ThrillerFest V has come to a close following a few great days of workshops, panels and socializing. I had a fantastic time and will be heading back next year for my third ThrillerFest.
Here’s some links to articles about the event. I’ll be sure to post pictures soon.
Over at Publishers Weekly Barbara Vey has these posts:
Thrillerfest: Ken Follett Thrillmaster
NPR has this piece titled How To Write A Page-Turner: Tips From ThrillerFest
Media Bistro shares what Gayle Lynds had to say about never making fun of your villains
Deadline.com reports from a panel where Lorenzo Carcaterra chose the 10 best thriller films made from books, the 10 worst, and the 10 he most wants to see get made in this article titled Thriller Books-To-Films: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly.
Meg Gardiner answered the questions we were all dying to ask about ThrillerFest here
Media Bistro shared Lisa Gardner’s advice in Befriend Your Local Law Enforcement: Thrillerfest Dispatch.
Spencer Seidel shares his thoughts about the highlights of Thrillerfest here
Over at KOSU News you can find a piece on How To Write A Page-Turner: Tips From ThrillerFest
Writer’s Digest editor Jessica Strawser shares R.L. Stine’s Secrets to Success in YA
Rebecca York shares her love of Thrillerfest and what Ken Follett and Harlan Coben had to teach her here
Jason Pinter talks about Thrillerfest: The Pillars of the Publishing Industry at the Huffington Post
William Dietrich discusses Thrillerfest and the 100 Thrillers You Must Reads.
Over at the Variance Publishing blog is Back From Thrillerfest V…What a Ride!
And Gregory Fisher gives us a rundown on The 2010 ITW Thriller Award Winners
If you have additional posts to add feel free to leave them in the comments section.
So much info – what a great job! Hope you had a blast.