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Character Development in Thrillers

I ghostwrite a lot of thrillers for my valued clients. (Surprised? Don’t be!) Naturally they often ask questions about the writing process and the relative importance of various elements including character development. Generally in thrillers you don’t spend much time … Continue reading

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The Secret of Success of Genre Novels

My fiction clients often ask me if I think their novel could be a success, or even a best seller. My answer is that once you reach a certain minimum level of professionalism in your writing – which takes some … Continue reading

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“No Fun in the Fens” by Mike Ryan, edited by Thomas Hauck

Congratulations to Mike Ryan, whose latest novel “No Fun in the Fens” was just published by Charles River Press. In this book, volume three of Ryan’s sensational Cootch Connolly Mysteries, turn-of-the century Boston probation officer Cootch Connolly discovers that two … Continue reading

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“The Ghost Writer” – Review by Thomas Hauck

I found “The Ghost Writer”┬áby Robert Harris in the mass-market paperback book rack at Shaw’s supermarket in Gloucester. My overall report is that it’s a good, brisk read that gets the job done. I actually finished the book, cover to … Continue reading

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