August 5, 2014 Newsletter

     DON’T LOOK BACK is almost here! My next novel will be available everywhere August 19th (just two more weeks) but it is available pre-order:   AMAZON - B&N - INDIEBOUND - APPLE - BAM!   Eve Hardaway is on a trip she has always dreamed of in the jungles and mountains of Oaxaca, in southern Mexico. During the tour Eve wanders […]

And the winners are…

Thank you to everyone for participating in yesterday’s contest. Congratulations to: Kimberly Woodall Lynea Sibley Upson Mary Jo Sweeden Kyle Garneau Robin Driscoll @MamaWeich @AndreaLG @PMH360 @PsychPhantom @Bookworm365   Please send your mailing address to info(at)kayepublicity(dot)com and they’ll send your copy of TELL NO LIES. If you didn’t win this round, you can still order […]

A Goodybe to Batman: The Dark Knight

Batman is forever, but sadly not all of his titles are. Batman: The Dark Knight will be ending with Issue 29. When I first signed on to do a single arc with David Finch, I never imagined I’d stay this long. Because of my work in novels and screenplays, I’m rarely sure what sorts of […]

My Dirty Love Letter to San Francisco in TELL NO LIES

Gregg Hurwitz, 17th September 2013 On my tour for TELL NO LIES, I read this little rant about the City a few times. In a way, it’s a counterpart to the imagined journey Drew Danner takes across Los Angeles in The Crime Writer. I’ve been asked about it quite a bit so I thought I’d […]

June 6, 2013 Newsletter

   TELL NO LIES Now Available for Pre-Order     There are only a few more months until TELL NO LIES hits bookshelves. If you are eager to get this thriller in your hands, you should reserve your copy now, then you can sit back and relax.   AMAZON - B&N - INDIEBOUND - APPLE - BAM! Sharing a room with violent offenders […]

Tim Rackley Foreword

So I have this tattered yellow notebook of the spiral variety from high school, the kind which sheds chads of paper at the faintest rustling. As an aspiring author, I used to write down snatches of dialogue, plot ideas, and my first clunky attempts at scenes. There might be a few opinions in there as […]

Batman Variant Cover Giveaway

“THE SURVIVOR is the greatest book yet, from one of the best crime novelists in the business.  It opens fast and never slows down. It kept me up all night—I just couldn’t stop reading.”   – David Finch    Fellow Comic Book Geeks and Batheads, Wanna get your hands on a signed variant cover of BATMAN: The Dark Knight […]

Should I Write a Book, You Ask? My Advice to People Thinking About Becoming Writers.

This is an email response I wrote to an acquaintance who, having survived a personal crisis, was debating turning some of her writings into a book. I thought my response to her questions might prove helpful to other folks out there debating if they should write a book. – Strung together journal entries won’t work. […]

Tim Rackley Heads to TNT

I’m thrilled to announce that I will be developing my Tim Rackley books (THE KILL CLAUSE, THE PROGRAM) as a TV series for Sony/TNT. I’m teaming up with my good buddy and talented show runner, Shawn Ryan, who wrote/produced great shows like The Shield, Terriers,  and The Chicago Code. For more information, check out the […]

What Scares Me – a Halloween Thank You To Stephen King

In fifth grade, I discovered Stephen King, who I used to read beneath the covers and—at times—actually beneath the bed. Thanks to him, I was scared of clowns, rabid dogs, possessed cars, haunted houses, proms, and a vast array of everyday sights and experiences turned just slightly off kilter. His books clicked with something inside […]