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Stephanie is an award-winning writer, director, and producer as well as a novelist, playwright, screenwriter, journalist, editor, and blogger. With a Master of Arts in counseling psychology, she currently also is a professor of psychology at two Connecticut colleges. Psychology and the human condition underscore her creative endeavors.
Wayne is a four-time Emmy-nominated, two-time winning writer and producer, as well as a novelist, filmmaker, playwright, screenwriter, blogger, and theatre producer/director who has worked with countless industry greats. He also is author of the legal thriller Mahogany Row. He currently works as a media attorney in NYC and is a part-time professor of communications at a Connecticut college.
Together the married duo (who are parents to a blended brood of seven children, three dogs, three ferrets, and a rabbit) pen “he-said/she-said” reviews for theatre, film, books, and other entertainment media on their website, Pillow Talking, where they also conduct celebrity and artist interviews.
Moreover, Stephanie and Wayne have combined their talents on myriad projects for film, theatre, and TV which are in various stages of development. In addition to Triptych: All In, as a literary writing team, they recently published an eBook on Amazon, the first of a four-part series titled Deadraiser: Horror on Jordan’s Bank.
on Nov. 08, 2017 :
I don’t enjoy realistic novels. I can’t stand stories that take place in the real world with real people with real problems. I can look out my window and see that.
This novel, however, was absolutely enthralling. When I woke up I would instantly think to myself I can find out what happens next since I’m awake! The characters were compelling, the events were engaging, the twists were surprising and entertaining, and I genuinely enjoyed watching the worst of the bunch get his comeuppance.
While I could nitpick a few small details, I do have some larger complaints. The first chapter seemed a tad unnecessary and got lost in my mind as the book carried on and the second chapter became hard to follow as all the characters were introduced. I even found myself having to retrace who was who as I read.
However, after that I was treated to a game of intrigue and unleashed emotional/relationship/family drama. Never did this book drag in pacing or seem to deviate from a chain of character action and reaction. Each moment had its place. And it never fixated on the sex, allowing it to naturally flow as another important action between characters.
If you read this book I guarantee you’ll get your money’s worth. It’s a product of true writing skill to the point where its quality seems almost intangible. It’s just good! And what more needs to be said?
(reviewed the day of purchase)