DIY chats with bestselling author David Baldacci about his new crime show, King & Maxwell. Read the full interview here.
Award-winning author David Baldacci has had his hit novel series turned into a brand new US crime drama, and we got the chance to chat to him about what to expect from the series that starts tonight. Read the full interview here.
If you’re a fan of the hugely entertaining King & Maxwell series of thrillers from best-selling author and philanthropist David Baldacci, you’re either going to love the TV version starting tonight on Alibi, and which aired last year on TNT in the U.S. – or you’re going to return to your books muttering unprintable things under your breath. We like it, because they’ve taken the most important part of the book – the lead characters – and cast them well; we could watch Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn trade insults and insights every week with ease, whatever the case they’re on. Read the full review of the show and the interview with David Baldacci here.
King & Maxwell airs Wednesdays at 9 pm on the Alibi Channel.
David discusses the joys and challenges of creating a monster-filled fantasy world for young adults.
Skip Prichard talks with David about productivity; his newest book, THE FINISHER; and his passion for literacy and libraries.
Created over a decade ago, David Baldacci’s King & Maxwell series has been adapted for television, and the 10-part series will start on the UK’s Alibi TV on Wednesday, 5th March. We’re excited to say that we conducted an interview with David a few weeks ago and asked him to tell us a bit more about the series. Read the full interview here.
THE FINISHER is Booklist‘s Review of the Day: “What happens when an international best-selling crime novelist tries his hand at a youth fantasy? Well, in this case, success.” Read the full review here.
David Baldacci will be a headliner at the Amelia Island Book Festival (February 21-22) in Fernandina Beach. He spoke with Melissa Ross about what inspires his writing.
The Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program honors organizations that have made outstanding contributions to increasing literacy in the United States or abroad. The awards also encourage the continuing development of innovative methods for combating illiteracy. By recognizing current achievements, the awards seek to inspire organizations, foundations, and other private-sector groups to become involved in combating illiteracy.
The deadline for applying for this year’s awards is March 31, 2014. More information is here.
Best-selling thriller writer David Baldacci is back with a new story starring government assassin Will Robie.
The Target follows Robie and his partner, Jessica Reel, on a global mission from the president that takes them to prison camps in North Korea.
Don’t wait until The Target‘s release date on April 22 — check out an excerpt here.