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Thomas Raymond Latimer ist ein englischer Wrestler und Schauspieler. Er ist bekannt für seine Arbeit im Total Nonstop Action Wrestling unter dem Ringnamen Bram, wo er ein ehemaliger einmaliger TNA King of the Mountain Champion ist. Tsd. Abonnenten, folgen, Beiträge - Sieh dir Instagram-Fotos und -Videos von Thomas Raymond Latimer (@thomas_latimer_) an. Aktiv. Auch aufgetreten als Bram, Brandon T, T, Tom Latimer, Thomas Latimer, Kenneth Cameron, Kenneth The Great. Übersicht · News und Gerüchte · Karriere​. Brandon T, Kenneth Cameron, Kenneth the Great, Thomas Latimer, Thomas Raymond Latimer, Tom Latimer, Tom Savage. Spitznamen, Chesterfield Plague. Profile von Personen mit dem Namen Tom Latimer anzeigen. Tritt Facebook bei, um dich mit Tom Latimer und anderen Personen, die du kennen könntest, zu.

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Although Latimer didn't grow up watching professional wrestling , he then discovered a video recording of WrestleMania VIII and later the King of the Ring and from then on in he was hooked on wrestling.

Later in before a squash match WWE wanted him to change his name, therefore he changed Brendon to Brandon and because he was nicknamed T at Jeff Kaye's wrestling school he put the two together to become Brandon T.

By October, however, the Ascension was no longer associated with Rodriguez, as video packages promoting the Ascension in new supernatural dark characters only featured the other four Ascension members.

By the end of November, the Ascension had all but disbanded. Cameron continued to use the Ascension gimmick during his appearances.

Cameron went on a three-month singles winning streak beating the likes of Jiro and Calvin Raines until he finally lost to Colin Cassady on 23 February Latimer was officially released from his NXT contract by the WWE on 30 November after being charged with battery of a law enforcement officer and disorderly intoxication in St.

Petersburg, Florida. Latimer had previously been arrested in January for driving under the influence. Vandal then attacked Cameron and asked to join The Scene.

On the 1 May episode of Impact Wrestling , Latimer debuted as Bram in a backstage segment with Magnus where he would chastise his kayfabe childhood friend, claiming he had "gone soft.

During the match and those that proceeded it, Bram would encourage Magnus to let out a more intense side and use weapons but Magnus would refuse.

On the 29 May episode of Impact Wrestling , Bram quickly defeated Tigre Uno in his first singles match and would proceed to beat down Uno after the match only to be stopped by Magnus.

On the 5 June episode of Impact Wrestling , Bram lost to Willow by disqualification following interference by Magnus after he attacked Willow with a steel pry bar.

On the 22 October episode of Impact Wrestling , Bram declared himself the new "King of Hardcore" and would go on to feud with hardcore legends, including Devon and the "Innovator of Violence" Tommy Dreamer.

On the 23 January episode of Impact Wrestling , Bram competed in the Feast or Fired match, after which he argued with his tagteam partner Magnus, who had grabbed the final case later revealed to have contained a TNA World Tag Team Championship match.

They would continue to attack each other, with Bram even threatening Mickie James —Magnus' wife. The feud culminated in a No DQ match, which Magnus won.

Bram would then appear in vignettes about his hatred of everyone and everything, attacking cameramen and backstage officials.

At Destination X , he would then cut a promo stating he would "rewrite history" and challenged any TNA wrestler from the past to a No Holds Barred match.

Crimson would answer the challenge and be defeated by Bram. The following week, he defeated Joseph Park. After the match, Bram was attacked by a returning Matt Morgan.

Later he debuted a feud against Mr. On 31 August , Bram was suspended indefinitely due to his domestic battery arrest and felony charges of false imprisonment.

Bram's suspension was lifted on 19 October when all of the charges against him were dropped. A rematch is officially scheduled at Lockdown , but they were defeated once again, thus ending the feud.

During these match, Bram unintentionally hit Young. On the 19 April episode of Impact Wrestling , Young would attack Bram and ending their alliance, turning him into a face in the process.

He would then lose the title to Eli Drake on 31 May, after an attack of Lashley, ending his reign at 35 days.

