Thriller Roundtable

September 10 – 16: “Antagonists, why we love to hate them?”

This week we take a look at antagonists and try to answer the question: “Why do we love to hate them?” Join ITW Members M.R. Gott, Connie Archer, Don Helin and Kathy Reichs. You won’t want to miss it!
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September 3 – 9: “What is the primary job of a thriller?”

Is it purely entertainment? Escapism? To provoke thought? This week, ITW Members Grant McKenzie, Sandra Parshall, David Sakmyster, J. H. Bográn and Jean Harrington answer the question, “What is the primary job of a thriller?” It’s another can’t-miss discussion on TheBigThrill.org.
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August 27 – September 2: “The Spy Thriller: How do you blend reality with fiction?”

This week join ITW Members Dan Mayland, Andrew Kaplan, John Wayne Falbey, Josie Brown, Joseph Amiel and Seana Graham as they discuss Spy Thrillers and the art of blending reality with fiction. Stay tuned!
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August 20 – 26: “The Science Thriller: How do you get your science right? Does it matter?”

This week ITW Members Angie Fox, C.E. Lawrence, Laurie Stevens, John Wayne Falbey, Joseph Amiel and Amy Rogers discuss the science thriller: “How do you get your science right? Does it matter?” It’s a can’t-miss week for thriller writers!
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August 13 – 19: “The Legal Thriller: How do you recreate the legal world?”

This week we discuss the Legal Thriller and answer the question: “How do you recreate the legal world?” Join ITW Members Cathy Scott, R. J. Jagger, Joseph Amiel and Vickie Sutton. It’s gonna be a thriller!
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August 6 – 12: “The Historical Thriller: How important is accuracy?”

This week ITW Members D.P. Lyle, Lissa Kessler, R. Thomas Riley, Yvonne Anderson and Karen Maitland as they discuss the historical thriller and ponder the question: “How Important is accuracy?”

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July 30 – August 5: “Research, do you love it or hate it?”

This week ITW Members Dan Mayland, R. Thomas Riley, Andrew Kaplan, Cathy Scott, F.J. Lennon and C.E. Lawrence discuss their love (or not) of research. You won’t want to miss this!
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July 23 – 29: What is the most extreme thing you’ve done in the name of research?

This week the Thriller Roundtable gets extreme when Joseph Amiel, Kathryn Casey, Thomas Young, Ken Pelham, Alex Kava, Lissa Kessler, Angie Fox, R. Thomas Riley and Kathleen George answer the question: “What is the most extreme thing you’ve done in the name of research?”
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June 16 – 22: “What are the pitfalls of using real people as characters?”

This week ITW Members discuss the pitfalls of using real people as characters. Join Joseph Amiel, Eugénie D. West, Karen Harper and Francine Mathews. You won’t want to miss this!
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July 2 – 8: “Which comes first, plot or character?”

With just one more Roundtable discussion before ThrillerFest VII, we try to answer the question: “Which comes first, plot or character?” Join ITW Members Joseph Amiel, Charles Martin, Michael D. Urban, Allison Leotta, Jon Land, Meg Gardiner and John Hartness.
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June 25 – July 1: “How do you raise the stakes to the next level?”

This week ITW Members Joseph Amiel, Eyre Price, Miranda Parker and C.E. Lawrence discuss what it takes to raise the stakes to the next level. You won’t want to miss it!
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June 18 – 24: “Do thrillers always need to play on a large canvas, or can an intimate story thrill?”

This week, join ITW Members Joseph Amiel, Eyre Price, Vincent Zandri, Bob Mayer, Annie Hauxwell, Jean Harrington and Pamela Callow as they discuss whether thrillers always need to play out on a large canvas, or if an intimate story can deliver the same thrills. more »

 
 

June 11 – 17: “What are high stakes and why are they important?”

ITW Members Joseph Amiel, Eyre Price,  Maria Hudgins and Robert Dugoni discuss the importance of high stakes. You won’t want to miss it!
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June 4 – 10: “What are the advantages of using new media to bridge readers with authors?”

This week we’ll discuss the advantages of bridging readers with authors using new media. Join ITW Members C.E. Lawrence, Joseph Amiel, Eyre Price, Nathaniel Kenyon, Vincent Zandri and Bob Mayer!
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May 28 – June 3: What is the inspiration behind your story in the Love is Murder anthology?

This week join ITW Members William Simon, Laura Griffin, Jon Land, Alexandra Sokoloff, Jeff Ayers, Dianna Love, James Macomber, Pamela Callow and J. T. Ellison as they discuss the inspiration behind their story in the LOVE IS MURDER anthology.

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