscript! While we’re all working toward the Agent Showcase on November 1st-7th, we hope you’ll take a moment during your writing breaks and get to know our 2017 Pitch Wars Teams. Lana, why did you choose to submit to Heather and Jessica?