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Our Blog Has Relocated to www.KillerNashville.com/blog

The time has come! All of our loyal readers and newcomers can now read the Killer Nashville Blog on our main website (www.KillerNashville.com/blog). We hope to see you there! Clay Stafford Founder of Killer Nashville

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Writing History Right / Author Michael Tucker

I wish I had a dime every time my mother would say, “Truth is stranger than fiction.” She was right. Look to history, or read today’s newspapers, and you’ll find an abundance of stories where human action seems unfathomable to … Continue reading

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Collaborations Can Be As Easy as 1-2-3 / Author Steven Womack

Writing with someone else is tricky. Most writers have their own toys, their own ideas, and they like to write in their own way. How do you keep the other person from being an intrusion rather than a partner? How … Continue reading

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The Thing About Theme / Author Frank Zafiro

“Theme” is an oft-misunderstood term. It’s one of those techniques that can take a writer’s work to a new level, but it is also a concept that can lead to hours of confused discussion. In this week’s Killer Nashville’s 52 … Continue reading

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Madness and Media: An Ethical Exploration / Author Bruce De Silva

Author Bruce De Silva goes, not only into the mind of a serial killer, but into the court system designed to hold him in Killer Nashville’s 52 Weeks, 52 Guest Bloggers series https://killernashville.wordpress.com/category/52-guest-blogs-series/ Never say never.  That’s one of those things … Continue reading

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Could it be a sign of the changing times and could, once again, that renegade Amazon be changing the face of the publishing industry?  VP of Amazon Publishing, Jeff Belle, sent a revolutionary letter to…

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