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When Vikings Fall in Love. The 1 that got Away. Bitter Instinct Instinct Series Book 8. Unnatural Instinct Instinct Series Book 9. Grave Instinct Instinct Series Book Instinct Series 14 featuring Dr. Walker and Lyn Polkabla. A short morality play in 6 scenes. The 1 That Got Away. This in itself wouldn't have stopped my enjoyment had more and more mistakes not been evident.

I highly recommend an editor, or a reaserch assistant. I love most of Robert Walker's books.

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Especially his Instinct series. This book, about werewolves, was a bit different for me. I'm not really into werewolves and vampires, but decided to give it a go. The story is good. It has a lot of suspense and lots of action. The only real fault I had with the book was that, at times, some of the dialogue sounded a bit juvenile. Otherwise, the story is good. This book is part of a series and i didn't read the preceding books, so maybe there were things I missed, i don't know.

I will stick by Mr. I know his writing well enough to know he is a great writer. This just wasn't the story for me.

If you are into werewolves, you will love it!! The wolves are rough and tough and cause massive destruction. I got a copy of this for free in exchange for a review. I'm not sure where this one went wrong. Complete lack of am editor? Lack of attention to detail? Glocks have a safety on the trigger - not on the body of the weapon. You don't "flip the safety off" on a glock.

Such a letdown after the first three books. I have to say this is the second book I read with this author. I really enjoyed Vampire Dreams. I liked the concept of Abe Stroud. That is why I downloaded this book. Now, I did not like the idea that this author was trying so hard to take off a new concept where vampires weren't "vamps" but now "pires" and werewolves weren't "weres" but were now "wulfs". That to me is about the same as being as different as putting a "z" on things rather than an "s".

Now, once I grabbed onto the concept of above I got into the above I got into the wind up.

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But without being a spoiler I just kept reading and saying to myself.. I am not sure I can download another by this author. I'll have read the reviews long and think hard before doing another download. See all 8 reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.

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Click here Do you believe that this item violates a copyright? There's a problem loading this menu right now. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. First, at what time did you know that you wanted to write? Was there anything in particular that got you interested in writing? I began writing at age twelve, dabbling in song writing and soon realizing I did much better with short stories. If you stay with it long enough, that is. But I also had a Cherokee uncle who told fantastic stories right off the top of his head, and he influenced me greatly, seeing him make people laugh, cry, shiver, and more.

That seemed like a great kind of power to have, to, you know, entertain and please people. I wrote five young adult novels that did not sell until many years later, and some still are not sold. It was published in , so seemed like science fiction at the time! So you see it leap frogs these things. Leisure Books bought it and my next three or four books afterwards before I got an agent.

But it took me years and years of writing many books to begin to sell my first book, and this is common in the business. Is Bitter Instinct , even though fiction, based on your life in any way? Did you base the characters in Bitter Instinct on people you know or knew? Bitter as with all my books is based on research, often research from books and nowadays online research but also going to places and soaking up what the place is like.

He loved the idea. I can read about them in FBI bulletins and published books. A lot of my minor characters and even Jessica are made up of parts of myself but also parts of others I have known and found interesting, clever, funny, or fascinating. Many of my good guy characters, like Jessica, are also composites—that is, they are created from a number of people at once.

Yes, I have many favorite authors indeed, perhaps too many to list. Others who have had great influence on me are Dean Chintz. Do I have to narrow it down to one? All thanks to Mr. Mark Twain Samuel L. Koontz in that order. Why did you decide to write about crime and serial killers in the Instinct Series? How long did it take you to write Bitter Instinct?


Where did the idea for this book come from? You have 3 questions here. I was writing horror novels, some fifteen horror and occult novels when I got advice from Dean R. Bitter Instinct took me, as with all the 11 Instinct books, between one and two years to write if you count researching as part of the writing, and re-writes, and all the waiting for your editor to make changes and ask you to make changes, and even when it is all finished, it takes 9 months to see it printed like having a baby!

That answers two parts of your question. Now for the third: I was a very involved, popular, go-to-guy but with a smart-assed attitude when it came to authority and this got me into trouble at times.

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