Articles by: Molly Schoemann-McCann

INTERVIEWS

Interview with The Two Faces of January Star Viggo Mortensen

Interview with The Two Faces of January Star Viggo Mortensen

Not only is actor Viggo Mortensen starring in the highly anticipated film adaptation of author Patricia Highsmith’s novel The Two Faces of January, but he’s also a self-proclaimed book-hoarder—who’s not afraid to write in the margins. We sat down with […]

by × October 7, 2014 ×

THE WRITING LIFE

J.T. Ellison on The Lost Key and Writing Collaboratively

J.T. Ellison on The Lost Key and Writing Collaboratively

J.T. Ellison is the best-selling author of  twelve novels, including the Lt. Taylor Jackson series, which features the award-winning novel The Cold Room, and the A Brit in the FBI series, with Catherine Coulter. We asked J.T. what it was like to collaborate with another author. […]

by × October 3, 2014 ×

ROMANCE ROUNDUPS

Author Jill Shalvis on Her Path to Becoming a Writer

Author Jill Shalvis on Her Path to Becoming a Writer

Jill Shalvis is the best-selling author of the Lucky Harbor contemporary romance series, set in a small, charming beach town in Washington State. In He’s So Fine, the eleventh book in the series, vintage shop owner Olivia Bentley is happy to keep to […]

by × September 25, 2014 ×

ROMANCE ROUNDUPS

Danger and Desire Collide As 10 Romance Authors Share Their Favorite Hero Traits

Danger and Desire Collide As 10 Romance Authors Share Their Favorite Hero Traits

Fall is in the air, and it’s the perfect time to curl up with a cup of tea and a stack of steamy romance novels. The new romantic suspense collection Danger and Desire contains ten full-length novels—so make sure you’ve got a […]

by × September 17, 2014 ×

ROMANCE ROUNDUPS

Romance Roundup: In the Battle of Sexy Cowboy vs. Sexy Librarian, Who Will Triumph?

Romance Roundup: In the Battle of Sexy Cowboy vs. Sexy Librarian, Who Will Triumph?

This week’s romance roundup features soldiers returning home from battle, a cowboy named Hank, and a vile rogue who convinces an amnesiac member of the aristocracy that she is his housekeeper. Fetch the smelling salts! Screwdrivered, by Alice Clayton First, […]

by × September 16, 2014 ×

PAGE TO SCREEN

A Relentless Thriller Moves from Page to Screen in Dennis Lehane’s The Drop

A Relentless Thriller Moves from Page to Screen in Dennis Lehane’s The Drop

Fans of author Dennis Lehane know that his novels are smart, sharp page-turners. They’re thickly plotted, laced with violence, and frequently populated with working-class characters living lives of quiet desperation in and around Boston. And, as any movie buff can tell […]

by × September 12, 2014 ×

NEW RELEASES

Will Boast’s Haunting Memoir Epilogue Tells the Story of a Family Lost, and Found

Will Boast’s Haunting Memoir Epilogue Tells the Story of a Family Lost, and Found

Toward the end of Will Boast’s moving new memoir, Epilogue, a friend of the narrator’s wonders aloud how much tragedy one person can take. It’s an apt question considering the fact that, by the age of twenty-four, Boast lost his […]

by × September 12, 2014 ×

ROMANCE ROUNDUPS

Romance Roundup: A Conflicted Assassin, a Good Witch, and a Sexy Small-Town Sheriff

Romance Roundup: A Conflicted Assassin, a Good Witch, and a Sexy Small-Town Sheriff

Accidentally Over, by Jean Pamfiloff You think you’re lonely? Well Máax, the God of Truth, has been searching for a mate for over 70,000 years. Part of his problem is that he’s invisible. Another part of his problem is that […]

by × September 9, 2014 ×

ROMANCE ROUNDUPS

Romance Roundup: An Ex-Marine, a Long-Lost Husband, and a Lovesick Demon

Romance Roundup: An Ex-Marine, a Long-Lost Husband, and a Lovesick Demon

This week’s romance roundup brings us a paranormal photographer, a beautiful half-mage healer, and a lonely warrior who needs some healing. Ultimate Sins, by Lora Leigh I’ll admit it, I have a soft spot for star-crossed lovers. And when one […]

by × September 2, 2014 ×