Entries from Blood on the Page tagged with 'Tom Piccirilli'
In the neverending effort to hawk wares and win vainglorious emotional validation, I'm holding my first blog contest. THE PRIZE: From today, lucky Friday, March 13th until your favorite day of the year April 15th, you'll have a chance to... more
The eight-year-old daughter that I don't have rushes into my office, leaps onto my lap, and asks me to help her with her homework. We spend a few minutes doing basic math and practicing her spelling. She's got her d's... more
The Cold books are heavily influenced by the 50s Gold Medal classic authors such as David Goodis, Charles Williams, Jim Thompson, Harry Whittington, Peter Rabe, Bruno Fischer, Gil Brewer, and Donald Westlake (Richard Stark). For those of you who don't... more
If noir is your thing, then Tom Piccirilli is your man. He's a two-time International Thriller Writers Award nominee who now offers up a fast-paced, hardboiled tale told with cool dialogue, a minimalist style, and unexpected humor. He has fans... more
Okay, maybe that should be "writing THE COLDEST MILE," but if you can't take poetic license with the header on a blog, just where can you? A couple of weeks ago the Mystery Writers of America announced the nominees for... more