Author Interview with Greta Boris

1) How do you plot novels? Do you outline? I use a method I created called the Plot Menu. I first figure out who my characters are using the Enneagram personality types, then I create a spreadsheet in a three act structure, plug in major plot points, and start writing! I go back to it every 5 or 6 chapters […]

TV Series Review: You

I never expected Netflix would drop so many chilling thrillers around the Christmas season, but since I’m a huge fan of the genre, I say: the more, the merrier. “You” is the story of boy meets girl, boy falls in love with girl and woes her, and girl eventually falls in love with boy. Except that in this case, the […]

TV Series Review: Perfume

“Perfume” is a strange series to release just around the holidays. Christmas holidays makes you long for fluffy, warm, feel-good series, and “Perfume” is anything but warm and fluffy, or feel-good. In fact, it’s quite the opposite: cold, chilling, and with the uncanny ability to create an acute sense of unease for anyone viewing it. Nadja Simon is a female […]

TV Series Review: The Alienist

“The Alienist” is a mix of Jack The Ripper with Sherlock Holmes, and even has some remnants from Penny Dreadful. The atmosphere is gloomy and dark, as we expect from a show set at the end of the 1800s – the approach of the twentieth century, as the characters often describe their own time period in the series. Rather than […]

TV Series Review: Requiem

Requiem is the kind of rare gem that shows up on your Netflix feed every so often and that makes you jump in delight because it’s just so good. It’s a series that pulls you in from the start featuring eerie music, paranormal happenings, and a relatable heroine who is so flawed and so lost that you can’t help but […]

Author Interview with The Black Rose

I’m interviewing The Black Rose today, author of romantic supsense “The Killing Game”. Enjoy the interview! Author Interview When did you know you wanted to become an author? I knew this from when I was a child. I was always writing something but never had the courage to let anyone read what I had written.   What inspired you to […]

Author Interview with Kim Knight

I’m interviewing Kim Knight today, author of romantic suspense “A Stranger in France”. Thanks for visiting my blog! Author Interview   When did you know you wanted to be an author?  I’ve always loved reading and writing since school. I started writing seriously, at a time when I had the chance to focus on it, life changed for me somewhat […]

Author Interview with Polly Becks

Today I’m interviewing Polly Becks, author of romantic suspense “Thursday’s Child: Far to Go”. Welcome to my blog, and thanks for stopping by! When did you know you wanted to be an author? Well, I think it may have been in fourth grade. We had a miserable history chapter to study, but our teacher gave us several options about how […]

Author Interview with H.A. Raynes

I’m interviewing H.A. Raynes, author of thriller “Nation of Enemies”. Welcome to my blog, and thanks for answering my questions! When did you know you wanted to be an author? It was a process, actually! In fifth grade I had this amazing creative writing teacher who I remember vividly. Long hair, wire rim glasses, lanky. He had us call him Victor. […]