Richard Writhen

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About Richard Writhen

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    Behold, Whither, When
  • Birthday 11/12/1976

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    New England
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    Reading, Writing, Not Arithmetic

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  1. I believe so. If the author lives, he / she should try to eventually bring closure to a cycle. But that being said, many famous authors have perished mid-work, such as Poe and Dickens.
  2. A Kicked Cur is free today in Kindle Edition: https://www.amazon.com/Kicked-Cur-Rotes-Rena-Book-ebook/dp/B06VT981Z2/ref=sr_1_1_twi_kin_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1510515260&sr=8-1&keywords=kicked+cur
  3. Pretty much anything by King, Barker, Poe, Lovecraft is going to be pretty fresh.
  4. True Grit is quite awesome. The Cohen Bros. remake of the film is, too.
  5. It is a fantastic book. Just enough of a lovecraftian vibe, believable characters. I personally think it's his best.
  6. I've read POT, part of POF and Red Sister. Need to get back to them soon. Great fun ...
  7. I read this a few years ago just on the strength of the title, thought it was very well done. Enough so that I also read The Almost Moon, which was entertaining as well.
  8. Thanks, dude. Glad you enjoyed it.
  9. New interview: https://authorsinterviews.wordpress.com//?s=writhen&search=Go And in case you missed it: https://mightythorjrs.wordpress.com/2017/06/14/guest-blog-the-grimdark-in-science-fiction-film-by-richard-writhen/
  10. You can't go wrong with anything by Mark Lawrence, Joe Abercrombie or Michael R. Fletcher.
  11. Congrats to all the winners
  12. Please enjoy
  13. East of the Sun and West of the Moon by Mercer Mayer
  14. The Alienist was good and The Angel of Darkness was even better ...