Tag Archives: weapons

5 Writing Tips for Punching up Fight Scenes

I love reading and writing action-oriented stories. It doesn’t matter if it’s a movie or book—I love all the action with fights, weapons, car chases, martial arts, or an old-fashioned shootout. It may sound easy enough to write, but you … Continue reading

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Emily Stone’s Weaponry: Knife or Gun?

I love asking Benjamin Sobieck questions about weapons–he is an incredible resource for weapons as well as a great writer. As I begin outlining the next two Emily Stone Thrillers, I have some decisions to make as far as her … Continue reading

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A Knife for Vigilante Detective Emily Stone

I am always looking for ways to add to Emily Stone’s arsenal when she goes on her covert investigations hunting serial killers. I wanted to add a knife as back up to her Glock and Beretta, so I decided to … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Benjamin Sobieck and The Invisible Hand

Synopsis: Wil Reynolds doesn’t remember murdering two of his neighbors in the small North Dakota town of Betrug. He’ll need to think fast, because the sheriff just hired a ruthless vigilante to hunt him down in the chaos of the … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Will a Conveniently Placed Item Stop a Bullet by Benjamin Sobieck

I thought a very interesting and thought-provoking crime article from friend and author Benjamin Sobieck would be a perfect post today — being Thriller Thursday and all.  Enjoy! *** Will a Conveniently Placed Item Stop a Bullet? by Benjamin Sobieck … Continue reading

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Silencers: Great as Plot Devices and Not Much Else by Benjamin Sobieck

One of the most enjoyable aspects of being a thriller author is meeting talented, fun people.  My guest post today is by crime fiction author Benjamin Sobieck.  A wonderful writer and he pays close attention to those little details, especially … Continue reading

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