Murder, She Wrote Author Interview: Terrie Farley Moran

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Terrie Farley Moran is the co-writer, with Jessica Fletcher, of the fabulous Murder, She Wrote mystery novels based on the long-running television series. Her newest book is Murder, She Wrote: Death on the Emerald Isle. I had the pleasure of interviewing Terrie, and during our discussion, she revealed big news: the title of the next Murder, She Wrote book! Watch the entire video interview below to find out what the title is. During our discussion, Terrie shared insights on how she got this incredible gig, her thoughts on Angela Lansbury, her creative process, and much more. Enjoy!

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Scribd: The World’s Largest Digital Library

Scribd is the world’s largest digital library. Audiobooks, eBooks, podcasts, magazines, and more — all in one subscription. Even better, you can read for free for 30 days by taking advantage of the free trial offer afforded to new subscribers. I subscribe to Scribd, and I use it all the time, devouring a wide array of audiobooks. You might be asking, “What’s the difference between Scribd, Audible, and Kindle Unlimited?” Read on for more details, and make sure to take advantage of the free trial that Scribd offers to see the differences for yourself.

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HALO: Ghosts of Onyx

The Halo live-action series debuted on Paramount+ today! You can watch the first episode of this long-awaited series right now. I look forward to checking it out myself. To get you in the mood, read on for my thoughts on the fourth book in the Halo novel series: Ghosts of Onyx.

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Audiobook Review — Halo: First Strike

Today, while taking part in an Xbox Ambassadors playdate, where I was participating in Halo: Infinite multiplayer matches with a group of gamers from around the world, one of them asked, “Have any of you read the Halo novels?” I chimed in saying, “Actually, I’m reading all of them, and I just finished the third book in the series.” That book is First Strike by Eric Nylund. I listened to the audiobook, narrated by Todd McLaren, using the Downpour app. Read on for my thoughts on this third foray into the world of Halo.
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Audible Review: Waking Nightmare

The best video games excel at worldbuilding, which means they create an environment for the play that is consistent, rich, and unified. The Elder Scrolls, The Witcher, Resident Evil, and Super Mario Bros. are perfect examples of this. The video game franchises that take this a step further do so by allowing that world to exist in multiple mediums, such as books. One that has explored the literary space exceptionally well is Hello Neighbor, and I recently finished the second book in this popular young adult novel series entitled Waking Nightmare.

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Spring Reading List: Three Books Worth Checking Out

My to-read list is never ending. However, there are three books that are near the top of the list and I think you should check them out.

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Working With James Patterson: BookShots Authors Tell All

IMG_7188In June James Patterson launched his BookShots imprint, and since then more than one million copies of these bite-sized thrillers have been sold. I recently spoke with two of the authors who’ve written books for this imprint: Brendan DuBois and Erin Knightley.

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Cross My Heart and Hope To Die by James Patterson

patterson-ac2122uk-e1417455534602Cross My Heart and Hope To Die by James Patterson are two parts of one story. The first part takes place in Cross My Heart and it concludes in Hope To Die. To my knowledge, this was the first time James Patterson did this so, naturally, many fans were upset with the cliffhanger ending of the first book. I wasn’t because I knew this going in. If anything, it made me look forward to reading Hope To Die even more, so I could see how things wrapped up.

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James Patterson Starts A Reading Revolution

IMG_7188Today, James Patterson started a reading revolution. Its name is BookShots, a new imprint under Little, Brown and Company. What makes these books so special? Each title will be under 150 pages, competitively priced at less than $5, and will be available in a new compact paperback format (and as ebooks and audiobooks). Patterson will be writing, collaborating on, or personally curating every title. Oh, and there’s already 117 of them ready to go.

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A Conversation with John Lescroart

John LescroartJohn Lescroart is an exceptional author who I had the good fortune of meeting at ThrillerFest last July. He is a New York Times best-seller with more than 25 books to his name, and his latest novel, The Fall, which came out in May, has been receiving phenomenal reviews.

Below is an interview John was kind enough to do with me. I hope you enjoy it.

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