Tag Archives: Steven James

Indie-Publishing: Devil’s in the Details

Last week, I read a post by suspense master, Steven James, called “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” on the award-winning blog Writer Unboxed (Jan. 31, 2017). He warned against settling for less than your best, taking the easy way as … Continue reading

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Reader Manipulation, a Lesson from Steven James

Loved this post from a few years back, and decided it needed to resurface . . . Reader manipulation is a writer’s tool for the experienced author, and Steven James illustrates just how experienced he is in his recent release, … Continue reading

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Steven James: Tension by the Scene

Baker/Revell sent The Queen to me not long ago, and I’m thrilled to get it. I’ve never read Steven James, but I can tell you now–even only 1/5 into the book–I’ll read his work again. The man knows what he’s … Continue reading

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