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Jesse Thomas p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. This issue features the creator of the Night Craft comic book series, Jesse Thomas who has lived around the world but currently resides in North Carolina. He has also illustrated other work, including comics like Hellbound Media’s Dawn After Dark: Kiss Me Deadly. This interview features a lot of good reading tips, including sci-fi and mystery novels and various genres of comics including the famous Warren magazines titles.

Jesse Thomas p2

A favorite young adult mystery novel and classic comics...

Jesse Thomas p3

Jesse Thomas mentions a forthcoming graphic novel...

Christine Wells p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. This issue features Christine Wells, the author of The Juliet Code, a romance and thriller about women working in the Special Operations Executive in WW2, operating wireless transmitters and spying behind enemy lines in occupied France. Other novels include The Wife's Tale and The Traitor's Girl. There is also a report on the Lifeline Bookfest, which is great opportunity to buy some interesting books, or if you want to declutter some of your own.

Christine Wells p2

Author of the wartime thriller and romance The Juliet Code, Christine Wells, mentions some favorite books...

Lifeline Bookfest

Norman Wallis reports on the decluttering he undertook for the Lifeline Bookfest. Many of the books he'd bought at the Bookfest wound up back there again...

Gold Coast Film Festival p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. This issue features directors, actors, writers and others at the recent Gold Coast Film Festival...

Gold Coast Film Festival p2

Gold Coast Film Festival reading tips...

Gold Coast Film Festival p3

Some favorite books of film makers at the Gold Coast Film Festival...

Brendan Cleaves p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. The premise for the seven and a half minute comedy film Roger, is tight and to the point. Stephen (played by comedian and actor Seann Walsh) arrives home after six months in Mongolia, to discover his best friend Roy (John Bradley) has replaced him with a ventriloquist's dummy called Roger. I asked Brendan Cleaves, director and co-writer with Stuart Foreman, about his comedy short film.