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Mary Higgins Clark: Celebrating 40 Years of Keeping Readers In Suspense

Mary Higgins Clark

Mary Higgins Clark is the New York Times bestselling author of over three dozen books that have sold over 100 million copies in the US alone. Her fame as a writer was achieved against heavy odds. Born and raised in the Bronx, her father died when she was eleven and her mother struggled to raise Listen Now

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Anthony Breznican: Journalist Turned Novelist Explores The Brutalities of Youth

Anthony Breznican

Anthony Breznican was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1998. He has worked as a reporter for The Arizona Republic, Associated Press, and USA Today. He is currently a senior staff writer for Entertainment Weekly. Brutal Youth is his debut novel. A coming-of-age tale, a dark comedy, Listen Now

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Jessica Swift: One Top Book Editor’s Tips For Making Your Manuscript The Best It Can Be

Jessica Swift

Jessica Swift has navigated the rapidly changing terrain of the publishing business for over ten years. After earning a degree in English literature from Smith College she worked in-house for a Vermont-based publishing company, steadily mastering all aspects of publishing, from editing to marketing, and eventually acting as managing editor of three imprints. In 2008, Listen Now

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Jack Engelhard: From Indecent Proposal To The Girls Of Cincinnati

Jack Engelhard

Author Jack Engelhard is probably best-known for his international bestselling novel Indecent Proposal, which was made into the blockbuster movie of the same name starring Robert Redford and Demi Moore. Indecent Proposal has sold over 4 million copies worldwide and has been translated into more than 22 languages. Jack is also receiving inquiries from different Listen Now

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Thomas Waite: Putting Real World Experience To Work In Bestselling Cyber Thrillers

Thomas Waite

Thomas Waite’s debut novel, Terminal Value, was critically praised and reached #1 in Contemporary Books, #1 in Contemporary Fiction, #1 Paid in the Kindle Store, and #1 in Kindle Store Suspense at Amazon. Lethal Code is his first in a series of cyber-thrillers. Along with being an author, Waite is an advisor to technology companies Listen Now

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Bette Lee Crosby: Creating Strong Characters In A Soft Southern Voice

Bette Lee Crosby

Bette Lee Crosby is a USA Today bestselling author and winner of 15 Literary Awards. Specializing in Women’s Fiction, she has seven published novels plus two new releases scheduled for later this year. Bette is best known for her strong character portrayals and the heartwarming Southern voice she claims as part of her heritage. Previously Listen Now

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Winslow Eliot: Creative Beginnings Spark A Lifetime of Writing

Winslow Eliot

Winslow Eliot wrote her first story at the age of seven while on a freighter traveling around the world. She published her first novel in 1983. Since then she has published nine additional novels that have  been sold in over twenty countries and translated into eleven languages. Her latest book, Sahti and the Rider, is Listen Now

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Michael Allan Scott: Mixing The Police Procedural and the Paranormal to Perfection

Michael Allan Scott

Michael Allan Scott was born and raised at the edge of the high desert in Kingman, Arizona. His earliest influences came from the artistic flair of his mother and the strong presence of his father. His mother read him to sleep every night, launching him on amazing adventures with an assortment of fantastic characters that Listen Now

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Michaelbrent Collings: Novels, Screenplays, and Cool Robot Arms

Michaelbrent Collings

Michaelbrent Collings is a bestselling novelist and produced screenwriter. His first produced script, Barricade, was made into a movie starring Eric McCormack of TV’s Will & Grace and Perception, and was released in 2012. Michaelbrent also wrote the screenplay for Darkroom, a movie starring Kaylee DeFer (Gossip Girl, Red State) and Elisabeth Rohm (Angel, Law Listen Now

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Russell Blake: How To Sell Loads of Books

Russell Blake

This does not represent the only way to do things, but it’s my way, and is the synthesis of everything I’ve learned over the last 23 months of self-publishing: Pick a genre. Pick one genre that’s popular and with which you are extremely familiar, and then write in that genre. Stick to it. Don’t hop Listen Now

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