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Interview with MTW Author Marilynn Larew

Interview of Marilynn Larew

Author of The Spider Catchers and Dead in Dubai

1. When did you decide to seriously write a novel and why?

I don’t think anybody decides to become a writer. You’re walking along minding your own business one day when it seizes you from behind, and bam! you’re a writer for good or ill. Whether you have to get up at five am and write before getting the children off to school and you to your day job, or whether you have some hours during the day free to work, as I do, you write because you can’t not write, and you hone your skills hoping one day to become a published author. Continue reading “Interview with MTW Author Marilynn Larew”

Interview with MTW Author – S.W. Frontz (Limited Instafreebies Today)

S.W. (Sherrie) Frontz was born in Charotte, North Carolina but raised in East Tennessee. She graduated from college with an accounting degree, eventually working in a sales office. After a couple of years, she met her true love and husband, Rusty. This year Rusty and Sherrie celebrated their 20th wedding Anniversary. Congratulations you two! It is my personal pleasure to interview Sherrie about her life as an author of two amazing books in her Land’s End series, When Morning Comes (1st book in the series) and Don’t Look Back (2nd book in the series). Sit back and enjoy the life and times of one amazing lady. If you would like a preview of her Land’s End series, please check out Sherrie’s links below. Also, plan to pick up a limited copy  of both of Sherrie’s books today on Instafreebie. see links below Continue reading “Interview with MTW Author – S.W. Frontz (Limited Instafreebies Today)”

Guest Post: Romantic Mystery Vs. Romantic Suspense by Award-Winning Jacqueline Seewald

Multiple award-winning author, Jacqueline Seewald, has taught creative, expository and technical writing at Rutgers University as well as high school English. She also worked as both an academic librarian and an educational media specialist. Seventeen of her books of fiction have been published to critical praise including books for adults, teens and children. Her short stories, poems, essays, reviews and articles have appeared in hundreds of diverse publications and numerous Continue reading “Guest Post: Romantic Mystery Vs. Romantic Suspense by Award-Winning Jacqueline Seewald”

Book Review: Don’t Look Back (Land’s End Book 2) by MTW Author Sherrie Frontz

If you’re looking for action in your serial killer reading stack, be sure you’ve added Don’t Look Back, Book 2 in the Land’s End series by Sherrie Frontz. In the first 5 chapters, I had already fallen in love with co-protagonist, Kellyn Grindstaff, and found her plight in life realistic and relatable in every aspect. It’s always fun to wish good things for the heroine of the story, but Kellyn and her best friend’s mom, Sam, have wonderful sympathetic pull on readers heartstrings from the first page. Continue reading “Book Review: Don’t Look Back (Land’s End Book 2) by MTW Author Sherrie Frontz”

Why the beep do people like Fantasy? by a Fantasy Writer David Kummer

What is something you hate? What is something you love? The thing about opinions is that somebody always disagrees with you. There is somebody that loves what you hate and hates what you love. What…

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The Value of a Cliffhanger by MTW Author R.M. Gauthier

Writing Mysteries intrigued me because I love a good cliff-hanger. There I’ve said it, so shoot me, as for anyone who says they don’t like them or don’t do them they’re not …

Source: The Value of a Cliffhanger by R.M. Gauthier

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How My First Novel Influenced My Fifth by MTW Author H. W. “Buzz” Bernard

Of the five novels I’ve published, my first, EYEWALL, remains by far the best seller.  That’s been a little difficult for me to come to grips with, since I don’t think the book necessarily reflects…




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Inside the Writers Mind with Adam Rabinowitz

I can’t speak for other authors – I write because I love to write, but that doesn’t mean that people will want to read what I’ve written. So that leaves an interesting puzzle on t…

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Porter’s Rule: Slave to the City

You serve the city all your life. Then you do one stupid thing and everything falls apart.

It started off as just another day on the job, when Porter saw her sitting there in the diner. Her long, flowing auburn hair, and that look of sadness in her eyes. Alarm bells rang for Detective Matt Porter. The ones that said All women are Trouble. No Exception. Rule 2. But the one thing Porter can’t turn his back on is a woman in trouble. So when the two men in dark suits cornered her, Porter’s rules went out the window. He couldn’t help stepping in to save Grace. He just didn’t know that sometimes, stepping in to be the hero backfires.

His life quickly unravels as Porter’s growing attraction to Grace and his own uncontrollable desire to rescue her from her abusive and jealous ex-boyfriend destroy more than just his personal life. Disobeying his boss’s orders while investigating a powerfully connected suspect threatens his career as a detective, and Porter finds himself on the wrong side of the law.

Somebody is trying to kill him. Is it Grace’s jealous ex-boyfriend, or is it connected to the case which points to some very powerful people in the city? Porter doesn’t have much time to solve the riddle with a target on his back. To save himself he has to become what he’s been fighting to stop all his life.

Porter’s Rule: Slave to the City is a detective thriller that grabs you from the opening, and will have you riveted right to the gripping climax. Porter finds himself in one impossible predicament after another, and will have you on the edge of your seat in this suspense-filled, action-packed fight to stay alive and to prove his innocence.

The Porter’s Rule Detective Series introduces the stubborn, witty, cynical and resourceful Matt Porter and the world of power and crime he fights to clean up. If you love a good detective thriller, detective suspense, or detective romance, then this detective novel will have you riveted from the start.

Lost Soul: Immortality

Once every thousand years, a Pure Soul appears on earth. To mere mortals, this phenomenon holds no particular significance. But to those who possess the powers of magic, both good and evil, the Pure Soul is the one object they must secure, as it affords them the only thing their magic cannot conjure – Immortality.

A thousand years ago, in a small town in Italy, an ageing evil sorcerer and his two apprentices hunted the Pure Soul to obtain it’s rare power over death. But in a brave and selfless act, Asaranth, the girl endowed with this rare and powerful gift, eluded them and denied the wizard the chance to live forever.

Now, a thousand years later, the Pure Soul has reappeared on the earth.

Cassandra, a university student on holiday in Italy with a group of friends, discovers that she is the Pure Soul. But the ancient evil wizard and his apprentices, their magic transferred through the ages to their living descendants, seek to devour the Pure Soul tom complete their quest for immortality. A summer vacation suddenly becomes a terrifying relentless chase in which Cassandra must escape with her life to save the world from darkness that would surely follow if the evil wizards were to obtain her soul.

Cassandra is thrown into a terrifying fight for survival as the forces of evil pursue her in a foreign land. But she cannot fight them alone. Hidden in this strange place are allies who have been watching, waiting for the Pure Soul, their very mission to protect. But can she find them? And are they a match for the power of the descendants of the Great Wizard?

Meet the Highwaypersons by Geoffrey Monmouth Participating MTW Author

Who are the Highwaypersons?  What are they like? People have asked me about the main characters in my book Highwaypersons: Debts and Duties.   It is hardly an unreasonable question and it is not on…

Source: Meet the Highwaypersons by Geoffrey Monmouth Participating MTW Author



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