Thomas Greanias is a New York Times bestselling novelist and one of the world’s leading authors of adventure. His books in print have been translated into multiple languages and sold in 200 nations around the globe. A former journalist and on-air correspondent for NBC, Greanias infuses his international thrillers with provocative issues ripped from tomorrow’s headlines (bio).
David Berens is a professional tennis player, teaching folks how to play tennis as well writing crime thrillers. He has traveled up and down the East Coast and has been a tourist at every beach from Key West to Pawleys Island.
Today he calls Knoxville, Tennessee home, where he lives with his family.
A constant reader of Florida Fiction, Dave has enjoyed the likes of Carl Hiaasen, Tim Dorsey, Randy Wayne White, Laurence Shames, and Elmore Leonard, just to name of few. So, when he decided to create a series of Island Thrillers, he did his best to capture that zany quality so many of these amazing writers use in their work.
David Berens Books
David picked up some great advice from book cover designer Stuart Bache who has designed covers for Mark Dawson, John Le Carre, Stephen King, and others. Note: Mark Dawson’s podcast has a great episode about book cover design with Stuart Bache.
We discussed the great opening of David’s novel, Hat Check. I recommend you check it out to see how well he crafted the opening scene to really pull the reader in:
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David Banner is an author living in the Coastal Southeast. He has always loved the beach and the open water is a movie lover and spends way too much time playing catch on the sand with his Airedale terrier. He is the author of the Dangerous Waters thriller series set in the Gulf Coast of Florida. The first three books in the series are Amazon bestsellers.
He hopes to keep writing Florida based adventure books while exploring his ever-increasing love of the water.
David Banner’s Books
Philip Donlay has been a flight instructor, flown a private jet for a Saudi prince, and for twenty-eight years flew a corporate jet for a Fortune 500 company. Licensed to fly six different jets and having logged nearly 14,000 hours, his travels have taken him to over forty countries on five continents. No longer flying, Donlay now divides his time between Montana and the Pacific Northwest.
Philip Donlay has combined his passion for flying and writing. He’s the bestselling author of eight novels. His latest novel, Speed the Dawn will be published on March 6, 2018. It’s breakneck thriller featuring pilot Donovan Nash.
Philip Donlay’s Books
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