AUTHOR WORK-SPACES: Gardiner, Segura, Ulfelder and...

This is our latest in a series of author’s sharing photos of where they work when they create the great books we love to read. I find it interesting that the work spaces seem to be a different at the writing styles. If you click on the photos you can see them larger. Meg Gardiner: In the last year I have moved from London to Austin. Much of my upcoming novel was written on airplanes. When the tray is not in an upright position, it works as a desk. Steve Ulfeder: Believe it or not, the attached is a photo of my favorite workspace: the mall in Natick, Massachusetts! Twice a week, I come here and bang out 2000 words. The wireless is great,...

Book Review – COLD CITY by F Paul WIlson Dec03

Book Review – COLD CITY by F Paul WIlson

COLD CITY –  F. Paul Wilson Nov 2012 – TOR   Repairman Jack won’t fix a leak or put on new cabinet doors for you.  He’s not that kind of fix-it man.  However, if you have a problem and no one else will help you, he’ll fix it in interesting, and sometimes brutal ways.  When we first meet Jack in THE TOMB, he’s already well-established in New York with several friends and contacts that make him successful at what he does.  He is cold, calculating, and ruthless in the pursuit of putting things right for those in need.  In COLD CITY, we see Jack in his early days in New York, searching for a new life free of strings and old...

F. Paul Wilson: 5 BOOKS/ ALBUMS/MOVIES THAT CHANGE...

CRY HORROR by H.P Lovecraft (Avon paperback edition of The Lurking Fear and Other Stories) Everybody (well, almost everybody) remembers when he or she lost their virginity, and most writers of the fantastic remember their first brush with HPL. Mine was “The Thing on the Doorstep” in The Macabre Reader. It so impressed me that I went in search of more by this weird guy who used words that kept sending me to the dictionary. I came up with Cry Horror, and that concentrated dose of cosmic horror blew my teenage mind. I’d been raised Catholic with all that comfortable good-evil dualism with a bearded, paternal God watching over you and...

F PAUL WILSON ~ JACK: SECRET VENGEANCE
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F PAUL WILSON ~ JACK: SECRET VENGEANCE

February 1st,  the latest from F Paul Wilson hits the shelves. It’s a Young Jack book, the adventures of Repairman Jack as a youth. If you like the regular series you’ll love this. Your kids will love it. Hell, your pets will love you reading it out loud.In SECRET VENGEANCE someone close to Jack has is attacked by someone that everyone loves. Jack isn’t going to stand for this and sets out to make thing right.I love these books (and everything else F Paul Wilson puts his name on), elements of great crime fiction, action and adventure. Paul is also truly one of the coolest authors we have met. He’s funny, laid...