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Technology Revolution: The Future of Now

Technology Revolution: The Future of Now

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October 13th 2021: The Future of Crime Novels: Must-See TV Adaptation Required?

The Buzz 1: “The book is better” – you hear often when it comes to adaptations of books for the screen…plenty of TV adaptations are as good as the books they’re based on, and some are even better…Book adaptations have become must-see TV, from Game of Thrones to The Handmaid’s Tale and beyond. (www.stylist.co.uk) The Buzz 2: Some of the most talked-about TV series of the past few years are all based on novels and other published works…books, comic books, and graphic novels in development as TV or streaming series have the potential to become the next big Certified Fresh thing…Alex Cross, All

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Dale T. Phillips

Dale T. Phillips has published novels, story collections, non-fiction, and over 70 short stories. Stephen King was Dale's college writing teacher, and since then, Dale has found time to appear on stage, television, radio, in an independent feature film, and compete on Jeopardy (losing in a spectacular fashion). He's a member of the Mystery Writers of America and the Sisters in Crime.
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Joanna Schaffhausen

Joanna Schaffhausen is the award-winning author of the Ellery Hathaway mystery series and the new thriller, Gone for Good. She has a doctorate in psychology, which reflects her long-standing interest in the brain?how it develops and the many ways it can go wrong. Previously, she worked as an editorial producer for ABC News, writing for programs such as World News Tonight, Good Morning America, and 20/20. She is the current Vice President for the New England chapter of Mystery Writers of America.
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Connie Johnson Hambley

A former lawyer, Connie Johnson Hambley has been a featured columnist for Bloomberg BusinessWeek and an invited contributor to Nature, MassHighTech, and other journals, but her passion is writing great suspense. Two of Connie’s independently published novels in The Jessica Trilogy won the Best English Fiction literary award at the EQUUS International Film Festival in New York City. Her short stories appear in New England’s Best Crime Stories: Windward and Snowbound, Mystery Weekly Magazine, Running Wild Press Anthology of Stories and in an upcoming Mystery Writers of America anthology to be published by Harper Collins in Spring ‘22. Connie is a past president and a featured speaker of Sister
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Clea Simon

A former journalist, Clea Simon is the Boston Globe-bestselling author of three nonfiction books and nearly 30 mysteries, including the new psychological suspense "HOLD ME DOWN." While most of these (like her recent "A Cat on the Case") are cat “cozies” or amateur sleuth, she also writes darker crime fiction, like the rock and roll mystery "World Enough," named a “must read” by the Massachusetts Book Awards. Her new psychological suspense "Hold Me Down" (Polis Books) returns to the music world, with themes of PTSD and recovery, as well as love in all its forms. New York Times bestseller Lisa Unger called "Hold Me Down" “provocative, moving, and suspenseful. Don’t miss it,” while Caroline Le
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/technology-revolution-the-future-of-now 19/10/2021 09:00 19/10/2021 10:00 Technology Revolution: The Future of Now https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/technology-revolution-the-future-of-now The Buzz 1: “The book is better” – you hear often when it comes to adaptations of books for the screen…plenty of TV adaptations are as good as the books they’re based on, and some are even better…Book adaptations have become must-see TV, from Game of Thrones to The Handmaid’s Tale and beyond. (www.stylist.co.uk) The Buzz 2: Some of the most talked-about TV series of the past few years are all based on novels and other published works…books, comic books, and graphic novels in development as TV or streaming series have the potential to become the next big Certified Fresh thing…Alex Cross, All The King’s Men… (editorial.rottentomatoes.com) The Buzz 3: TV series based on crime novels: A Touch of Frost (1992–2010) based on the Inspector Frost series by R. D. Wingfield. Above Suspicion (2009–2012) based on the Anna Travis Mystery series by Lynda La Plante. DCI Banks (2010–2016) based on the Inspector Banks series by Peter Robinson. (imdb.com/list/ls050959758) We’ll ask Dale T. Phillips, Joanna Schaffhausen, Connie Johnson Hambley and Clea Simon for their take on The Future of Crime Novels: Must-See TV Adaptation Required? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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