Author David Baldacci talks about “The Last Mile” and why he dedicated his new novel to WDBJ7 shooting victims Alison Parker and Adam Ward.
It’s been 20 years since David Baldacci’s first novel was published. The boy who loved to write, then became a lawyer, had finally realized his dream of being an author. Read more here.
How much talent can you cram into a room? At the latest New York University Media Talk hosted by the NYU SPS Center for Publishing on February 9th, it would have been hard to squeeze in any more. On stage as part of a panel entitled “The Real Story: Four Authors Take You Inside Their Literary Lives,” four authors decided to let the audience gain insights into their writing process, from the original manuscript to the finished print product. Read more here.
Read David’s note about narrator and actor Ron McLarty here.
At the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C., last September, Gabe Ferris interviewed Scholastic authors Sonia Manzano, Peter Sis, David Baldacci and Jennifer Holm. Here are highlights from his conversations with them.
Read the interview with David here.
To celebrate the release of David Baldacci’s latest novel The Guilty, we find out more about the American thriller writer whose 30 adult novels have sold sold more than 110 million copies in more than 80 countries worldwide. Learn which of the author’s books are his personal favourites and find out what it takes to master the depth of research that sets his works apart from the competition.
A song moves the novelist to honor his mother on film. Read more here.
International bestselling author of more than thirty novels. An insatiable appetite for storytelling. Advocate for literacy. On all accounts, David Baldacci is guilty as charged. Read Dawn Ius’ full interview here.
“With fully-realized character arcs and a twist-laden plot that would make Hitchcock proud, Baldacci’s latest is a fantastic thrill-ride for series fans and newcomers alike,” says The Strand magazine. Read the full review here.