Book: Serpents of Nightmares by Tamikio L. Reardon
categories: Book, Crime, Mystery, Murder, Fiction, Throller, Suspense
Tamikio L. Reardon about this book: Serpents of Nightmares, the first crime/mystery/suspense novel written by the author and self-publisher, Tamikio L. Reardon. The novel tells the stories of murder and serial killer inmates in Saltwater Prison, Dorset, New York; the brutal torture of seeing the last of the darkness and the killers's cold gray eyes. What inspired me to write the book; the strong demands for crime, mystery, and suspense is requested in a book group I attend weekly called BookAholic Cafe. We chat, share and discuss our favorite authors and books. The primary readers of the book are readers who love to read true crime, murder, mystery, and suspense. It took a month to write the book because I was so persistent with completing it. The readers were ready for another good crime novel! I came up with the title based on the stories told by the murder and serial killer inmates. I chose the book cover of the book which I created myself because the image of the serpents is evil and devious, cannot be trusted. The hooded man in the interrogation room with his face hidden completely in shadow is, "we don't know who the killer is, yet!" The hardest part about writing the book; having to put myself in the killer's shoes and murder the victims as they plead for their lives. I researched the state and the characters names inside the book. What I learned from writing the book; I enjoyed emphasizing with the characters whether they were the victims or the killers. I learned how to change imagination, think differently upon each character's actions, which had no similiar personalities alike. What amazed me is how I could jump right back the personality and trait of each character when it was time create another scene with them. I sincerely hope readers will enjoy my first crime/mystery/suspense novel. I am a new author, but progressing wonderfully! Hope readers enjoy the story!
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