A Conversation With Baron R. Birtcher on Social Media: Bestseller. No Website. No Me. (Killer Writers)
Killer Nashville founder Clay Stafford continues his series of interviews with mystery, thriller, and suspense authors. Here he has a conversation with bestselling novelist Baron R. Birtcher about author websites and social media.
Jane Porter: On the Joy of Writing Mature Characters
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jane Porter discusses celebrating the nature of getting older in her new romance novel, Flirting With Fifty.
Chanel Cleeton: On Reader Enthusiasm Conjuring Novel Ideas
Author Chanel Cleeton discusses how reader curiosity led her to write her new historical fiction novel, Our Last Days in Barcelona.
The Writer's Digest Interview: Marlon James
Booker Prize–winning author Marlon James talks about mythology and world-building in his character-driven epic Moon Witch, Spider King, the second book in his Dark Star Trilogy in this interview from the March/April 2022 issue of Writer's Digest.
David Adams Cleveland: On Truth Revealing Itself in Historical Fiction
Award-winning novelist David Adams Cleveland discusses the timeliness of his new novel, Gods of Deception.
Benjamin Myers: On Fleeting Moments Becoming Finished Novels
Award-winning author and journalist Benjamin Myers discusses the out-of-body experience of having the idea for his new novel, The Perfect Golden Circle.
T.M. Blanchet: On Letting Go of What’s Holding You Back
Author T.M. Blanchet discusses the unforeseen element of surprise in publishing her debut YA fantasy, Herrick’s End.
Jennifer Estep: On the Ever-Evolving Industry of Publishing
Internationally bestselling author Jennifer Estep discusses what she learned in publishing her newest epic fantasy novel, Tear Down the Throne.
Marcia DeSanctis: On a Decade of Traveling Through Essays
International bestselling author Marcia DeSanctis discusses the process of combing through a decade’s worth of travel essays for her new travel memoir, A Hard Place to Leave.
Soon Wiley: On Finding Meaning in Moments of Tragedy
Award-winning writer Soon Wiley discusses what inspired the idea for his debut novel, When We Fell Apart.