Today we get the chance to sit down and talk with P. G. Sundling, the author of The Internet President: None of the Above (you can check out our 5-star review of his novel HERE). The novel, Sundling’s first to be published, has been met with quite a bit of commercial and critical success, and so we took the opportunity to ask about the process behind writing it. If you’d like to check out his novel, you can read more about it on AMAZON!
Non-Spoiler Review of The Internet President: None of the Abovefiction
Rating: 5/5 Stars
Now Available on AMAZON
Fact vs. Fiction. Separating the two, especially in today’s world seems to be harder than it used to be. Whenever you see a headline, you can’t help but wonder how much is real and how much is exaggerated or even completely fabricated. These themes are prevalent in P. G. Sundling’s newest novel, The Internet President: None of the Above.
Interview with Author Gareth J. Frankfiction
Today, we have the pleasure of interviewing Gareth J. Frank, the author of The Moment Between (you can read our 5-Star review HERE). After reading and reviewing his novel, we had the privilege of speaking to him for a bit. Gareth is a prolific writer, and The Moment Between has received quite a bit of praise since its release. If you want to learn more about Gareth, you can check out his debut novel on AMAZON!
Interview with Samuel W. Gaileyfiction
Today, we have the pleasure of interviewing Samuel W. Gailey, the acclaimed author of two novels, including The Guilt We Carry (you can read our 5-Star review HERE). After reading and reviewing his novel, we had the privilege of speaking to him for a bit. Samuel is a prolific writer, and all of his works have been met with a quite a bit of praise since their releases. If you want to learn more about Samuel, you can check out his WEBSITE or take a look at his books on AMAZON!
Book Review: THE GUILT WE CARRYfiction
RATING: 5 STARS
Read more about the novel on AMAZON and GOODREADS!
The thriller genre is often said to be over-saturated with veteran authors and new talents, making it a tall task to break into the genre and gain exposure. Finding a gem in the sea of novels can be difficult, but it is always worth it when you find a jewel such as Samuel W. Gailey’s The Guilt We Carry.
Interview with Joe Giordanofiction
Today we have the pleasure of speaking with Joe Giordano, and accomplished author. Joe’s most popular works are the novels set in his Anthony Provati thriller series. The series’ second installment, Drone Strike, is set to be released on April 15. It has already received several raving reviews, and it is now up for pre-order. You can find the book on AMAZON and BARNES & NOBLE.
For the next few days the e-book version of the novel is available at a discounted price of 99 cents, so definitely take advantage of that promotion if the story interests you. You can learn more about Joe and his other works on his WEBSITE.
Update on Thriller Magazine’s 3rd Issuemagazine, writing
I hope this post finds you well. I wanted to send out a quick update in regards to Thriller Magazine’s 3rd issue. We’ve received a TON of amazing submission from many hard working writers, artists, and poets since opening up our reading period in January. We are reviewing the submissions as quickly and efficiently as we can. So far, we have responded to all the submissions sent to us in January. If you sent a submission in the month of February, you can expect to hear back from us within the next 7 – 10 days! If you submitted a piece in March, you should hear from us by no later than the end of April.
If you haven’t already done so, please consider checking out our latest issue HERE!
Thank you for your support of our publication!
Editor-In-Chief of Thriller Magazine
Interview with Author C.E. Bakerfiction
Today we have the pleasure of speaking with author, C.E. Baker. The author of 3 published novels, which you can check out on AMAZON, Mr. Baker was born and raised in London. He has prior experience working in the film industry before starting his writing career, so this was a great chance to delve into how the publishing and film industry intertwine!
Interview with Author Julia Benally.author
Today, we have the pleasure of speaking with author Julia Benally. Julia is an up-and-coming author who focuses on the horror/thriller genre. She has had many shorter pieces published in a variety of places, and she recently published her debut novel, Pariah, which is available on AMAZON! Check out Julia’s WEBSITE to read more of her writings.
Interview with Author Daron Everett Jonesfiction
Today, we are speaking with author Daron Everett Jones. A native of northern California, Daron is a graduate of California State University. He writes in the dark thriller genre and has published several shorter works. His first full-length novel, The Godplay Dare is set to be released in 2019! You can learn more about Daron on his WEBSITE.
Submissions for our 3rd Issue are now Open!fiction, litmag, magazine, writing
Happy New Year! To ring in 2019, we are excited to announce that the reading period for our 3rd issue is now open! We are looking for short stories (up to 4,000 words), flash fiction, poetry, and artwork. Please visit our SUBMISSIONS PAGE for more information on how to submit your work. Also, we encourage you to check out our 2nd issue to get a good idea of what we publish. You can check it out HERE!
If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interview with Award-Winning Author Michael Brackenfiction
To say that Michael Bracken is a successful author would be an understatement. Along with writing over 1,200 short stories, Michael has authored several novels and edited multiple anthologies. He has received two Derringer Awards for short fiction and the Edward D. Hoch Memorial Golden Derringer Award for lifetime achievement in short mystery fiction. You can learn more about Michael’s amazing career and check out some of his works though his WEBSITE!
We were fortunate enough to feature Michael’s short story, “Deliver Us From Evil,” in our 2nd Issue (which you can read HERE). After the issue’s publication, Michael was kind enough to take the time to answer some questions we think many readers and writers would love to know.