Publisher News: February 2020

2020 Publisher News: February Monthly Recap


February was a really busy month! We started the first of our “monthly themes” and most of our posts revolved around either that or books in general:) February’ Theme: Mystery/Thriller/Suspense Articles:     What are…

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John Schembra Featured Author

Author Interview: John Schembra, Featured Author


  As one of the authors with Writers Exchange I would like to provide you with a brief background of myself, and explain how and why I began writing. I grew up in the San…

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Karen Weisner, featured author

Author Interview: Karen Wiesner: Our first Featured Author (2014: August)


This month we start with massively prolific author, Karen Wiesner. With over 100 books published she is no novice at her craft, in fact she has even written books ABOUT writing (one of which will…

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Max Overton, featured author

Author Interview: Max Overton, Featured Author (2014: December)


Our featured author this month is WEE’s best-selling author. Max Overton has written a lot of books in various genres, but it is his Historical novels that have been really popular.  In fact, his Ancient…

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Wallace Brown author

Author Interview: Wallace F. Brown, Featured Author


Author Interview with Wallace Brown   My name is Wallace Brown and I live and write in Pennsylvania.  My first novel, “The Shepherd Sleeps” was published in 2008.  It is a thriller set in New…

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Quote from Agatha Christie

Author Quote: Agatha Christie


  Either Agatha Christie or Arthur Conan Doyle was the first mystery writer I ever read… Can’t recall which now:) I found Agatha Christie because my mum was mad keen on them. How did you…

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John Grisham Quote

Author Quote: John Grisham


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Literary Style Courts Thrillers by Linda Kasten

Literary Style Courts Thrillers by Linda Kasten


Upon browsing agents’ wish lists the other day, I was puzzled when I saw the request for “literary thrillers”. An interesting term, I thought. Truly contradictory. Right? From everything I know about literary fiction and…

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Mary Higgins Clark RIP

Mary Higgins Clark, R.I.P.


Mary Higgins Clark, the famous and prolific mystery author, passed away this week. A great loss to the industry. #MaryHigginsClark #books #reading #bookstagram #bookworm #bookgram #instabooks #booklover #booknerd #ilovebooks #bibliophile #WritersExchangeEPublishing

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Mystery/Thriller/Suspense Authors

Our Mystery/Thriller/Suspense Authors


ALTOBELLI, Frank Thriller: Bitter Tree BARRIGER, Forrest Mystery: Dead Certain BERNARD, Patricia Psychological Thriller: Ghosts Dancing on Water Young Adult Thriller: Dinosaur Murder, The Mask BROWN, WALLACE F. Thriller: Jayapura, The Shepherd Sleeps Cathan Mystery…

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Police Mystery Thrillers: Getting it Right by John Schembra

Police Mystery Thrillers: Getting it Right! By John Schembra


Are you writing police mysteries thrillers? Want to get it right? I do, too, though I may have an advantage, having been a police officer for 30 years. Although the home setting for my books…

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What are Mystery, Thriller and Suspense Genres?

What are Mystery, Thriller and Suspense Genres?


Mystery:   The whole point of the story is the big reveal of the bad guy at the end. There must be enough information in the story pointing to the real villain that when they…

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What do you think of when I say, "Mystery, Suspense or Thriller"?

What do you think of?


Do you immediately think of a detective trying to solve a crime? Or a murderer chasing you in the dark? Is it a puzzle you want to figure out, or an emotional rollercoaster of fear,…

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What is a cozy mystery by christine desmet

What is a “cozy” Mystery? By Christine DeSmet


The “cozy” mystery features an amateur sleuth who is usually a woman. The sleuth is likeable, smart and earnest, and they go about life with a good sense of humor. She’s rarely a detective or…

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Sherlock Holmes

What was the first mystery you ever read?


Sherlock Holmes were the first mystery novels I ever read. Do you remember yours?       #Mystery #SherlockHolmes #books #reading #bookstagram #bookworm #bookgram #instabooks #bookblogger #booklover #booknerd #ilovebooks #bibliophile #booktag #WritersExchangeEPublishing

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