Hi all...It's been a busy week and I have not been around the blogs as much as I would have liked. Freelance work was good to me this week--three producing shifts at the tv station. That being said, I've missed you guys!
So, with a lack of good ideas to publish today, I will repost this week's contest.
Guess each of the following writers (key word: writers, not authors), based on the locations in which they place their characters. For more on this contest, see Tuesday's post.
Location, location, lcoation...
Louisiana: deep in the country but really only miles from a city steeped in despseration and devastation.
New York City: at the height of the Wall Street 90s, hedonism, neon, and flesh on every sidewalk.
Rome: in every church and every underground passage, the stones bleed history.
Nashville: the Athens of the South, eye-catching architecture and history-making locations spread across one of America's fastest growing cities.
Louisiana: awarded the Edgar Award twice for Best Crime Novel of the Year.
New York City: had his best-known book made into a movie starring Christian Bale.
Rome: one of the best-selling and most controversial authors of all times.
Nashville: unpublished writer.
Guess all four and you win the book of your choice by one of the authors!