He had a rematch at Slammiversary , but he was defeated by Eli Drake and failed to become a two-time King of the Mountain Champion.

Shortly after losing the title, Bram entered a storyline with Decay, where Rosemary kissed him backstage. The romantic storyline ended after Rosemary lured Bram to a secluded area where he was abducted by Decay.

As the faction was leaving, the Hardy's challenged them to an immediate match and putt their titles on the line; whether this was a handicap match or not and what its official result was have never been specified.

The match devolved into a backstage fight during which Matt Hardy suffered amnesia after being knocked off a forklift by one of the DCC members.

On the 12 January edition of Impact Wrestling, Bram revealed that he joined the DCC to get revenge on Decay for their prior attack and abduction in Bram and Kingston would face Decay in a losing effort, after James Storm attacked Abyss, resulting in a disqualification.

On the 19 January episode of Impact Wrestling, Bram and Kingston competed in the first ever Race for the Case, capturing the yellow briefcase when Kingston knocked it out of Jessie Godderz's hands and into Bram's, later learning they have the 2 call out spot for the 2 February Open Fight Night episode of Impact Wrestling.

James Storm was interrupted by Kingston and Bram as Kingston spit in Storm's face, and Storm laid both guys out with superkicks, turning him face.

On 7 November , Latimer officially announced on his official Twitter account that he had departed Impact Wrestling.

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In the countryside or if I'm travelling, abroad. How could I meet you? At writer-reader meetings and book signing days. The exact appointments will be indicated on this website.

To get informed in time I suggest that you sign up for the newsletter. Do you believe in God? What is your religion?

I believe in a leading creative power and you can call this power God if you choose to do so. I come from a mainly Christian Roman Catholic and Protestant background.

I was baptised as a Roman Catholic, but I'm not a practising believer. I'm totally offended by bigotry within religion.

In my opinion, that's not very much different from fanaticism. What is your political belief? Which side of the fence do you stand?

I'm all for democracy and I'm not really liberal. I lean to the political stand that takes constitutionality and human rights seriously, is able to compromise, is honest by at least political standards, respects its political opponents and the interests of other countries and it keeps to the obligations that were undertaken in the international political agreements.

This is the political stand that rejects extremities and violence, the one that you don't feel is superior to you and it does not control but serves the public because this is what it's supposed to do in the first place.

In your Bio you said that you supported various charities. Which ones? Mainly the ones to do with children's diseases and children's welfare.

Apart from those, the plight of dogs, cats and other pets is also very close to my heart. And, of course, the Hungarian Red Cross, of which I'm a member for a decade now.

What is your favourite colour? Is this some kind of psychology test? Blue, green, red, yellow etc. I've no issues about colours.

Are you on any other website? I have a page on Facebook in Hungarian. Other than that with the Internet you can never really know what information you will find about me uploaded by others.

What is your opinion about plagiarism? First, let's make it clear, what plagiarism is. It is if an author takes something created by another author, is that right?

Well, this has never happened and it never will. It's a different story, though, that every writer, and I do mean every single writer, reads an awful lot to actually become an author.

It's inevitable, moreover, essential that other authors exert an influence and inspire you. However, it doesn't mean that you take complete sentences from them, but just that they influence your vocabulary, style, editing, values and how you view the world in general.

The influence of another writer upon someone does not constitute plagiarism. The influence is necessary for the artistic development while plagiarism is simply stealing.

I was not able to turn a blind eye to the use of language in your books. You write with a flowing sense of words, rich in vocabulary, which makes me think that you are well cultured, but at the same time you use colourful language, write about sex, drugs and violence and you seem to discuss homosexuality and lesbianism openly.

Do you not fear to affect the younger generation by your choice of subject matter? To be honest, if my books get into the hands of children, it's not really my fault, is it?

It's the responsibility of the parents to vet what books their children read. I don't write bedtime stories, so I don't intend my stories for children.

On this understanding, it's possible to blame anyone, like all the radio stations and television channels, magazines and newspapers for material that gets into the wrong hands.

Take one of the news programs on TV. The key words are the following: exploded, killed, raped, beat, assaulted, derailed and the list is endless.

