A book from my youth

My new column at the Topshelf Magazine deals with a book I read a long time ago. It took me a long time to research for it, to the point that, for a second there, I thought I had imagined it!

http://topshelfmagazine.net/index.php/articles/1156-forgotten-tomes-morris-s-breeder

Went through an interrogation

Fellow author from Rebel e Publishers interviewed me for her blog. Except, she calls it an interrogation.

http://catconnor.blogspot.com/2018/06/todays-victim-is-friend-author-fellow.html

It was fun.

New guest blog post

Doing the Research Right, a blog contribution for This Writer's Life

On the booming film industry from Central America


Here´s the link to a feature article in Yale Global e-zine about the recent boost of the film industry in Central America:
 
https://yaleglobal.yale.edu/content/globalization-and-technology-boost-central-americas-film-industry

Books read in 2017

Instead of showing the post most liked or sharing my memories of 2017, I decided to post the list of books I read during the year.
Here´s my summary. Only a few books. Some of them assignments from The Big Thrill, but managed to include a couple of classics.

The Marsh King’s Daughter by Karen Dionne
Ruler of the Night by David Morrell
Oath of Honor by Mattew Benley
Say Nothing by Brad Parks
Doctor No by Ian Fleming
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Full Wolf Moon by Lincoln Child
The Spy Across the Table by Barry Lancet
The Hounds of Baskerville by Arthur Conan Doyle
Hunger Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff
Capital Gaines by Chip Gaines
The Secrets of Chicory Lane by Raymond Benson
Carnaval de Piedras by Juan Funes
Who Moved my cheese? By Spencer Johnson MD
Direct Fire by Anthony J. Tata
Operator Down by Brad Taylor
Glass Town by Steven Savile

I must add a debt of gratitude to NetGalley for granting me access to some of those books.