International best-selling author David Baldacci is headed to Bradenton on March 13 to talk about his experience in law, publishing, philanthropy, fatherhood and more, all to support the Manatee County Library System’s literacy program. Read more here.
He’s renowned as one of the top thriller writers of the past 20 years. Now, David Baldacci is out with “End Game,” the fifth entry in his Will Robie series after “The Innocent” (2012), “The Hit” (2013), the short story “Bullseye” (2014), “The Target” (2014) and “The Guilty” (2015). Read or listen to the full interview here.
A once practicing lawyer in Washington D.C. for nine years, David Baldacci found fame with the publication of his first novel, “Absolute Power” in 1996—a story that would gain further prominence as a Clint Eastwood movie.
Once his book became a success, he set aside his law career and over the next 21 years would write 34 best-selling novels, translated into more than 45 languages and sold in more than 80 countries.
However, Baldacci wasn’t a lawyer who turned to writing; he was a writer who happened to be a lawyer. Read the full article here.
“David Baldacci’s beloved, bestselling holiday novel novel gets the TV-movie treatment this season,” says Southern Living about “The Christmas Train.” Read more here.
David met book fans, talked with hosts Markette Sheppard and Kristen Berset, and answered questions live on Great Day Washington. Missed it? See the clip here.
If you’ve been spending your weekends watching Hallmark Christmas movies, then you know the highly-anticipated Hallmark Hall of Fame movie is The Christmas Train.
And you’ve probably been seriously antsy waiting to see an actual clip of the movie instead of those one-minute commercials that have been teasing us. Well, the wait is finally over! The first clip of The Christmas Train is here. Read more and view the clip here.
Hallmark Channel will debut the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, The Christmas Train, on November 25. Based on the best-selling novel by David Baldacci, the film stars Dermot Mulroney as Tom Langdon, a jaded journalist who must travel from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles by rail in time for Christmas. Along the way, Tom meets all sorts of characters, including Agnes (Joan Cusack), who “seems to know his business better than he does,” and a big-shot movie producer Max (Danny Glover), who is working on the train with a script doctor, Eleanor (Kimberly Williams-Paisley), who was once romantically linked to Tom. View the first-clip and the trailer here. And then board The Christmas Train on Saturday, November 25 at 8PM ET!
The Library of Virginia’s Literary Awards honor Virginia writers and celebrate their contributions to the vitality of Virginia and the nation. The 20th annual Virginia Literary Awards celebration was held in Richmond on October 14; David received the Literary Lifetime Achievement Award. Read more about the finalists and winners here.
Read the interview here.
The National Book Festival: the one day a year when a serious reader’s biggest problem isn’t that overflowing stack of books to get to. During the 10-hour event, more than 100 authors, illustrators and poets will give talks and sign their books. It’s a lot to take in, so we won’t judge if you’ve been busy finessing an Excel-sheet game plan (Elizabeth Strout or Don Winslow at 10 a.m.?). To help with your prep work, we chatted with seven of this year’s featured authors — including David Baldacci and the “Outlander” series’ Diana Gabaldon — about their talks and the books they’ve loved in 2017.