News and views about today's greatest debut fiction
Written on Apr 30, 2012
David Freed's debut, Flat Spin, stars a flight instructor who's pulled into a murder investigation. The mystery is good, but is the novel?
Jason Bovberg talks with emily m. danforth about her inspirations, her debut novel, and her subject matter.
Written on Apr 25, 2012
Novelist Alex Adams talks about the writing and publishing process behind White Horse, her first novel.
Written on Apr 18, 2012
Deborah Coates answers a few questions about the writing and publishing processes she followed for her debut novel, Wide Open.
Written on Apr 17, 2012
The Return Man, by V.M. Zito, is a new entry into the ever growing zombie culture. But does it stand at as the best the genre has to offer?
Written on Apr 13, 2012
I recently caught up with Michael Olson, author of the Strange Flesh, to ask him about the novel, hackers, and the porn industry.
Written on Apr 11, 2012
First-time author Owen Laukkanen discusses the writing and publishing process behind his debut thriller, The Professionals.
Written on Apr 8, 2012
Michael Olson's debut novel, Strange Flesh, is hacker noir with an edge; a thriller rife with computers, perversion, violence, and mystery.
Written on Apr 7, 2012
According to critics and readers alike, The Professionals, the debut novel by Owen Laukkanen, is a fun, well-written, fast-past thriller.
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