I believe that my stories are not at all as brutal as real life can be. Of course, I write about crime, criminals, people who have gone off the rails, prostitution, drugs and everything else that goes with crime.

My stories don't happen to gentle-minded poets, daydreaming primadonnas or academic geniuses, but everyday ordinary people. That's why I cannot rose colour my stories.

Those who crave for that sort of thing should read romantic novels with a happy ending. Swear words are everywhere, just like drugs and crime, and as for those who have a problem with sex, I think something must be wrong with them.

Sex is one of the most beautiful gifts this life has to offer. In addition, homosexual sex and lesbian sex both have a place here.

It would be lacking in truth to avoid these topics. I'm extremely tolerant with other people and I assume my readers will share my views. I believe that what I write is totally acceptable.

Do you use other pseudonyms as well? Do you like people? Of course, I do, otherwise how can it be possible to find life worthwhile? I would like to become a writer.

Could you give me some advice? Oh, sure! Get yourself nerves of steel! Seriously speaking, I think you are about to choose one of the most rewarding, but most difficult profession.

I don't think I'm competent enough to tell you how to make your way in writing. This is a totally individual subject.

Those who write have something to say and they obviously enjoy what they are doing. Believe me, style and vocabulary is purely a question of technique.

In my opinion, anyone can become a writer if they have a tiny glimmer within them; call it a gift or talent that predetermines them for this choosing.

These people will be able to develop and be creative. Others will have little chance. Of course, you can always try, but there are few things that are more pitiful than a story of poor vocabulary, full of repetition and without true grit.

If you want to become a writer, first, you have to read a lot and try to cultivate your own style.

After that just write, write and write. Even when you feel that nothing comes to your mind just keep on writing. This is hard work. You can always write, but the question is how much you will feel the need to eradicate next day.

It happens to me that I have to rewrite a whole paragraph 5 times. How do you write a book? Do you just simply sit down to write it?

Or do you do it after careful planning? I think if you just start something without planning you cannot even construct a dog kennel.

The way I work is that first of all I think of the storyline and the punch line. It's very important to have something astonishing or spine chilling as the climax of the story, otherwise there is no point to it.

This phase is completed years before the actual writing. I make up a chart about the characters and here I list their names, ages, physical appearance, occupation and all other details.

I keep this chart in front of me at all times and I often consult it while I'm writing so that I don't confuse characters.

It would come through as an incongruity if someone was, say, a blonde, and pages later that same person would be brown-haired.

The chart helps me to be aware at any given moment who is who. By the end of the story I get to know my characters perfectly and I regard them as old friends.

When I feel it's time for me to begin writing my story I sit down and I make a first draft for every chapter. I make up a list about the sequence of events, who enters the story when, does what, says what and what effect this has on the continuation of the story.

The first draft is about page-long and it's made up of scenes like in the case of movies. I keep making fine adjustments to this first draft for weeks and often for months.

I write notes on the margins, connect parts by arrows, and refer to other parts etc. This phase includes checking out the scenes, the characters and other factors, even travelling there and collecting information from friends abroad.

It happened, for example, that I phoned an American friend of mine to ask him to go and have a look at a certain building in Los Angeles and tell me how many steps are leading up to the main entrance.

There was a scene set there in my book and I hadn't observed this little detail when I was there myself. My friend did have a look and phoned me back and then I knew how to describe the scene so that it would be true to reality.

By the time I actually sit down to write my book I've already constructed the main issues of the story, so all is left is the mechanics of the thing and the typing.

What is the most difficult thing when trying to write a novel? The storyline, which is thinking of the content and the dialogue.

The dialogue is actually the most difficult to think of within the story. For a conversation neither to be too much nor too little, not meaningless and not simple-minded, that's ART or creative literature, itself.

People usually take decades to absorb this because it cannot be taught. You either have the feel of it or you don't. You are writing about the tasting of drinks in such a physically pleasurable way that I found myself getting a craving for some of the whiskeys you described.

Which is your favourite drink? Practically I'm a teetotaller, so I never drink alcohol. At one time I tasted all the different drinks and then I stayed on water.

What is your opinion about master classes in creative writing? Those who provide them are obviously doing very well out of them. And those who take part in these courses have little chance to become a good writer.

