If youare interested in learning about how to write, how to be a writer, or about the writing life in general, what greater resource and pleasure than frank, in-depth interviews with best-selling authors? Len Wanner returns with the second in his Crime Interviews series, this time featuring: William McIlvanney Tony Black Doug Johnstone Helen FitzGerald Quintin Jardine Gordon Ferris Craig Russell Douglas Lindsay Ray Banks Denise Mina So much more than a collection of writing tips, The Crime Interviews Volume Two is brimming with pithy, witty and sometimes just plain weird revelations. It provides a unique and unforgettable insight into how authors think... and how they write. qFascinating stuff, whether you are a fan of any particular author, or of the genre as a whole, or even of the wider world of Scottish and British Literature in contemporary times. In fact, I may just have to go back and read both volumes againabq a from the foreword by Ian Rankin See also The Crime Interviews Volume One for nine more interviews. What they said about Volume Oneab qThis is fascinating reading and a real treat. A rare insight into the minds of a diverse group of crime writers, writing in one genre, living in proximity, but all with utterly different, individual voices.q a Peter James, author of Dead Like You qLen Wanner is the perfect interrogator, subtle, accommodating and incisive, and these interviews elicit many layers of deep, dark and vital intelligence.q a John Banville, author of The SeaI will give you 12 e-books, the best of my stable, and for the 12 days of Christmas we will sell them at Ap1 each. ... The result was that on Christmas day there may have been 100 to 120 new e-books flashing up on the Amazon Kindle screens, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Crime Interviews: Volume Two|
|Publisher||:||Blasted Heath Ltd - 2013-12-05|