In a recent guest post from author Michael Shusko published on He Said Books or Me, Michael writes on the inspiration for his latest thriller, Shifting Sands — and how war and conflict affect his cast of relatable characters.
"I had the chance to touch on the psyche of individuals exposed to the carnage of war, as well as explore the prejudices and misconceptions that can occur on the personal and global level that hinder conflict resolution."
Read the full post at He Said Books or Me.
In a recent guest post from author Michael Shusko published on Fiction Books, Michael talks about the Tradecraft world of terrorism, international intrigue, espionage and clandestine operations, as well as the future of the series.
"A revolving cast of characters, good and bad, is interwoven throughout the series. They disappear and reappear in turn — and both have traits and attributes which will surprise readers. Unbeknownst to most of the characters, their individual stories in each book are a small part of something much larger."
Read the full post at Fiction Books here.
In a recent guest post from author Michael Shusko published on A New Look on Books, Michael talks about how he came to write, the therapeutic nature of the writing process, and what he hopes readers take from the Tradecraft series.
"The one thing I hope people take away from my books is that the world is not nearly as bad as it seems on the news. There are so many differences on the surface between people from other nations and cultures. It's good to have those differences — there's a lot of power in having those different cultures — but deep inside I believe people are the same."
Earlier this month, author Michael Shusko was asked by Dr. Amy Rogers from sciencethrillers.com to write a guest blog post about the science behind Vector. We are very excited to announce that the post is now live!
Hop on over to sciencethrillers.com to learn more about the science behind what Agent Lee Jansen and Dr. Emma Hess are up against in this exciting medical/political thriller. Hint: It has to do with the potential ethical pitfalls surrounding an experimental approach to treating diseases that scientists are studying right now. Find out more in the author's own words when you read the blog!