I think that those who ARE to become good writers would have no need to undertake a course like that. I feel that it's merely money down the drain and I've heard of some that were organised here in Hungary, and almost ended up in scandal.

There was also a complaint occurring that they didn't even bother to read the completed handed-in writings. Is this what a budding author who's full of hopes and aspiration needs?

Read and write and you will progress. Those who provide such courses for a lot of money haven't taken part in such a course themselves. Are you teaching nowadays?

Would you give a lecture? Maybe once I will give one. Nowadays I'm not into teaching. I have no patience and no time. I believe that only those should give lectures who have a proven track record behind them so they are not doing it to make a living, but for pleasure, and because they have something meaningful to say.

Can you give me your autograph? Of course, so long as you come to a book-signing day and present me with your book. Then I might even decide to write you a few well-meaning words as well as my autograph inside.

I don't send autographed photos through the post, that's what movie stars do. I think that you are a cynical, inconsiderate, despicable, contemptuous, unthinking, manipulative, perverted and amoral sod.

What do you think about that? You've forgotten lazy, inflexible, irritating, scum, underhanded, brute and pig.

Well, look, talentless dud and bad writer don't seem to be included in your characterisation. I guess if you hated my books you wouldn't know what's inside them, which, to me, means that you do read my novels and you like my style.

Otherwise why would you read them? I also think you are envious of me, which I'm particularly happy about.

This is enough for me, your criticism is not much interest to me. How long do you think you will continue as a writer?

So long as it gives me pleasure and I feel I have something to write about. Believe me, I won't force it. I'll only do it as long as I don't become pitiful or boring.

I have an everyday normal job, so I wouldn't go hungry without writing. As I understand, you live in the countryside, in a detached house. Are you interested in nature, maybe even gardening?

My garden does look very nice, it's taken me a lot of planning and work to make it look that way. I consider my home my island of calm, I can recharge my batteries there.

I like the birds, the bushes, the trees, the scent of the flowers and the sight of the bird feeder in winter in my garden.

I'm a protector of the environment and I try to live an environment-friendly life. How long does it take you to write a book?

Are you a quick typist? If I write continuously it takes me about half a year to write a book — and that's excluding the planning and making the first draft.

There are some days when I'm unable to write because I have other engagements and there are days when I can write 20 pages.

On some days I just make some corrections to one or two sentences. It all depends on the length of the novel and how involved I am with other commitments.

Yes, I'm a quick typist, you'd be surprised to see me type. How do you make a living? From your books or is it another means? By working very hard, however unbelievable that may sound.

Can I download facts, information or extracts of your books etc. This website is protected by copyright. You cannot use any of the contents on here for commercial purposes.

You can quote me at certain places, using quotation marks, of course, but you must state the source and I'll inform you that I'm not giving my consent to any fanatical, extreme troublemaker or media organisations to use my quotations.

I will always take legal action against such people. Whats the title of your next book? The title of my next book will always appear on the home page of this website.

If you are interested in my new publications, please, sign up for the newsletter. How can I contact you?

I don't have a public e-mail address. You can write to the editor of this website at mail tomlatimer. I sometimes have a look at it, myself, when I have some free time, but I'm afraid it doesn't guarantee you will get a reply to your message.

If I have an idea, would you pick up on it and write a book? Thank you, it's very kind of you, but I only utilise my own ideas.

Do you have favourite authors? I've read a large number of Hungarian and foreign writers. I'm a chain reader. However, quite interestingly, none of these writers are crime writers.

Are your character heroes based on yourself? Oh, no Do I look such a multiple personality? That would border on schizophrenia. I create my characters on the basis of traits in others.

What is your opinion about racism? Are you not interested in selecting it as a theme? Are there any other issues that make you think?

I suppose you mean racial prejudice and discrimination and its different types and ideologies. Yes, of course, I'm very interested, but you have to tread extra carefully to approach this topic so that you remain credible.

I'm sure I will, in the end, come to deal with this topic, though, and it might actually get to be a main theme running through one of my books.

To answer the second half of your question, a topic that I will certainly write about is controversial religious sects. This topic is becoming more and more of an up to date thing, unfortunately.

