E-book Review: Blackbird: A Warrior of the No-When

It has been quite a while since this segment has aired and today, we’re delving into the book Blackbird: A Warrior of the No-When. And with us is the author of this amazing read, Martin Schiller. What inspired you to write this book? I had always toyed with the idea of writing a period piece, and the notion of combining this with time travel and … Continue reading E-book Review: Blackbird: A Warrior of the No-When

Writing, a process: Character Development

A writer is a storyteller with a goal, keep the act going, the audience needs to believe the story, and for that, the characters need to breath, they need to be as realistic as possible. I am going to tell you how I have written countless books with well fleshed characters. The process of character development is both entertaining and exciting, it’s building people from … Continue reading Writing, a process: Character Development

The Writer’s Voice: The memoir author telling all

It’s yet again another segment of The Writer’s Voice and today we’re getting up close and personal with the memoir writer telling all, past experiences, trauma, secrets about love and it’s all exclusive right here on The E-book Review. Starting off, we’re welcoming guest author Charlotte Thomason. It’s wonderful to have you, here, how do you feel? Honestly, Iā€™m a bit nervous, but excited to … Continue reading The Writer’s Voice: The memoir author telling all

Open and Close Method: How to write mystery

I love writing mystery books, it’s my genre and often at times I get asked how they’re so good? It’s simple, really. I just do what I like to call the Open-and -Close-Method. This simply implies opening a problem: The general problem of the book and solve it. But then the book is too small and not all that interesting, I mean, yeah, Peril was … Continue reading Open and Close Method: How to write mystery

Book Lab: To New York’s Attorney Chapter one

Lawrence Harrington was dead and Manhattan knew this. Newspapers would have the headlines by morning; reporters and writers and photographers were at the scene barking questions at anyone behind the police tapes, each eager to cover the story as it unfolded. Pedestrians with busy fingers tweeted and posted. Rumors surged like wildfires. To New York’s Attorney ( Chapter One) I am more than excited to … Continue reading Book Lab: To New York’s Attorney Chapter one