According to a Source Author Abby Stern

Abby Stern, author of According to a Source, talks to Daniel Ford about what real-life events inspired her debut novel, her publishing journey, and what she has planned next.

The hardest thing for authors is ‘getting to the mat.’
— Abby Stern

To learn more about Abby Stern, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter @abbystern.

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#NovelClass Featuring Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale

In the eighth installment of #NovelClass, Dave Pezza and Sean Tuohy discuss Ian Fleming’s first James Bond novel, Casino Royale.

(Warning: This podcast contains major spoilers.)

Listen to more from the #NovelClass series on SoundCloud. If you want to suggest a future #NovelClass read, email admin@writersbone.com or drop us a line on social media (all our social channels can be found in the footer).

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Marcel’s Letters Author Carolyn Porter

Graphic designer and author Carolyn Porter gives Daniel Ford a crash course in typography and discusses her book Marcel's Letters.

The story felt bigger than me. It felt bigger than Marcel. It felt bigger than a font. It was a story that needed to be shared.
— Carolyn Porter

To learn more about Carolyn Porter, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter @porterfolio.

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Welcome to the Slipstream Author Natalka Burian

Natalka Burian, author of Welcome to the Slipstream, talks to Caitlin Malcuit about how the birth of her first child helped ignite her passion for writing, how her real-life experiences influenced the characters in her debut novel, and her work with The Freya Project.

Just write. If anyone tells you it’s any harder than that, they’re lying.
— Natalka Burian

To learn more about Natalka Burian, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Also visit The Freya Project’s official website and follow it on Twitter @TheFreyaProject.

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Don't miss our interview with Novelize co-founder Josh Evensen in today's episode!

Don't miss our interview with Novelize co-founder Josh Evensen in today's episode!

If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

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‘Union Furnace’ Filmmakers Nicholas Bushman and Mike Dwyer

Sean Tuohy talks to filmmakers Nicholas Bushman and Mike Dwyer about their recent film “Union Furnace.”

To learn more about “Union Furnace,” watch the trailer below, like the movie’s Facebook page, or follow it on Twitter @furnacemovie.

Our episode today is brought to you by OneRoom.  If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

Our episode today is brought to you by OneRoom.  If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

Oola Seeker Dave Braun

Dave Braun, co-author of Oola—Find Balance in an Unbalanced World and Oola for Women, talks to Sean Tuohy about the origins of Oola, his partnership with OolaGuru Dr. Troy, collecting one million dreams in the form of handwritten stickers on the side of a vintage 1970 VW Surf Bus, and future Oola book plans.

To learn more about Dave Braun and Oola, visit Oola Life’s official website or follow him on Twitter (@OolaSeeker, @OolaLife) and Instagram.

Our episode today is brought to you by OneRoom.  If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

Our episode today is brought to you by OneRoom.  If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

#NovelClass Featuring Rachel Khong’s Goodbye, Vitamin

In the seventh installment of #NovelClass, Dave Pezza and Daniel Ford discuss Rachel Khong’s Goodbye, Vitamin.

(Warning: This podcast contains mild spoilers.)

To learn more about Rachel Khong, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter @rachelkhong.

Listen to more from the #NovelClass series on SoundCloud. If you want to suggest a future #NovelClass read, email admin@writersbone.com or drop us a line on social media (all our social channels can be found in the footer).

Our episode today is brought to you by OneRoom.  If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

Our episode today is brought to you by OneRoom.  If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

Writer/Teacher/Advocate Dani Bostick

Dani Bostick, a writer, educator, and advocate, talks to Daniel Ford about how she found her voice and why she’s working to change the way we think and speak about sexual assault victims.

I realized I had a story to tell. And that it was important.
— Dani Bostick

To learn more about Dani Bostick, follow her on Twitter @danibostick. Also watch her TED Talk:

Our episode today is brought to you by OneRoom.  If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.

Our episode today is brought to you by OneRoom.  If you’re ready to get serious about writing a novel, OneRoom’s experienced coaches can help. Visit OneRoom's official website for more information.