Interview – Bryce Allen

Bryce Allen, author of the meta-thriller The Spartak Trigger, stopped by to chat writing, the Maritimes and telemarketers. Welcome to Every Read Thing, Bryce.  Has writing been something you’ve always wanted to pursue? Thanks for having me! I can’t say it’s something I’ve always wanted to pursue but it’s definitely something I’ve always done in one form…

Interview – James L. Thane

I’ve been a fairly avid user of the social networking site Goodreads for over five years now.  In that time, I’ve made many new friends and discovered countless great reads.  However, in the case of James L. Thane, he’s hit both categories.  James agreed to stop by to chat his Phoenix based crime series, his…

Interview – Lawrence Block

Over the last few years, I’ve been making my way through Lawrence Block’s Matt Scudder series.  I’ve also branched out into his novels with Hardcase Crime as well as his Bernie Rhodenbarr series with last year’s self-published release, The Burglar Who Counted The Spoons.  As you could probably guess, Block has emerged as one of my…

Interview – Blake J. Harris

Blake J. Harris, author of the new book CONSOLE WARS:  Sega, Nintendo, And The Battle That Defined A Generation, stopped by to chat narrative nonfiction, NHL ’94 and the feature film adaptation of his work.   How did you come to write Console Wars? By accident, almost. Before I set out to write a book…

Interview – Nick Cutter

I recently had the chance to chat with debut author Nick Cutter about his stomach churning horror novel, The Troop.  Nick stopped by to chat Stephen King, the perils of being a pen name and not worrying about trying to please every reader. Hi Nick, welcome to Every Read Thing!  Can you tell us a…

Interview – Chris Rhatigan

Chris Rhatigan, author and editor, stopped by to chat All Due Respect Magazine,  crime fiction and favorite reads of 2013.  Here’s the bio: Chris Rhatigan is the editor of All Due Respect and the Pulp Ink anthologies. He is the author of more than 50 short stories and the novella, The Kind of Friends Who Murder Each Other. He lives in…

Interview – Alex Hughes

Alex Hughes, author of the Mindspace Investigative Series, stopped by to chat her novels, biology and actor Benedict Cumberbatch. First things first, who is Alexandra Hughes and how did she find herself writing novels? Alexandra Hughes is a shameless nerd, history buff and physics person who loves great food and great stories.   I’ve always…

Interview – Jake Hinkson

After reading Jake Hinkson’s Hell on Church Street and his follow-up The Posthumous Man, I just knew I had to get Jake on here to field a few questions.  Mr. Hinkson stopped by to chat religion, the Ozarks and all things noir. What kick started your love affair with all things noir? I think you…