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Thriller Writers Lecture Series

Are you ready to write an engrossing thriller that readers can't put down? In this series, comprised of 15 recorded presentations, bestselling authors share their firsthand experience and techniques both in writing thrillers and in getting their careers established. Get the inside scoop on the changing publishing industry while exploring strategies for portraying point of view and pacing your story appropriately. Examine the ins and outs of writing villainous characters, authenticating your story with psychological details and using forensic evidence. With help from these experienced authors, you'll be ready to create edge-of-your-seat suspense and complete a thriller novel that agents can't resist.

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David Baldacci, Interview

In this fun and informative Q&A session, bestselling author David Baldacci (The Whole Truth) answers questions about researching techniques, traveling through Europe, writing Absolute Power and more. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 36 minutes)

Eric Van Lustbader Interview

New York Times bestselling author Eric Van Lustbader (The Testament, The Bourne Sanction) discusses how he became a writer, how the publishing industry is changing and where he gets his story ideas. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 47 minutes)

Spotlight Guest Presentation: Kathy Reichs

Kathy Reichs, author of the bestselling Temperance Brennan series, explores the forensic thriller genre, explaining why people are so captivated with murder and how the O.J. Simpson trial helped drive people to take interest in more science-driven thrillers. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 45 minutes)


First Person Narrative With Steve Martini

Bestselling author Steve Martini (Shadow of Power) explains the pros and cons of omniscient point of view, how to use it effectively and how it affects your protagonist. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 47 minutes) 


Thrill of the Chase

Kramer, Jesse Kellerman and Andrew Gross define pacing, explain how to successfully inject it into your work and offer advice on how to achieve the right tempo for the story you're trying to tell. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 43 minutes)


From Thriller Fan to Thriller Writer

Authors Shane Gericke, Lawrence Light, Jordan Dane, Alan Jacobson, Susan Crandall and Philip Donlay discuss how they got their agents, marketed their books and became bestselling writers. Video from ThrillerFest 2008(Length: 51 minutes)

What Makes a Great Villain? 

Authors Thomas O'Callahan, Meredith Anthony, Carla Neggers, Allison Brennan and Jim Daher talk about their approach to writing villainous characters, the elements of serial killers and the subtle differences between good and evil. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 48 minutes)


How to Write an Action Scene With James Rollins

New York Times bestselling author James Rollins shares his secrets on dealing with conflict in a scene and presents his seven rules to make your character sympathetic so your reader becomes emotionally attached and sticks with your story. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 53 minutes)

After Harry: Young Adult Thrillers

Authors R.L. Stine, Wendy Corsi Staub, Robert Lipanulo and Jon Land talk about defeating the obstacles all YA thriller writers face when trying to get published, trying to sell their work and trying to write a successful series. Video From From Thrillerfest 2008. (Length: 49 minutes)


Dangerous Minds and Dead Bodies

Cyril H. Wecht, M.D. And Dr. Katherine Ramsland, Ph.D. share insight from years of forensic experience. Wecht gives insight from having performed thousands of autopsies; Ramsland has researched and written about the history of forensics. They discuss new methods for gathering and testing evidence, as well as the psychology of pairs of killers and copycat killers. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 48 minutes)


How Do You Create Suspense? with Lee Child

The New York Times bestselling author Lee Child (Jack Reacher series) explains that while people think creating suspense is a lot like baking a cake (the right ingredients, proper proportions, following directions, etc.), it's not. It's all about making people extra hungry. Here's how to ask a question and make readers stick around for the answer. Video from ThrillerFest 2008.

Learn How to Pitch Your Book

Award-winning author Kathleen Antrim (Capital Offense) and bestselling writer Bob Mayer (The Novel Writer's Toolkit) say if you can't describe your plot in 25 words or less, you aren't ready to pitch. Both offer tips on how to describe your plot in one sentence while eliciting emotion and setting up the "What If" that will hook an agent. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 52 minutes)

The Psychology of Character Thought, Action and Dialogue

Award-winning author D.P. Lyle, M.D. (Howdunit Forensics) says that in order to write any story you must first understand what makes people do what they do. Here he breaks down the different segments of personalities that will help you better understand your characters. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 50 minutes)

Z7224 ThrillerMaster: Sandra Brown, Interviews by M. Diane Vogt

Sandra Brown, author of 56 New York Times bestselling novels, says the key to writing thriller novels is planting a question in the first scene and answering it in the last scene. In this 40-minute presentation, she explains the ins and outs of writing a thriller, titling books and the work ethic that contributed to her success. Video from ThrillerFest 2008. (Length: 46 minutes) 

Know When to Hold 'em or When to Fold 'em

Bestselling author Laura Joh Rowland (The Snow Empress) and agent Pam Ahearn (The Ahearn Agency) discuss how to weather the ever-challenging publishing industry, why persistence is a valuable asset and how to know when your best move is to move on. (Video from ThrillerFest 2008.) (Length: 40 minutes)


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