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Guest Post by LISA UNGER on her fondness with ‘Psychological Suspense’ |Blog Tour & International Giveaway

Lisa UngerLisa Unger is the New York Times and internationally bestselling, award-winning author of sixteen novels. Her new release UNDER MY SKIN is named one of the most anticipated and top thrillers of fall 2018 by BookBubBookishLibrary JournalBooklistPopSugar and CrimeReads.

Her books are published in twenty-six languages worldwide, have sold millions of copies and have been voted “Best of the Year” or top picks by the Today show, Good Morning America, Entertainment Weekly, Amazon, Indie Booksellers, Goodreads and Sun Sentinel to name a few. Continue reading “Guest Post by LISA UNGER on her fondness with ‘Psychological Suspense’ |Blog Tour & International Giveaway”

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img_4508-copy.jpgRohan Dahiya, comes from a military background and thus for the most part have spent a childhood moving around a lot before we finally settling in Gurgaon. He says while it didn’t do much for his social skills it did teach him to be comfortable in his own company “because there have been so many days where my sister and I had nothing to do in the empty mess in some corner of Siliguri”. Another thing he could never manage was being serious about his education. “I’m sometimes amazed I even made it through those exams even studying literature in DU wasn’t exactly a joyride. Finally I found Chapter 101 a bookstore started by Mr. Raju Singh, and here I feel like I belong, like this is the place I’m really supposed to be!”

The Bitter Pill Social Club” is his first novel.

1. How long did it take to make this book a reality?

So the first draft was super quick, I was done in a few months but then it went through a few round of edits and rewrites which is when I ended up adding a few more layers of depth to the story rather than it being a frivolous account of these lives. All in all I’d say a year and a half I guess from start to the final print. Continue reading “ROHAN DAHIYA – AUTHOR INTERVIEW”

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 Jane A. Harris grew up in a devout Mormon family in Sandy, Utah. She studied Italian art history, Italian language and Studio Art and graduated from BYU with a degree in humanities. She and her twin sister are the oldest of seven children.

While she has been an excellent story-teller her siblings all her life, Riven (My Myth Trilogy #1) is her first published novel. Secret Keeper, the second installment of My Myth Trilogy comes out March 20th.

  • Riven has an unique plot. What has been the inspiration behind that?

Personal experience mostly. Some mine, and some borrowed from people who entrusted them to me. I can’t claim all of Emily’s experiences, but they are real. Emily has my personality, and her siblings are my children. Continue reading “JANE ALVEY HARRIS – AUTHOR INTERVIEW AND GIVEAWAY”

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T.C. Collins has been an avid writer and traveler throughout her life before turning her hand to fiction. She lives in the Midwest with her husband, young son, and a big dog. Hot Toddy is her first novel.


  • When did you first realise that you wanted to be a writer?

    I knew from a very young age that your imagination will set you free. I”ve always known I wanted to tell stories. Take you away from your everyday world and lose yourself in an intirerly new one. Continue reading “T. C. COLLINS – AUTHOR INTERVIEW AND GIVEAWAY”

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J.M. Robson is the author of the horror-thriller novel, ‘Three Little Words’ who lives in a small village on the outskirts of Dundee in Scotland. She owns a QHSE management system consultancy company, which keeps her very busy and sometimes makes it difficult to get as much writing done as she would like. She has been writing stories all her life but ‘Three Little Words’ is the first one she has chosen to publish. She is married, have one son and two grandchildren.