Has it ever happened to you that some of your characters have become too attractive or too abhorrent to yourself for one reason or another?

Yes, this is the way it always is. How much of a bond do you have with your characters? Just a harmless bond really.

I created them, so they are like children for me in a certain sense. However, if the storyline requires it I wouldn't hesitate to discontinue with any of them.

Do you not feel your lifestyle a little away from average? Where did you get that idea from? I live an everyday, calm and normal life.

I don't feel that I'm an eccentric because this way of life is totally natural to me. Of course, it's not an average sort of life, but it's okay for me and it suits me.

You ve written about prostitutes and the varying types of sexual contact. Have you ever tried these things yourself? My short answer is that it's nothing to do with anybody else what I've done and what I've not done, but to be even more curt, I'm a writer so what I write is usually fiction.

Do you have an idol that you admire? I just have people who inspire me. Do you smoke? Do you have a favourite actor?

It's the portrayal that interests me, not the actor. You write a lot about pleasures of the flesh. Are you so driven by your urges? To the centre of my being.

I'm a fella, I can't help it.

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Bram's suspension was lifted on 19 October when all of the charges against him were dropped. A rematch is officially scheduled at Lockdown , but they were defeated once again, thus ending the feud.

During these match, Bram unintentionally hit Young. On the 19 April episode of Impact Wrestling , Young would attack Bram and ending their alliance, turning him into a face in the process.

He would then lose the title to Eli Drake on 31 May, after an attack of Lashley, ending his reign at 35 days.

He had a rematch at Slammiversary , but he was defeated by Eli Drake and failed to become a two-time King of the Mountain Champion. Shortly after losing the title, Bram entered a storyline with Decay, where Rosemary kissed him backstage.

The romantic storyline ended after Rosemary lured Bram to a secluded area where he was abducted by Decay. As the faction was leaving, the Hardy's challenged them to an immediate match and putt their titles on the line; whether this was a handicap match or not and what its official result was have never been specified.

The match devolved into a backstage fight during which Matt Hardy suffered amnesia after being knocked off a forklift by one of the DCC members.

On the 12 January edition of Impact Wrestling, Bram revealed that he joined the DCC to get revenge on Decay for their prior attack and abduction in Bram and Kingston would face Decay in a losing effort, after James Storm attacked Abyss, resulting in a disqualification.

On the 19 January episode of Impact Wrestling, Bram and Kingston competed in the first ever Race for the Case, capturing the yellow briefcase when Kingston knocked it out of Jessie Godderz's hands and into Bram's, later learning they have the 2 call out spot for the 2 February Open Fight Night episode of Impact Wrestling.

James Storm was interrupted by Kingston and Bram as Kingston spit in Storm's face, and Storm laid both guys out with superkicks, turning him face.

On 7 November , Latimer officially announced on his official Twitter account that he had departed Impact Wrestling.

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The www. Use of them can only be obtained with the expressed permission of the copyright owner. Before his name got associated with contemporary crime fiction Tom Latimer lived a colourful and busy life enjoying travel, photography, gardening and last but not least writing for pleasure.

Initially he didn't plan a career in writing. He was more interested in becoming a zoologist or a doctor.

When he was 10, he began writing bedtime stories, short novels and poems, some of which are still preserved to this day.

He didn't intend to be a career writer as he was still more involved with his scientific interest and he regarded writing as a hobby, not planning the publication of any of his works.

Over the years his drawers, his suitcases and even the basement of his home got filled with his complete and incomplete works, some of which were novels, short novels, poems, screenplays and even theatre plays.

After various higher education courses such as a BA teachers' training course, an MA in English teaching and a degree in economics, plus hundreds of good and bad writings Tom Latimer decided to step out of anonymity.

In other words, everyone is living in the shadow of a well-hidden shameful secret from the past, the revelation of which is continually hanging over them scaring the daylight out of them.

Tom Latimer's heroes are never perfect characters. He often depicts widely respected high authority figures from society who are considered to be infallible and attributed with high moral standards, but who, in fact, come to show in the story as being quite the opposite and are often serious criminal offenders.

