Join us as Katia shares her thoughts on story craft and idea germination as she discusses her latest thriller, A Map of the Dark, which she wrote under the pen name Karen Ellis. Learn techniques to improve your novel or short story, no matter what stage you’re in.
Nationally acclaimed author Carter Wilson takes us deep into the world of suspense as he discusses his latest chiller Mister Tender’s Girl, inspired by the Slender Man attacks. You’ll also learn tips on telling bedtime stories to your children from a premier storyteller.
With sales of over 12 million copies, John is one of the leading suspense writers in the world. A master of the craft, he is also the co-president of International Thriller Writers, the premier organization worldwide for authors of suspense and thrillers.
As one of the top action and military thriller writers in the country and co-author of three novels with legendary novelist Tom Clancy, Mark shares his insights on writing killer fight scenes, researching international thrillers, and climbing into the mind of an assassin.
E. Lockhart is the author of the New York Times bestseller We Were Liars, discusses her latest novel Genuine Fraud, a story told backward. Get the inside scoop on how she crafted this unique story.
Simon Moore is a multi award-winning writer and director working in theater, film, and television. Listen in as he peels back the layer of his creative process and reveals secrets to writing for both the stage and the screen.
Critically-acclaimed mystery writer Hallie Ephron has been an Edgar Award finalist and four-time finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. An expert on character and plot, she shares time-tested tips for improving your writing.
Mystery and crime writer Jeff Gulvin brings a unique perspective on storytelling with a careful eye for detail in his critically-acclaimed novels. Jeff’s insights and anecdotes will inspire you to tell better stories yourself.
Eva shares the cold-sandwich approach to critiquing others’ writing, insights on Southern fiction, and her unquenchable passion for helping aspiring writers reach the next level of excellence.
Former TV executive and international bestselling novelist Simon Toyne talks through what he learned in the film industry and how anyone can shape better stories by applying those lessons.