Posts Tagged ‘ Allan Guthrie ’

Interview: Allan Guthrie

November 14, 2011
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Interview: Allan Guthrie

Allan Guthrie’s shit is dark, funny, intense, and more than a little twisted.  The author of such novels as Savage Night, Slammer and Hard Man, he’s one of the Nerd’s favorite writers working today, so you better believe I fucking relished the chance to hit him up with some questions about the new e-pub he launched this month with...

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Interview With Allan Guthrie about E-publishing Bye Bye Baby

February 8, 2011
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Interview With Allan Guthrie about E-publishing Bye Bye Baby

This is the seventh in a series of interviews with authors about their experiences dipping their toes into the epublishing pool. Allan Guthrie is the author of the e-book Bye Bye Baby. Spinetingler Magazine: When did you write Bye Bye Baby? Allan Guthrie: I pitched the idea to an editor at a local publishing...

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Introduction: Interviews With E-publishing Authors

January 31, 2011
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Every day more and more authors are experimenting with e-publishing their works. Either through Kindle or other sites like Smashwords; either on their own or through a publisher; either publishing their back catalog or all new and original works. Some sites make self-publishing seem like Amway or one of those find your fortune, wealth...

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Kiss Her Goodbye by Allan Guthrie – review

September 23, 2010
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Kiss Her Goodbye by Allan Guthrie – review

I originally reviewed Kiss Her Goodbye by Allan Guthrie on November 18th, 2006. Allan Guthrie presents a surprisingly sophisticated and well crafted tale that subtly weaves in subplots and observations of his characters that keep the suspense going until the final chapters. This is a down and dirty and sometimes mean tale that begrudgingly...

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