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There was a time, when talking about politics, was taboo. Today, it is common place to read, or hear about one political view or another; expressed openly; and in some case violently. With so many political scandals being revealed, one tends to wonder what else is being covered up; and in the name of “Diplomacy” of all things. We, as a nation, have given a lot of power, to a few people. People we trust to make “right decisions”, for the good of the country; are those the only decisions being made…”right decisions”? “Too much power in the wrong hands”, can cause chaos. What about “too much power” in the right hands? Good intentions, don’t always deliver good results; then what about “bad intentions”. Politics, Scandals, Greed, Power, Violence; how do we begin figuring it all out? Tonight we’ll tackle “Political Thrillers”. We welcome back “Movie Maven” Ms. Karen D.” to give us her spin on the four, politically based, films up for review!
Brrr!!! During this Halloween-theme episode, horror expert A.J. Hakari rants and raves about horror flicks set in snowy locations. Plus, host Betty Jo Tucker reviews The Colony, a sci-fi Ice Age thriller that will be released on DVD the day of this show. What are Hakari’s Top Five Chiller Thrillers? And which frightening snowy films will end up on his worst list? Nominees under consideration include such movies as 30 Days of Night, Let Me In, The Shining, Misery, The Thing, Dead Snow and Wind Chill.
Hakari, aka The Mad Movie Man, is one of Movie Addict HQ’s favorite guests. He’s a member of the Online Film Critics Society and has contributed film reviews to such diverse outlets as Terror Tube, Review Express, Classic Movie Guide, and ReelTalk Movie Reviews. He also created his own film-related blog, Cineslice, which is now featuring a popular 1970’s Horrorthon.
What actually constitutes a "Thriller"? Adventure? Action? Mystery? Page-turning ratios?
Browse around your local B&N (while you still can) and you might notice that the Horror section has dwindled to one or two bookshelves, while Thrillers and Fantasy novels can fill two or three aisles. It's clear that the Horror label is considered a minus to marketing mavens in the publishing industry, and yet--the Thriller and fantasy sections are chock full of -- horror books!
Hmmm. So what's the real deal? Join us this Wednesday at 8pm Eastern for a riveting, spine-tingling, bone-chilling, ________ (insert your own thriller cliche here), look at what makes a Thriller…a Thriller.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes Reavis Wortham, thriller novelist whose books are set in the west. Rev is an award-winning photographer, journalist and educator from Texas with a Masters Degree in Communication and one heck of a storyteller. His "Red River Mysteries" series is a tightly wound trip through the west that will leave your heart pounding, your fists clenched and your thirst for a magnificent thriller quenched. See his work at http://reaviszwortham.com/.
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Authors on the Air present thriller and mystery novelist David Wood, who will speak to the art of writing and crafting a mystery or thriller novel and what the differences are.
A word from the author: I'm an action-adventure author who first fell in love with the genre through children's mysteries like the Hardy Boys and Three Investigators. Later, I discovered Doc Savage, Indiana Jones, and Dirk Pitt. If you like contemporary thrillers, ancient mysteries, and creepy creatures from legend, give the Dane Maddock Adventures a try!
David Wood is the author of the Dane Maddock Adventures series as well as several other titles. He co-hosts the ThrillerCast podcast and is a contributing author at Thriller Central. David and his family live in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Hello Ladies and Gents! You all know what time it is so are you ready for the Showtime lol! Get your popcorn ready because it's going to be wild 30 minutes in sports with me as your host on the all new Jay Byrd Show!
Authors on the Air Host Pam Stack welcomes author Timothy Hallinan to the studio. Edgar, Shamus, Macavity and Lefty nominee Timothy Hallinan has written 16 published novels, all thrillers and mysteries. He currently writes two series, one set in LA and the other in Bangkok.In the 1990s he wrote 6 mysteries featuring the erudite private eye Simeon Grist, beginning with "The Four Last Things," which made Ten Best lists, including The Drood Review. The other books in the series were well reviewed, and several were optioned for motion pictures. The series is now a cult favorite. Since 1982 he has divided his time between Los Angeles and Southeast Asia, the setting for his Poke Rafferty novels. Visit Tim's website at http://timothyhallinan.com. On Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Timothy-Hallinan/e/B000APW06C.
