Thrillerfest was a blast. I did not get a picture of Lisa Scottoline, but I did mange to get her to sign my copy of One Perfect Lie. Below is a sampling of the terrific writers who shared their time and insight.
Karin Slaughter interviewing Lisa Gardner:
Getting “cozy’ with Cheryl Hollon and Susan Furlong at a panel about plot twists. Spoiler alert, they are recommended.
The prolific J.A. Vance signing books, and looking like she’s having a grand old time.
Me, after bumping into the incomparable Walter Mosley.
On a rainy day, at the Block Island library, no less.
I love flowers that turn during the day to face the sun
Let’s just say that I liked her second book enough to read the first, and that the issues I have with both are far outweighed by what I loved.
Terrific. A great example of a book where the plot is as thin as a pre-adolescent ballerina, but the writing just so gorgeous.
Because hearing a book reviewed on NPR really does influence my reading habits.
Reading a Lianne Moriarty Book is like going away for a girls’ weekend with your best friend.