They often prove to be the culprits in his stories. Tom Latimer believes that no one is perfect. All of us are flawed to a greater or lesser degree and, in fact, it's our fallibility that makes us the individuals that we are: colourful characters within society, but at the same time there is the collective feeling of torment and worrying by which every single person is mentally affected in life.

This profound insight into the psychological complexities of human make-up allows the multiple characterisation and extreme credibility in the author's books.

Tom Latimer mainly spends his free time travelling. He visits foreign lands where he's searching for themes for his new story lines.

His emphasis is on charity work because he feels it's very important. He's an anonymous supporter for various charities and world organizations.

He has a great involvement with social studies. He spends what's left of his spare time in contentment at his country. Join our mailing list to follow our new publications and hear about our news.

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Your Name. Your Email. Your Message. The scene is New York today. Barton Sinclair, FBI special agent, has everything any man could wish for.

A wonderful wife, a happy marriage, enjoyable work, financial security and good friends and colleagues. But one day when a ruthless serial killer arrives on the scene, who targets middle-aged, affluent women in the area of Manhattan and executes them in a savage way, Sinclair's settled and comfortably structured world begins to crumble.

The incredibly precise and intelligent criminal, who calls himself Entity, is leaving behind a smokescreen full of riddles.

He's always one step ahead of Sinclair and his 'tecs and he's playing his own cat and mouse game with the detectives. No one knows his motives and goals, let alone his identity.

This soul-destroying game is set in the teeming 8 million strong metropolis with all its beauty and ugliness, innocence and crime.

Forensics, criminal psychologists and psychiatrists are all analysing the Entity's behaviour and joining in the work is Lois Zimmermann, the acclaimed psychic who has helped the FBI in solving several complicated criminal cases before.

Sinclair is more and more desperate and obsessed trying to make sense of the Entity's mind games while the unearthing of the case is throwing up evidence that ties in with the lives of Keith Van Dooren, a contemporary sculptor, Lavinia Boyd, a TV presenter, Milton Napier, a wealthy playboy and Lauren Sparks, a striptease artist.

The FBI is maniacally following the psycho monster's trail across the never-sleeping city and in the meantime from his barbaric crimes a pattern emerges and a hellish plan seems to loom which might reveal the manic killer's identity.

As the weeks pass, the race against time intensifies and becomes more and more horrific. It's no longer possible to know who is who, who does what and for what reason, and as a result of the suffocating atmosphere of the horrors and the shocking events, the special agents have to realise that the case has started to become more directly personal for Sinclair than he could have ever imagined because he now finds that it's his wife's life that is on the line The successful and wealthy software tycoon, Vincent Devlin, is found dead in his Malibu villa.

He fell victim to a ritual killing. He was slain by a sawtooth hunting knife with brutal cruelty and surgeon-like precision.

The unexpected, drastic occurrence stirs up the stagnant waters of Angels City and creates a huge media interest. The public expects a quick and exemplary resolve from the law enforcement agencies.

Loretta McDale, the young, ambitious and beautiful prosecutor of vice gets the task to tie up the loose ends of the case which takes her to the highest circles of Californian elite.

The suspicion soon falls on the lascivious and gorgeous-looking widow who is soon brought to justice for the killing of her husband.

Virginia Devlin, in the grip of death row, is passionately fighting her battle for survival. Her desperate life and death struggle against the ruthless and extremely precise and deeply searching prosecutor is soon becoming an emotionally and ideologically loaded battle which is closely followed by the media.

After a while nothing and no one proves to be what they seem. Rex Devlin, the murdered businessman's eccentric son, Marion Frances, the Oscar-winning actress who's at the peak of her beauty, but rotten to the core, Jacqueline Boulanger, the convicted widow's troubled and vengeful sister or Aaron Carter, the fanatical but amoral defence lawyer are all in it together, but they are nothing more than embellishments on the surface, a thin layer of veneer while someone is masterfully pulling the strings from the rear.

Young Loretta McDale is almost lost under the weight of the fast moving events. As witnesses and evidence pop up and down she's becoming unable to differentiate between truth and reality, friend and enemy or right and wrong and as she's getting more and more bogged down in the web of crime and passion it seems that this game will inevitably end fatally, it's just a question for who: her or the lascivious widow.

