To start I just want to say thanks to Fire Quill Publishers for the opportunity to host this stop on the Notorious Minds Boxset Tour! This is a great collection of stories that I think everyone should look into.
Title: Notorious Minds Boxset
Genre: Mystery/Thriller Crime
Release day: 13th of October
Pre-order period: 17th March
Publisher: Fire Quill Publishers
What does it take to commit the perfect crime?
Delve into these dark and twisted tales by twenty USA Today and International Bestselling Authors. No matter what kind of crime story typically catches your imagination, there’s sure to be something for everyone.
Conspiracies, political plots, and yes, even murder, are just a few of the crimes waiting inside this box set. Discover a narcissistic grandmother running an underground syndicate, or a support group bent on murder…and even a serial killer who turns his victims into fairytale creatures.
Prepare to delve into an elite killing team who made a mistake, an oil rig filled with secrets ready to explode, and a reporter uncovering a treasonous plot.
Uncover how fatal passion, jealousy, and fear can be to a group of royal marines and learn from a detective who is far from home fighting demons from his past in order to stay alive.
Can you figure out how the police solve a killer’s confession to nine murders that haven’t happened yet? or how a girl that got a heart transplant became the FBI’s number one ally in solving crimes?
This box set is packed with thousands of pages that will hold you on the edge of your seat, crying for answers. Definitely a must for fans of Patterson, Lee, and Grisham. One-click it today!
AUTHOR LINE UP:
Judith Lucci – USA TODAY AND WSJ BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Carlyle Labuschagne – USA TODAY
Eva Winters – USA TODAY
Lena Bourne – USA TODAY
Karen M. Bryson – USA TODAY
Inge – Lise Goss – USA Today
Karen Randau – Award Winning Author
Eric J. Gates – Award Winning Author
Deborah Shlian & Linda Reid – International Bestselling Author
Sian B. Claven – Award Winning author
Majanka Verstraete – International Best selling author
Thomas J Eyre
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Guest Post Interview with Eva Winters:
About Eva Winters
Q: Where are you from?
A: I’m from New Orleans, Louisiana but currently live in Texas.
Q: Any areas of expertise or degrees?
A: I’m certainly no expert but I do know a lot about banking, logistics and retail. I have a BSc. in Management
Q: Tell me about your past jobs.
A: I’ve worked in banking and retail sales, however, the past seven years, and before my current position, I worked in transportation logistics. I look forward to being able to write fulltime.
Q: How long have you been writing?
A: Since I was a ckid. I’ve been writing poems, songs, and stories, since I was a kid. But it wasn’t until February 2015, that I decided to write fiction stories fulltime for publishing.
Q: What made you want to become a writer?
A: As a kid, we didn’t have a lot. We grew up in poverty stricken areas. My imagination was my greatest asset. It allowed me to push past my reality and explore life beyond my then current situation. Through writing, a shy girl like me could express herself without limits, creating worlds outside of her own. I could write about things I wouldn’t discuss with anyone, whether it was true or not. I became a writer because I love creating stories and characters, building worlds, inspiring others, and the empowerment that comes from having no limits.
Q: What’s your favorite music?
A: I love all music. What I listen too at any given time just depends on the mood I’m in.
Q: Do you have a favorite television show?
A: It just depends. Right now I’m into Good Doctor. I do watch other shows occasionally but unfortunately never when they first air. I usually take a few days out of the month to catch up.
Q: What’s your favorite movie?
A: Man on Fire
Q: What are your hobbies?
A: Well of course I love writing. But I also love reading, dancing, traveling, and family time.
Q: How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?
A: I’ve written eleven or maybe more under different pen names. I’ve published nine of them. Saving Zoe is my favorite.
Q: What kind of feedback do you get from your readers?
A: The feedback I get varies. Mostly, readers seem to like the action and suspense I bring to each of my stories regardless of the genre.
Q: What genres do you write in?
A: Crime thrillers and suspense, romance suspense, and paranormal suspense, occasionally.
Q: What words do you find yourself using too often when writing?
A: I can’t think of specific words I use to often, but I do tend to get carried away with adding -ly to adjectives, converting them to adverbs. Needless to say I have an editing section just for getting rid of those.
Q: Name one thing you wish you could go back in change about your life.
A: I wish I would have developed healthy eating habits earlier in life. Eating healthy is very important and the older I get, the harder it becomes.
Q: Who do you most admire?
A: My mother. She’s very humble and her strength and courage amazes me.
Q: What is your best quality?
A: Being able to look at situations objectively.
Q: Who’s your favorite hero/heroine?
A: Noomi Rapace played by Lisbeth Salander (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)
Q: Who’s your favorite villain?
A: Tony Montana played by Al Pacino (Scarface)
Writing Habits and Thoughts
Q: How many hours a day to you devote to writing?
A: It depends. Some days I write a little and some days I write a lot. Every day, I do something writing related whether it’s brainstorming, editing, plotting, promoting, etc.
Q: How many drafts do you create on average before coming up with your final stories?
A: Too many. At minimum, four.
Q: Who’s your favorite author?
A: I like multiple authors. It would be hard to pick one as a favorite.
Q: What’s your favorite book?
A: Saving Zoe because it’s my first published book (and because I think it’s a great story). ☺
Q: Do you have a favorite series?
A: I really enjoyed the Stranger Series by Jennifer Jaynes.
Q: As an author, what’s the best advice you’ve ever gotten?
A: The best advice I ever got was from my editor, Meg. I’m going to pass it on. “Just write like you write and don’t try to write like the next person.”