R4W – K.J. Howe talks ThrillerFest

Our Public Display of Imagination Resources For Writers segments are designed to bring helpful insight and inspiration to writers and aspiring writers.

We’ve been fortunate to talk with a host of talented and successful authors over the course of the podcast and in some cases, we’ve been able to schedule additional time with them to talk about specific topics connected to the art and the craft of writing.

These are the best of the best in a number of fields related to writing and publication. We’re thankful that they were willing to spend some additional time with us.

In this segment, we talk with author K.J. Howe, who also serves as the Executive Director of ThrillerFest. This is part 1 of that conversation.


K.J. Howe talks ThrillerFest – Pt.1


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