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EP471: Jesse Sutanto — “Pure Writing.”

Jesse Sutanto is the award-winning, bestselling author of Dial A for Aunties, Vera Wong’s Unsolicited Advice for Murderers and I’m Not Done With You Yet. Jesse tells how she learned about human behaviour through real estate and weddings, why she doesn’t dwell on projects that are on submission, and why she writes in 15 minute […]

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EP468: Sarah Moorhead — “Grit in the Oyster”

Sarah Moorhead returns to the podcast with The Treatment, her extraordinary new novel that tackles issues of justice and revenge with compassion and heart. She reveals how she got back into writing after being dropped by her publisher and agent, and how being an idealist fuels her desire to keep telling great stories whatever it […]

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EP467: Linwood Barclay — “The Lie Maker”

In this very special episode, international bestselling author Linwood Barclay returns to the podcast to tease us with details of his new thriller The Lie Maker. He gives us tips aplenty for writers, reveals how a correspondence with Ross Macdonald changed his career, why he loves collaborating with editors, and if he’ll ever co-write with […]

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EP465: Damian Dibben — “It Needs a Bit of Bite.”

Damian Dibben is an acclaimed British author whose novels have been translated into twenty-seven languages and published in over forty countries. His series The History Keepers was an international publishing phenomenon. Dibben originally trained as an artist and scenic designer before becoming an actor and screenwriter. The Colour Storm is his second novel to explore […]

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