Posts about Suspense
#2MinBookReview – The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine
Okay, first of all, can we just say that I need some lighting lessons here? To be truthful, I’m usually rushing to do my videos, because whenever the cat hears me talking on video, she sprints to climb into my lap. I’ve had too many videos ruined by cat-tail in...
#2MinBookReview – Coldwater by Samuel Parker
This week’s #2MinBookReview is the supernatural thriller Coldwater, by Samuel Parker. This is the first Parker book I’ve read and it had shades of old Ted Dekker in it that I really enjoyed… and seems eerily appropriate for my Friday the 13th recommendation. Watch below to find out what it’s all...
#2MinBookReview: The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjalian
This is my second try with a Chris Bohjalian book (I DNF’d the The Sleepwalker)… and it came as quite a surprise to me. Watch on to see what I thought!
Guest Post: Writing the Romantic Suspense Novel, by Lisa Carter
1. The essence of any story is conflict and the tension produced by unmet desires. Conflict and tension are ratcheted higher in romantic suspense with life and death stakes. 2. Questions for the plotting process—What do my main characters want? What goes wrong? What’s at stake? What can I do...