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Topic of the Week: Thrillers–What Scares You? March 30, 2009

Posted by Carolyn Burns Bass in Uncategorized.
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JT Ellison

JT Ellison

Thriller novel sales make up a huge portion of book sales. Join us for LitChat this week as we chat about favorite thriller titles and why we love to be scared. 

Guest hosting LitChat on Wednesday, April 1st is JT Ellison bestselling author of the critically acclaimed Taylor Jackson series, including All the Pretty Girls, 14, Judas Kiss and Edge Of Black. She was recently named “Best Mystery/Thriller Writer of 2008” by the Nashville Scene.The Chicago Tribune said this about JT Ellison: “Fusing gritty cop drama with dark psychological thriller, Ellison distinguishes herself with exceptional character development, consistently breakneck pacing and a sense of authenticity.”

JT will offer a signed copy of Judas Kiss during her April 3rd LitChat appearance.

Follow JT on Twitter: @thrillerchick.

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1. Robin Wendell Glover - April 3, 2009

OK, I have to admit, just the term, ‘dark psychological thriller’ is enough to send me under the bed. I’m the kinda person that spent the entire time during my first viewing of Alfred Hitchcock’s movie, “The Birds”, with my coat over my head. And yet, I hear you. I know that others fly to the thriller shelf in the bookstore. My husband reads them in bed and teases me by threatening to read out the grisly bits while I cower.

Working on my own novel has mad me wonder if I just need to get over myself. My heroine is just just now coming to the top of some attic stairs and I have a nagging suspicion she is not going to find a cuddly squeaky toy up there. Sigh. Guess I better stop typing and get me to a book store quick to start a serious desensitizing & a learning regimen :>o

2. litchat - April 3, 2009

I confess, I am not a thriller lover either. Still, I have to admire the craft and skill that authors like JT Ellison and others put into their writing.


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