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Dirty Little Lie by CR Moss

There are always surprises whenever I interview my guests. Every one of them, without fail, has taught me and given freely of themselves. CR Moss is a formidable writer and, what’s more important, a wonderful storyteller. If I, as a writer, can be called as such, throughout my life, it’s of the highest honor bestowed. My guests are storytellers first and Chris is no exception.

From her web site:

So what ‘genre’ does she write?
Like it says on the front page, she writes stories from the light and sweet to the dark and deadly & all with varying degrees of the macabre. This came about as she found her footing in the publishing world. Now, she’s slating her works as contemporary paranormal/horror with strong romantic elements & sometimes flavored with other genres.

CR Moss’s Web Site: http://www.crmoss.net

Dirty Little Stories: http://crmoss.blogspot.com/2010/11/such-dirty-little-stories.htm

Buy Dirty Little Lie (Kindle) at Amazon.com: http://rrn.me/fPF1st

Buy Dirty Little Boys (Kindle) at Amazon.com: http://rrn.me/etQxPi

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CR Moss Interview Show Running Time: 45 minutes, 30 seconds

 

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2 Comments on RRN CR Moss (Author) Interview – Show #025

  1. Desmond Haas says:

    I have to agree with Sarah. Chris is one of a kind and she teaches by example. Whether back-story or flashback, it can bring needed detail to a character.

  2. Sarah McNeal says:

    I have to agree with CR that it’s difficult to keep from writing backstory in to subsequent books in a series or trilogy. I think it’s the trickiest part. I like series stories to read and to write. Lovely interview–and entertaining, too.

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