Hugh Howey delves into the story of his self-published book, WOOL, and its successful adaptation into the hit APPLE TV+ series, SILO.
On todays show I’m talking to Michael Fidler who is about to release his debut novel. It’s called Spin and it’s a hilarious look at the world of corporate marketing, skullduggery and spin doctoring.
Pete Mitchell talks about his debut novel Darwin’s Wake. Set in Australia’s top end, Darwin’s Wake is a sensational debut of tropical noir.
Western Horror is one of my favourite sub-genres, and I’m pleased to bring you today a chat with the one and only B.L Blakenship. He is a prolific writer of western and splatterpunk horror from East Tennesee. He writes horror that is grounded in real American history, which gives his writing an uneasy, visceral punch.
Today I’m talking to Karen Hamilton-Viall about her fantastic new book The Curious Life of Ada Baker. It’s a very funny paranormal detective story with lovely whimsical humour, not unlike Douglas Adams.
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