Writer's Bone

YA author Tom Leveen talks to guest host Adam Vitcavage about his new novel Mercy Rule.

To learn more about Tom Leveen, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @tomleveen.

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom and NovelClass

Direct download: Episode_266_Mercy_Rule_Author_Tom_Leveen.mp3
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Matt Young, author of Eat the Apple (out Feb. 27 from Bloomsbury USA), talks to Daniel Ford about his decision to write a memoir about his service with the Marines, his path to publication, and why aspiring writers need to read outside their preferred genres.

To learn more about Matt Young, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Also read Daniel’s review of Eat the Apple in February’s “Books That Should Be On Your Radar.” 

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom, NovelClass, and Sid Sanford Lives! 

Direct download: Episode_265_Eat_the_Apple_Author_Matt_Young.mp3
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New York Times #1 best-selling crime author Lisa Gardner talks to Caitlin Malcuit about her new Detective D. D. Warren novel Look for Me

To learn more about Lisa Gardner, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Also listen to Dave Pezza and Daniel Ford’s discussion about Gardner’s novel Right Behind You on NovelClass.

Today's Friday Morning Coffee episode is sponsored by OneRoom and NovelClass

Direct download: Friday_Morning_Coffee_Look_for_Me_Author_Lisa_Gardner.mp3
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Crossover podcast episode! At the PRX Podcast Garage, Emily and Andre Dumas, the talented and hilarious hosts of Large Marge Sent Us, Daniel Ford, and Sean Tuohy discuss the classic 1990s film “Kindergarten Cop.”

The gang chats about men with ponytails (blah), sexy, scruffy Arnold (the group is very divided on this), and whether or not it’s a toomah (spoiler, it’s not, so says John Kimble).

To learn more about Large Marge Sent Us, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, like their Facebook page, or follow them on Twitter and Instagram.

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom and NovelClass.

Direct download: Episode_264_Talking_Kindergarten_Cop_With_Large_Marge_Sent_Us.mp3
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Charles and Caroline Todd, better known as “Charles Todd,” the mother-and-son writing team that created the Rutledge & Crawford series, talks to Sean Tuohy about their new novel The Gate Keeper.

To learn more about Charles Todd, visit their official website, like their Facebook page, or follow them on Twitter and Instagram.

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom and NovelClass

Direct download: Episode_263_Authors_Charles_and_Caroline_Todd.mp3
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Author Annie Hartnett talks to Daniel Ford about her debut novel Rabbit Cake, her Dolly Parton-infused writing process, and how she ended up at Tin House Books.

To learn more about Annie Hartnett, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom, Eight Cousins Books, and NovelClass

Direct download: Episode_262_Rabbit_Cake_Author_Annie_Hartnett.mp3
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Kosoko Jackson, author of A Place For Wolves (out in 2019), talks to Daniel Ford about the diversity found in today’s YA market and his publishing journey.

Caitlin and Courtney Malcuit once again give us a double shot of coffee, and discuss the anime series “Junji Ito Collection” and Caitlin’s fear of…Cookie Monster?

To learn more about Kosoko Jackson, visit his official website or follow him on Twitter @KosokoJackson.

Today's Friday Morning Coffee episode is sponsored by OneRoom, Eight Cousins Books, and NovelClass

Direct download: Friday_Morning_Coffee_A_Place_For_Wolves_Author_Kosoko_Jackson.mp3
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Barry Eisler, New York Times best-selling author of A Clean Kill in Tokyo, Graveyard of Memories, and The Night Trade, talks to Sean Tuohy about creating John Rain and embracing self-publishing.

To learn more about Barry Eisler, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @barryeisler.

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom, Eight Cousins Books, and NovelClass

Direct download: Episode_261_Best_Selling_Author_Barry_Eisler.mp3
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Today’s guest is Matt Haig, author of The Humans, Reasons to Stay Alive, and, most recently, How to Stop Time. Haig talks to Daniel Ford about his constant impulse to externalize things and write them down, how memory, hope, despair, and melancholy are woven into How to Stop Time, and how he battles writer’s indecision (as opposed to writer’s block).

To learn more about Matt Haig, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom, Eight Cousins Books, and NovelClass

Direct download: Episode_260_How_to_Stop_Time_Author_Matt_Haig.mp3
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Host Caitlin Malcuit chats with a special (and identical) special guest about the upcoming Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and The Brothers Karamazov, Sean Tuohy shares a special message from Eight Cousins Books in Falmouth, Mass., and then author Peter Heller talks to Daniel Ford about his novel Celine (now available in paperback).

Whew, we’re going to need more coffee! Enjoy!

To learn more about Peter Heller, visit his official website or like his Facebook page. Also read our first interview with the author.

Learn more about Eight Cousins Books by visiting its official website, likings its Facebook page, or following the bookstore on Twitter and Instagram.

Today's Friday Morning Coffee episode is sponsored by OneRoom and NovelClass

 

 

 

 

 

 

Direct download: Friday_Morning_Coffee_Celine_Author_Peter_Heller.mp3
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Poet Phillip B. Williams reads from his collection Thief in the Interior, and then talks to Daniel Ford about the poets who have influenced his work and the idiosyncrasies of his writing process.

To learn more about Phillip B. Williams, visit his official website or follow him on Twitter @PBW_Poet.

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom and NovelClass

Direct download: Episode_259_Poet_Phillip_B_Williams.mp3
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Lissa Marie Redmond, author of A Cold Day in Hell (out Feb. 8), talks to Sean Tuohy about transitioning from law enforcement to fiction, how she crafted detective Lauren Riley and slick defense attorney Frank Violanti, and why people should realize that there’s more going on in Buffalo, N.Y., than chicken wings and snow. 

To learn more about Lissa Marie Redmond, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

Today's episode is sponsored by OneRoom and NovelClass

Direct download: Episode_258_A_Cold_Day_in_Hell_Author_Lissa_Marie_Redmond.mp3
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Kim Fu, author of The Lost Girls of Camp Forevermore (out Feb. 13) and For Today I Am a Boy, talks to Caitlin Malcuit about her writing process, what inspired her new novel, what she’s working on now, and her advice for aspiring writers.

To learn more about Kim Fu, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

Today's Friday Morning Coffee episode is sponsored by OneRoom and NovelClass

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Direct download: Friday_Morning_Coffee_The_Lost_Girls_of_Camp_Forevermore_Author_Kim_Fu.mp3
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