Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben’s First Time By Rick Pullen Don’t you just want to hate a successful novelist who never took a creative writing class? None. Not one. Not even an English course in college? Well, there was that one class in Shakespeare, if that counts. Yet the world loves Harlan Coben with more than 30 novels […]

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Michael Koryta

Hasn’t been overlooked since college. By Rick Pullen New York Times bestselling author Michael Koryta got the call from the records office at Indiana University shortly before he was scheduled to graduate. Looking back, it’s easy to understand why he overlooked a single core prerequisite. Koryta was busy writing part-time for the Bloomington Herald-Times, he […]

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Lawrence Block

Clean Copy for Dirty Books Leads to a Life of Crime. By Rick Pullen When they’re young, most writers dream of writing the great American novel. Lawrence Block was more pragmatic. He wrote erotica. It not only paid the bills but forced him to write clean copy for dirty books. He was forced to write […]

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