They say you can find anything on the Internet.  There seems to be one unfortunate exception.

As a reader and writer of thrillers, I have been utterly disappointed in my searches for communities devoted to this genre.  I have found exactly ONE, and this organization charges $95 per year to any participant who is not an author published by a *commercial* publishing house.

This bothers me.  So I post here a question and a solution.  The question: are there any other communities *dedicated to thrillers* that offer readers, writers, bloggers, agents, pets, what have you, a place to gather and exchange ideas?

If so, links please!  I'd love to participate.  If not, please find the first here: 

Murder Lab: a workshop for the suspense/thriller genre

If you read, write, or otherwise have any interest in thrillers, please stop by and become a member.  I will link your page, interview you, promote your book/art/agency, discuss your ideas, techniques and tricks of the trade, recommend a good read, and encourage others to do the same.  All that is required of you is an interest in thrillers.  So you can save your $95 for that forensics class you need to complete your next work.

Cheers,

Kris

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