Guest Post by Dora Calott Wang, M.D.

I’m reading Dr. Calott Wang’s book right now and this guest post is a good introduction to what her book is about. ~Amber Is Wall Street Making Life or Death Decisions? By Dora Calott Wang, M.D., Author of The Kitchen Shrink: A Psychiatrist’s Reflections on Healing  in a Changing World Is your health insurance company… Continue reading Guest Post by Dora Calott Wang, M.D.

Guest Post/Article by Simon Cox

I don’t read much non-fiction. I simply don’t have the time, and when I do, its not generally from the “thriller” genre. So how come I have written three guide books to three thrillers? The answer is simple. Dan Brown. What Brown has managed to do brilliantly within the framework of his novels, is weave… Continue reading Guest Post/Article by Simon Cox

Introduction to: Decoding The Lost Symbol by Simon Cox

Introduction by Simon Cox, Author of Decoding The Lost Symbol: The Unauthorized Expert Guide to the Facts Behind the Fiction It was April 2009, and I was just arriving at the London Book Fair at the Earls Court Exhibition Halls. I was intending on catching up with friends, my UK publisher, and having a general look… Continue reading Introduction to: Decoding The Lost Symbol by Simon Cox

Rising Above it All: How Rambo’s Creator Earned His Pilot’s License – guest post by David Morrell

Rising Above it All: How Rambo’s Creator Earned His Pilot’s License By David Morrell, Author of The Shimmer Readers familiar with my fiction know how much I love doing research. For Testament, I enrolled in an outdoor wilderness survival course and lived above timberline in the Wyoming mountains for 30 days. For The Protector, I spent a week… Continue reading Rising Above it All: How Rambo’s Creator Earned His Pilot’s License – guest post by David Morrell

Memoirs, Movies and Those (Mostly) True Stories – Guest Post by Steve Luxenberg

  Memoirs, Movies and Those (Mostly) True Stories A Writer’s Take on Reality’s Rough Edges By Steve Luxenberg, Author of Annie’s Ghosts: A Journey Into a Family Secret  Why do they do it? Why do so many film makers put “based on a true story” or some variation as one of their opening frames, when they… Continue reading Memoirs, Movies and Those (Mostly) True Stories – Guest Post by Steve Luxenberg