In the meantime the reader is getting drawn into the alluring world of America's West Coast with all its flashy movie stars, celebrities, tycoons and playboys whose lives are on the surface glamorous but beneath riddled with dark secrets.

All this is set in a stimulating sultry atmosphere full of lust. The gripping and pulsating story is destined to lead you through death, crime, passion and some atrocious lies up to the shocking and breathtaking culmination Welcome Welcome to the official website of popular author Tom Latimer.

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Soon The scene is New York today. But one day when a ruthless serial killer arrives on the scene who targets middle-aged, affluent women in the area of Manhattan and executes them in a savage way, Sinclair's settled and comfortably structured world begins to crumble.

As the weeks pass the race against time intensifies and becomes more and more horrific. The Entity.

Games of lust. Why did you decide to be a writer? I've been into writing in the various genres since the age of ten. How did you choose your authors pseudonym?

Tom is the English equivalent of my first name. Latimer used to be a male first name in Middle English between the 11th and 15th centuries.

I used to be an interpreter myself, so that's why the name, and I also speak Latin, even if not perfectly.

Latimer is a word of Old French origin. The Normans brought it to England where it became a popular surname.

How did you get your first book published? Probably with a bit of luck, just like everyone. With my proof copy I approached the publishers who were known to deal with my style of writing.

I wrote too many, I think I sent about e-mails. A number of them did not even offer me a reply, but this is quite common. Many publishers offer an interest on their website, but it's just not realistic.

I think there were also some who rejected my writing because they were simply not interested in the content. Others replied, but they set impossible standards.

Then there were those publishers who showed real interest in my proof copy. I contacted them personally and I agreed a deal with one of them.

I think I just dropped lucky because I'm aware that some budding authors are applying for months or years. Where do you get your inspiration and the choice of topics for your books?

I keep my eyes open. I'm not afraid to admit that I listen to other people when I'm talking to them and I pick out and utilise incidents from their lives.

Of course, I'm always careful to change the details so that they are not identifiable. Mostly I just take an event, a thought or a gesture.

I spend my whole life in contemplation because many stories are coming to fruition in my mind at the same time.

I have written a crime story. Would you be willing to read it? I'm neither a publisher nor an editor and not even a critic. I have very little free time outside of my work and my everyday activities, so I don't read other people's proof copies.

I suggest that you apply to the appropriate agents and editors who specialise in this genre. There are many of them and they will direct you into the right channel.

It won't be easy, but good luck to you! What did you do before you became a writer? It's a long story. Basically, I'm a teacher and economist.

I'm a university graduate and I spent years teaching English. Then I worked in the private sector. I worked in sales, as a procurator and in the fields of humanities.

I think I'm a record-breaker as I've hardly been an employee for someone else, I've always been self-employed. I recommend the same to everyone.

Freedom offers you the possibility to embrace the most creative thoughts. Are you a family man? Do you have children, a wife or a partner?

I never discuss my private life publicly and in exchange I never ask anyone about this. I'm a writer, not a celebrity or other public figure.

Do you like vampire stories and fantasy? I like reading stories where I can feel the events could have happened to anyone, anywhere and anytime to a wide scale, so it's not unrealistic fiction.

Where do you live? In the countryside or if I'm travelling, abroad. How could I meet you? At writer-reader meetings and book signing days.

The exact appointments will be indicated on this website. To get informed in time I suggest that you sign up for the newsletter.

Do you believe in God? What is your religion? I believe in a leading creative power and you can call this power God if you choose to do so.

I come from a mainly Christian Roman Catholic and Protestant background. I was baptised as a Roman Catholic, but I'm not a practising believer.

I'm totally offended by bigotry within religion. In my opinion, that's not very much different from fanaticism. What is your political belief?

Which side of the fence do you stand? I'm all for democracy and I'm not really liberal. I lean to the political stand that takes constitutionality and human rights seriously, is able to compromise, is honest by at least political standards, respects its political opponents and the interests of other countries and it keeps to the obligations that were undertaken in the international political agreements.

This is the political stand that rejects extremities and violence, the one that you don't feel is superior to you and it does not control but serves the public because this is what it's supposed to do in the first place.

