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Lee Goldberg
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Writer. Producer. Wickedly charming.
Writer. Producer. Wickedly charming.

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Here's a great review of the second book I ever wrote... back when I was a college student in the 1980s. The book is now available in ebook and paperback under my own name as ADJOURNED.
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It's great seeing so many of my friends singled out for well-deserved praise in the new Mystery issue of Booklist...
Books by Don Winslow, Steve Hamilton, Joseph Finder, Gregg Hurwitz, and Laura Lippman carried half of the years Top Ten Best Crime Novels list and Hart Hanson got pegged among the Best Debuts for THE DRIVER.
Vicki Hendricks was singled out for her pulp classic MIAMI PURITY in an overview of "weather" related crime novels (the heroine creates her own microclimate with her scorching sexuality).
Paul Levine scored a rave review for BUM DEAL for a novel that's "a triumph of mood and tone as well as plotting." Cara Black won kudos for MURDER ON THE LEFT BANK. Ace Atkins was applauded for once again "capturing all the qualities Spenser fans love" in OLD BLACK MAGIC (which I am reading now and loving). And Patrick Hasburgh scored with PIRATA that is "so compellingly written that even the most noir-hungry readers will find themselves forgetting to miss the dark stuff."
Congrats one and all!!
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GREG COX NAMED AS IAMTW’s 2018 GRANDMASTER HONOREE

The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers is thrilled to name Greg Cox our 2018 Grandmaster with the presentation of the Faust Award in recognition of his lifetime of excellence and achievement in writing and editing tie-in fiction.

Mr. Cox is a New York Times bestselling author and a consulting editor at TOR Books who has contributed to numerous franchises including The Librarians, Leverage, Star Trek, and Zorro. He has written original works set in those universes, and wrote the official novelizations of the first three Underworld movies, War for the Planet of the Apes, Godzilla, Man of Steel, and The Dark Knight Rises, to name only some.

He has also written short stories based on such popular series as Alias, The Avengers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, C.S.I., Farscape, Fantastic Four, The Green Hornet, Terminator , Warhouse 13, Xena, The X-Files, and X-Men, to give only a partial list. He has received three Scribe Awards from the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers. In addition, he wrote the official movie novelizations of novelizations of four popular DC Comics miniseries: Infinite Crisis, 52, Countdown and Final Crisis.

The award will be given at a special ceremony at Comic Con in San Diego in July.

The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers (IAMTW.org) is dedicated to enhancing the professional and public image of tie-in writers...to working with the media to review tie-in novels and publicize their authors...to educating people about who we are and what we do....and to providing a forum for tie-in writers to share information, support one another, and discuss issues relating to our field (via a monthly e-newsletter, our website, and our active yahoo discussion group). Our 200+ members include authors active in many other professional writer organizations (MWA, PWA, WGA, SFWA, etc.) and who share their unique perspectives with their fellow tie-in writers.
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Here's a new video from Amazon Publishing where I reveal my shameful addiction to tell stories...and how it culminated in my new thriller TRUE FICTION https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XilurKcL9Gc&t=14s
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LOST IN SPACE was a slog with characters who were so consistently dumb that they make Mr. Bean seem brilliant by comparison. Also, why is it that the first thing writers do when they reboot a classic series is add buckets of "angst?" Having the Robinson parents estranged, and filing for divorce, and playing their bitterness throughout the tiresome perils-of-pauline serial that was the first 10 episodes of this Netflix series was why God created a "fast forward" button. That said, at least LiS had a sense of humor and tried for some warmth, which can't be said for STAR TREK DISCOVERY. The best thing about the new LiS, by far, was the score...which paid frequent homage to the original John Williams theme.
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Get ready for the thrill of a lifetime. Check out our FREE audiobook download of THE HEIST by @janetevanovich and @LeeGoldberg today. Click here to start listening: http://ow.ly/ty7b30jF1Gr

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