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Deep diving into Hannah Mary McKinnon’s most recent novel, Never Coming Home. Told with dark wit and a sharply feminist sensibility, Never Coming Home is a terrifying tale of duplicity that will have you side-eyeing your spouse as you dash to t
Hear how Priscilla Oliveras, USA Today Bestselling Author and RWA RITA Double Finalist, crafted her journey to publication and success with some must-hear advice for all of us! In this episode, we discuss the true life inspiration behind her ne
Debut author, T.M. Blanchet, talks about the poignant inspiration for her YA fantasy novel, Herrick’s End, and how she got the idea to flip the narrative, and stretch the boundaries of genre. Get a teaser for what comes next in this exciting ne
In one of our favorite conversations, Amy dishes with bestselling author, Eliza Knight, about a surprising early career which foreshadowed her later life as a historical fiction writer. Eliza explains how she came to be interested in the Mitfor
In this don’t-miss-episode, NYT #1 Bestselling Author, E. Lockhart, spills about the highly anticipated sequel to her mega-hit, WE WERE LIARS. She talks about TikTok, how the prequel that almost wasn’t came to be, why she didn’t want to write a
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In this episode, Aimie Runyan talks about her research into the many nuanced roles of women in WWII and how her research led her to uncover the real life School for German Brides. A fascinating, spoiler-free deep dive into the story behind her
In this conversation with professional dancer-turned PR professional-turned novelist Denny S. Bryce, we deep dive into the story behind the story of newly released In the Face of the Sun. Find out how Denny’s late mother (and her lime-gold Must
The authors behind Audible’s latest much buzzed about original - Young Rich Widows - in their first interview about the campy thriller set in 1980’s Providence Rhode Island where 4 partners of a prominent, mafia-affiliated law firm have been ki
Kimberly Brock, describes how she went from the kid who talked too much in class, to an award-winning author. Pointing to her Southern roots, Brock talks about the many ways she discovered the tradition of story-telling, including the desire to
In this episode, former actor, Gina Sorell talks about how her latest novel, THE WISE WOMEN arose from a place in her own life in which things were not at all going as she expected. Who was the first WISE WOMAN Gina wrote into existence? Was th
Bestselling Historical Fiction Author, Erika Robuck talks about her fascinating journey from self-published to traditionally published (and back again!) including how Hemingway came to her in a dream to help direct her publishing journey. It wa
In this episode, suspense novelist, Kelly Simmons, takes us behind the curtain for a discussion of her newest project - a serial fiction podcast called OPEN THE WINDOW. Hear about the true life events and sounds that inspired this storytelling
In this episode, #1 NYT Bestselling Author Jacquelyn Mitchard talks about her newest novel, The Good Son, and the story’s real life, chilling inspiration. She talks about how she had to fight to tell this story, and reveals the truth about writ
A conversation with Kathleen Stone, former lawyer turned writer, about her debut work, They Called Us Girls. A conversation about the surprising lessons learned: ambition, regrets and more, when she interviewed women who defied the odds and ach
Award-Winning Author, Lisa Barr, talks about why her books all contain a unique thread of “art,” including the latest release: Woman On Fire about Nazi-looted art. We talk about the breaking news that actress Sharon Stone has optioned Woman On
Award-Winning Author, Lisa Barr, talks about why her books all contain a unique thread of “art,” including the latest release: Woman On Fire about Nazi-looted art. We talk about the breaking news that actress Sharon Stone has optioned Woman On
Award-winning Author Audra McElyea talks about her journey to publishing her debut novel - ONE LITTLE WORD. How and why it wasn’t her first book … the surprising way this story’s ending came to be … what Johnny Depp has to do with this book… an
USA Today Bestselling Author of seven historical novels, Heather Webb talks about the dream (literally!) that started her writing career, what it’s REALLY like to write with Hazel Gaynor, and what she’d be writing if she wasn’t writing historic
Marie Benedict wrote her first novel at the intersection of law and art, on the side of her high-powered law career. Eventually she left the law and started delving into the stories of overlooked women in history. Marie describes years of exper
Tory Henwood Hoen took a risk, leaving behind her career as Creative Director of Brand at MM LaFleur to (finally!) pursue her dream of writing a novel. In THE ARC, Tory has created a brilliant, fresh novel that defies genre boundaries. It’s a l
A conversation with acclaimed author, Swan Huntley, author of WE COULD BE BEAUTIFUL, THE GODDESSES, and her newest, GETTING CLEAN WITH STEVIE GREEN. Hear why Swan - who has wanted to write a book since childhood - wrote her debut “angrily.” Get
In this episode, Hank Phillippi Ryan, talks about the spine-chilling real life inspiration for her newest novel, HER PERFECT LIFE. Hank shares an intimate look at her writing process and personal life, including the special anniversary she shar
In this episode, Darynda Jones shares her view on why writers (particularly female writers) should never feel guilty for pursuing their writing dreams. Hear how this mega-successful author came up with the idea her newest series and how she fir
In this episode, USA TODAY Bestselling Author, Sonali Dev shares her journey to publishing and how she wasn’t always going to write love stories. She dishes about the clever titles of late and how Jane Austen has influenced more than her writin
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