Small Crimes: Friday Reads

Small Crimes Friday Reads features #OwnVoicesReviews, Julia Whelan sexism in the audiobook industry, the historical mysteries of Frank Tallis, The Advocates series featuring Terri Bischoff, and much much more.

Sexism in the audiobook industry, a interview with Julia Whelan, narrator of “Gone Girl” and “Educated” (The Lilly)

The importance of Own Voice Reviewers by Enobong Essien (Book Riot)

The historical mysteries of Frank Tallis by Janice Law (SleuthSayers)

The Advocates series continues with Terri Bischoff by Kellye Garrett (The Thrill Begins)

“Stop begging for diversity”, an anonymous look at issues in publishing today (Do Some Damage)

“The Groundbreaking Art of Jim Steranko” by Michael Gonzales (CrimeReads)

Two similar stories to help in your writing: Elisa Gabbert wrote “50 Moves You Can Use in Your Fiction” (Electric Lit) and “Your Complete Guide to Popular Literary Devices in Great Writing” by Laura Marie (Book Riot)

Book Review: “Guillotine” by Paul Heatley (All Due Respect) at Unlawful Acts

Short Story: “Big Bird” by Zachary Loewenstein (Mystery Tribune)

Podcast: Jim Ziskin, author of the Elle Stone series, interviewed by Frank Zafiro (Wrong Place, Write Crime)

Book: “Permanent Removal” by Alan S. Cowell (Rare Bird Books, 2019))

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