George Bernard Shaw said that “all professions are conspiracies against the laity.” This week, we ask ITW Members Robert Rotstein, Evonne Wareham and J. H. Bográn “How do writers invite readers into the conspiracy?” You won’t want to miss it!
Welsh author Evonne Wareham writes romantic suspense, set in Europe. Her debut novel, Never Coming Home, won the 2012 New Writers’ prize, presented by the Romantic Novelists’ Association of the UK, and was recently a nominee for a Reviewers’ Choice award from RT Book Reviews magazine. Her second book, Out of Sight Out of Mind, features a scientist who reads minds and a down and out who can’t remember his own name.
Robert Rotstein is an entertainment attorney with over thirty years experience in the industry. He’s represented all of the major motion picture studios and many well-known writers, producers, directors, and musicians. Corrupt Practices is his first novel (June 2013, Seventh Street Books). He lives with his family in Los Angeles, California, where he is at work on the next Parker Stern novel.
J. H. Bográn, born and raised in Honduras, is the son of a journalist. He ironically prefers to write fiction rather than fact. José’s genre of choice is thrillers, but he likes to throw in a twist of romance into the mix. His works include novels and short stories in both English and Spanish. He’s a member of the International Thriller Writers where he also serves as the Thriller Roundtable Coordinator. You can find him on Twitter @JHBogran, Facebook and Blogger.
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