Thank you to author Robert Gregory Browne who composed and plays our theme music. Underwriting generously provided by Michal Lowndes at PML Media, Inc & Author Marketing Hub, building SEO , mobile device friendly websites exclusively for authors. Sponsorship comes from Lindsay MCKenna author of military romance; JCarson Black, author of intelligent crime fiction and 2014 BOOK OF THE YEAR winner; D.D. Corbitt, author of "The Amaretto". Local sponsorship given by Discount Pets & Supplies; order online at http://discountpetsandsupplies.com.
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Empowered Living Radio host Tori Eldridge chats with the founders of History Matters, Steve Berry (NY Times and #1 International Bestselling Author) and his wife Elizabeth Berry (Executive Director of ITW) about their Southern family traditions, fan book tours, Christmas, and the importance of preserving history. http://www.steveberry.org
Recorded at http://thrillerfest.com
Tori Eldridge is the author of Empowered Living Expanded Edition: A Guide to Physical and Emotional Protection. http://ToriEldridge.com
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Next Steps Host Jenny Milchman, and the International Thriller Writers (ITW) present award-winning author of The Demonologist, Andrew Pyper. Andrew won the 2014 Award for Best Thrilller from ITW. How do you create an award-winning novel? Join Andrew and Jenny as they discuss the nuts and bolts of writing thrillers, uncover industry secrets, and share what life is like after the award is announced. Please call with questions for Jenny and Andrew at 347-884-8266. For more on Andrew, please visit his website at http://www.andrewpyper.com/. The International Thriller Writers are on the web at http://thrillerwriters.org. Find Jenny Milchman at http://jennymilchman.com.
Underwriting for this podcast generously provided by Michael Lowndes at PML Media, Inc. On the web at http://pmlmedia.com.
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David Pupa is a first time author who has written a can’t put it down thriller involving a serial killer striking during Hurricane Sandy. From the back cover of the book The Magician: "Hurricane Sandy ravages the Jersey Shore while simultaneously providing the backdrop for a horrible crime. A serial killer takes advantage of the night’s ferocity and inflicts his own damage. The madman then disappears leaving a famed FBI agent broken in the process. The intrigue builds as a young man with an intellect rivaling that of Einstein and Da Vinci is tragically connected to the Bureau’s top agent. As the investigation is renewed, the murders begin once again. While the mystery unravels, no one is truly safe." Yeah, I read it straight through in a single sitting, because I couldn't go to sleep until I knew how it ended. But we’re definitely not gonna spill the beans on the ending! David was a Wall Street stockbroker, and post 9/11 decided on a career change. He returned to school and become a psychotherapist – who better to get into the mind of and write the character of a genius sociopath? David has always been an avid reader, mainly enjoying suspense and thrillers. The Magician has gotten excellent reviews, but the journey to publishing a novel isn’t quick or easy, and David will share his experience with us. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes award-winning author Christopher Rice. By the age of 30, Chris Rice had published 4 NY TImes best-selling thrillers, received a Lambda Literary Award and had been declared one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive. "The Heavens Rise" was a finalist for the BramStoker award. 47North recently picked up Chris's supernatural thriller, "The Vines". Although much media attention surrounds Chris as the son of Anne Rice, he is a spectacular writer in his own right. Please join me when I welcome Chris to Authors on the Air. Thonas & Mercer also publish his thrillers. Visit Chris's website at http://christopherrice.com. Call in to chat at 347-884-8266.
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Underwriting for this podcast generously provided by the website designers for authors PML Media. Inc and Author Marketing Hub. On the web at http://pmlmedia.com. Theme music provided by author, composer and musician Robert Gregory Browne. Thank you to tonight's sponsors Discount Pets and Supplies, on the web at http://discountpetsandsupplies.com. Author sponsorship provided by Linsday McKenna, J. Carson Black and Cherry Adair.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes author Mark Rubinstein to the show. Mark is a practicing psychiatrist and best-selling thriller novelist from New York. Although he always dreamed of paying for the Dodgers, his love of sports drove him to read sports fiction. Before turning to fiction, Rubinstein coauthored five medical self-help books. Read more about Mark on his Amazon author page at http://amzn.to/1yncdke. Pam met Mark at Thrillerfest a few years ago and Mark has stopped by the studio every year since then. To speak with the author, please call 347-633-9609.
Corporate underwriting generously provided by Author Marketing Hub and Michael Lowndes. On the web at http://authormarketinghub.com and PML Media at http://pmlmedia.com.Sponsorship for tonight's program is provided by military romance author Lindsay McKenna, crime fiction author J.Carson Black and debut fiction novelist D.D. Corbitt, author of "The Amaretto", coming to a port near you!
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