(NOTE: This is the corrected version of the podcast. The first post was missing a few words. Sorry!)
What “lunatic” thing did acclaimed novelist Bernice McFadden do until 2005? And why did she stop?
Find out in this interview with the two-time Hurston/Wright Award nominee and author of New York Times editor’s choice book “Gathering of Waters.” She has a ton of great insight to share with writers trying to complete their novel.
The next time you think about saying you could care less, be aware pen monkey Chuck Wendig may tap you on the shoulder, eyeball you up and down, and then shake his head, “No, you could care less. And you should.”
We play his speech from the 2012 Crossroads so you know why.
Shout-outs to a couple of talented writers in the Crossroads family.
You can see what Lauren looked like in high school here:
Delilah S. Dawson, writer of paranormal romance and whatnot, just unleashed “Damsel and the Daggerman,” a new Blud series novella. And, on January 28, you can get your hands on “Wicked After Midnight,” which may or may not be about lonely mogwai who eat dinner too late and have to deal with their emotions as they’re transformed into gremlins.
Also, Susannah Breslin is awesome.
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