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The 187th episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Matthew Dicks, author of the novels Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend, Something Missing and Unexpectedly, Milo, and the upcoming The Perfect Comeback of Caroline Jacobs. His novels have been translated into more than 25 languages worldwide, and his most recent is an international bestseller.

Matthew Dicks, author of Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend

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The 186th episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Jeffrey Diamond, author of the thriller novel LIVE TO AIR. Jeffrey L. Diamond is an award-winning journalist with four decades in television news. He began his career at the American Broadcasting Company where he wrote and produced stories for the weekly newsmagazine, 20/20, surpervising hundreds of projects ranging in length from five minutes to a full hour of programming.

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Jeffrey Diamond, author of LIVE TO AIR

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The 185th episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Anne Leonard, author of the fantasy novel MOTH AND SPARK.

“Fun and beautifully crafted. The novel is something like a Russian nesting doll: it’s a Jane Austen novel inside a Princess Bride type fantasy romp inside a much darker Tolkein-esque story of politics, war, magic, and dragons. An impressive debut.” – Charlie Lovett, New York Times bestselling author of The Bookman’s Tale

Anne Leonard, author of Moth and Spark

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The 184th episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Lyndsay Faye, author of THE FATAL FLAME, the third book in the New York trilogy, set in 1840s New York City and the earliest days of the New York Police Department.

“It’s been almost twenty years since Caleb Carr’s bestselling Olde New York crime novel, The Alienist, was published, and I can’t count the number of times since then that someone has asked me if I can recommend a suspense story anything ‘like it.’ Well, New York has inspired lots of terrific thrillers, but I’ve just stumbled on one of the worthiest successors yet. Lindsey Faye’s novel, The Gods of Gotham.” Maureen Corrigan, Fresh Air (NPR)

Lyndsay Faye, author of The Fatal Flame

Lyndsay Faye, author of The Fatal Flame

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The Fatal Flame by Lyndsay Faye

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The 183rd episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Roberto Costantini, author of the thriller novel The Deliverance of Evil (A Commissario Balistreri Mystery).

Roberto Costantini, thriller writer

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The 182nd episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Adam Gittlin, author of The Deal: About Face.

Adam Gittlin, thriller writer

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The 181st episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Drew Chapman, author of the thriller novel THE ASCENDANT.

Drew Chapman, author of The Ascendant

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The Ascendant, thriller novel

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The 180th episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Christopher John Farley, author of the young adult novel GAME WORLD.

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This episode of the Reading & Writing podcast is sponsored by the Author Marketing Institute. Many writers and aspiring writers listen to the podcast. The Author Marketing Institute has organized an online event for authors – Author Marketing Live – that begins January 26th. You don’t have to travel to attend this online event. You just login and watch over 15 presentations from bestselling authors and authorprenuers. Some of the presenters include Steve Scott, an author who earns over $60k a month with Kindle books, as well as fiction and non-fiction experts like Joel Comm, Lewis Howes and Peter Shankman. Also, Mark Coker, the CEO of Smashwords is presenting. Check out the agenda, and get your virtual seat for only $99 if you use the coupon code “jeff” during checkout. Visit www.authormarketinglive.com

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The 179th episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with John Dixon, author of PHOENIX ISLAND, the novel that inspired the CBS TV series Intelligence. DEVIL’s POCKET, the follow up, to PHOENIX ISLAND, will be published later this year.

John Dixon, author of Phoenix Island

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This episode of the Reading & Writing podcast is sponsored by the Author Marketing Institute. Many writers and aspiring writers listen to the podcast. The Author Marketing Institute has organized an online event for authors – Author Marketing Live – that begins January 26th. You don’t have to travel to attend this online event. You just login and watch over 15 presentations from bestselling authors and authorprenuers. Some of the presenters include Steve Scott, an author who earns over $60k a month with Kindle books, as well as fiction and non-fiction experts like Joel Comm, Lewis Howes and Peter Shankman. Also, Mark Coker, the CEO of Smashwords is presenting. Check out the agenda, and get your virtual seat for only $99 if you use the coupon code “jeff” during checkout. Visit www.authormarketinglive.com

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The 178th episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Bernard Cornwell, best-selling historical fiction writer, and author of the popular Sharpe series as well as many other novels. Cornell’s latest novel, THE EMPTY THRONE, is the eighth novel in the Saxon Tales series.

Bernard Cornwell, historical fiction author

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This episode of the Reading & Writing podcast is sponsored by the Author Marketing Institute. Many writers and aspiring writers listen to the podcast. The Author Marketing Institute has organized an online event for authors – Author Marketing Live – that begins January 26th. You don’t have to travel to attend this online event. You just login and watch over 15 presentations from bestselling authors and authorprenuers. Some of the presenters include Steve Scott, an author who earns over $60k a month with Kindle books, as well as fiction and non-fiction experts like Joel Comm, Lewis Howes and Peter Shankman. Also, Mark Coker, the CEO of Smashwords is presenting. Check out the agenda, and get your virtual seat for only $99 if you use the coupon code “jeff” during checkout. Visit www.authormarketinglive.com

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