In your Bio you said that you supported various charities. Which ones? Mainly the ones to do with children's diseases and children's welfare.

Apart from those, the plight of dogs, cats and other pets is also very close to my heart. And, of course, the Hungarian Red Cross, of which I'm a member for a decade now.

What is your favourite colour? Is this some kind of psychology test? Blue, green, red, yellow etc. I've no issues about colours. Are you on any other website?

I have a page on Facebook in Hungarian. Other than that with the Internet you can never really know what information you will find about me uploaded by others.

What is your opinion about plagiarism? First, let's make it clear, what plagiarism is. It is if an author takes something created by another author, is that right?

Well, this has never happened and it never will. It's a different story, though, that every writer, and I do mean every single writer, reads an awful lot to actually become an author.

It's inevitable, moreover, essential that other authors exert an influence and inspire you. However, it doesn't mean that you take complete sentences from them, but just that they influence your vocabulary, style, editing, values and how you view the world in general.

The influence of another writer upon someone does not constitute plagiarism. The influence is necessary for the artistic development while plagiarism is simply stealing.

I was not able to turn a blind eye to the use of language in your books. You write with a flowing sense of words, rich in vocabulary, which makes me think that you are well cultured, but at the same time you use colourful language, write about sex, drugs and violence and you seem to discuss homosexuality and lesbianism openly.

Do you not fear to affect the younger generation by your choice of subject matter? To be honest, if my books get into the hands of children, it's not really my fault, is it?

It's the responsibility of the parents to vet what books their children read. I don't write bedtime stories, so I don't intend my stories for children.

On this understanding, it's possible to blame anyone, like all the radio stations and television channels, magazines and newspapers for material that gets into the wrong hands.

Take one of the news programs on TV. The key words are the following: exploded, killed, raped, beat, assaulted, derailed and the list is endless.

I believe that my stories are not at all as brutal as real life can be. Of course, I write about crime, criminals, people who have gone off the rails, prostitution, drugs and everything else that goes with crime.

My stories don't happen to gentle-minded poets, daydreaming primadonnas or academic geniuses, but everyday ordinary people.

That's why I cannot rose colour my stories. Those who crave for that sort of thing should read romantic novels with a happy ending.

Swear words are everywhere, just like drugs and crime, and as for those who have a problem with sex, I think something must be wrong with them.

Sex is one of the most beautiful gifts this life has to offer. In addition, homosexual sex and lesbian sex both have a place here.

It would be lacking in truth to avoid these topics. I'm extremely tolerant with other people and I assume my readers will share my views.

I believe that what I write is totally acceptable. Do you use other pseudonyms as well? Do you like people?

Of course, I do, otherwise how can it be possible to find life worthwhile? I would like to become a writer. Could you give me some advice?

Oh, sure! Get yourself nerves of steel! Seriously speaking, I think you are about to choose one of the most rewarding, but most difficult profession.

I don't think I'm competent enough to tell you how to make your way in writing. This is a totally individual subject.

Those who write have something to say and they obviously enjoy what they are doing. Believe me, style and vocabulary is purely a question of technique.

In my opinion, anyone can become a writer if they have a tiny glimmer within them; call it a gift or talent that predetermines them for this choosing.

These people will be able to develop and be creative. Others will have little chance. Of course, you can always try, but there are few things that are more pitiful than a story of poor vocabulary, full of repetition and without true grit.

If you want to become a writer, first, you have to read a lot and try to cultivate your own style. After that just write, write and write.

Even when you feel that nothing comes to your mind just keep on writing. This is hard work. You can always write, but the question is how much you will feel the need to eradicate next day.

It happens to me that I have to rewrite a whole paragraph 5 times. How do you write a book? Do you just simply sit down to write it?

Or do you do it after careful planning? I think if you just start something without planning you cannot even construct a dog kennel.

The way I work is that first of all I think of the storyline and the punch line. It's very important to have something astonishing or spine chilling as the climax of the story, otherwise there is no point to it.

This phase is completed years before the actual writing. I make up a chart about the characters and here I list their names, ages, physical appearance, occupation and all other details.

I keep this chart in front of me at all times and I often consult it while I'm writing so that I don't confuse characters.

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