The Hunting, women's fiction with suspense elements, is a story of survival as a single mom, the complicated fallout of an obsessive search for the perfect guy, and how online dating can get really, really ridiculous for everyone involved. Humorous, snarky and suspense-filled, The Hunting is a page-turner!! Click on Amazon icon above to order your copy.
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- The Story I Know By HeartFebruary 18, 2018 A guest post by regular contributor Stephanie Raffelock A few years back I attended a writer’s workshop in Portland. One afternoon, a panel of authors sat on the stage and talked about process. I don’t recall who … Continue reading → The post The Story I Know By Heart appeared first on […]Larry Brooks
- Three Things You Have In Common With All WritersFebruary 6, 2018 by Art Holcomb I’ve seen several thousand students in my career and, from that vantage point, trends and patterns appear. One of those trends details things that all developing writers get wrong in the beginning of their … Continue reading → The post Three Things You Have In Common With All Writers […]Larry Brooks
- Pillar 3: The Short Feedback LoopJanuary 25, 2018 By Art Holcomb Many of you have heard about the scene I caused at a Starbucks some time ago when I confronted about a dozen writers, working away on their screenplays and novels at the coffee house. … Continue reading → The post Pillar 3: The Short Feedback Loop appeared first on […]Larry Brooks
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Working on my third book, ironing out the plot and racheting up the suspense. Tentative title is "The Reunion," which will follow "The Deadening." More to come on "The Deadening!" In the meantime, I'm keeping up with best-selling suspense & mysteries and supporting authors by buying books and reviewing them on Amazon! Please give authors a review, it means the world to them!