In the midst of the 2019 book tour, I sat down with Nashville Public Television host Mary Laura Philpott aboard the General Jackson to talk about currents. The result was this episode of NPT’s A Word on Words. [Sneak Peak pics]
Surprised & thrilled to find this sentence in my email inbox this morning: “Tim Johnston’s Descent made our list of The 50 Best Suspense Books of All Time!” If you’re looking for your next suspenseful read–in any number of genres–check it out!
Very happy to read this review from Publisher’s Weekly…and this one from Kirkus Reviews!
I’m thrilled to receive this beautiful brand new “booksellers praise sheet” from my publisher.
Read my essay, plus an excerpt from my new novel THE CURRENT.
I was extremely honored and thrilled to see Descent appear as #1 on Michael Koryta’s best of 2015 list. See the entire list on Michael’s blog. Or check out the Descent section here.
A lovely chat with Connie Ogle of the Miami Herald resulted in this interview, appearing on the last day of 2015. Back at the beginning of the year, just as the book came out, Connie wrote this review of Descent.
Very honored and delighted to see Descent (paperback) climb to #4 on the National Indie Bestseller List this week. My thanks & gratitude galore to Indie booksellers & their customers everywhere!
The paperback of Descent went on sale Dec 1, and–thanks to readers, booksellers, & bloggers–debuts Dec 9 at #11 on National Indie Bestseller List.
Arrive Magazine, the official magazine of Amtrak, has just published this article I wrote about my father, who passed away in September.
On Sunday, August 2nd, I gave the Closing Keynote Talk for the 2015 Writer’s Digest Conference in NYC. Here’s some Tweets from my beautiful audience.
All my praise & congrats to audio artists Xe Sands & R.C. Bray for this huge honor in Sunday’s Washington Post! Quote: “The exquisitely suspenseful novel is delivered by Xe Sands, whose intimate, anguished voice supplies Caitlin’s and her mother’s points of view, and R.C. Bray, who gives us her brother and father in gritty, dogged tones.”
Author and literary blogger Mark Stevens posed some great questions for his excellent site, then followed up with a thoughtful and generous review.
Changing Hands Bookstore in Phoenix, AZ, launched its First Draft Book Club with Descent. Here’s the article by Master of Bookly Ceremonies, Barbara VanDenburgh. Over 170 people attended the event. Here’s just one pic from the Twittersphere: