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5 things you should know about writing by Sam Hilliard

5 Things You Should Know is one of Literarily Speaking’s newest feature. Here we find out five things about books, writing, publishing, the sky’s the limit… right out of the author’s mouth. Today’s guest is Sam Hilliard, author of the mystery/thriller, The Last Track. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5 Things You Should Know About Writing by Sam Hilliard 1. If writing feels like work you might be doing it wrong. Writing works best when it’s an escape for the writer, as well as the reader. And when the writer lets the characters take over, time stops mattering; the days pass quickly. But if
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  • July 20, 2010
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Interview with Sam Hilliard: ‘Hitting bottom sometimes serves as the biggest opportunity in life’

Imagine if being late meant a child disappeared forever. That is the fear that drives Mike Brody—the man you want when the one you love is missing. In The Last Track by Sam Hilliard, a police detective recruits Mike to help find an asthmatic boy lost in the dense woods surrounding a dude ranch in Montana. An unwitting murder witness, the boy burrows ever deeper into the rugged terrain, fearful of being found. As Mike and a local officer search for the boy, the killer follows them. While the investigation expands, Mike’s ex-wife, a well-connected journalist, uses her contacts to
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