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Episode 312: The Night Is Never Black Author Doug Richardson

Episode 312: <i>The Night Is Never Black</i> Author Doug Richardson

The creator of Lucky Dey is back! Screenwriter and author Doug Richardson returns to the show to discuss his newest novel The Night Is Never Black.

Episode 240: Why LA? Pourquoi Paris? Author Diane Ratican

Episode 240: <i>Why LA? Pourquoi Paris?</i> Author Diane Ratican

Diane Ratican, author of Why LA? Pourquoi Paris?, talks to Daniel Ford about what she loves most about Los Angeles and Paris, the gems her research process uncovered, and where the Writer’s Bone crew can find a good cup of coffee in both cities.

Episode 202: American Bang Author Doug Richardson

We start the July 4th festivities with a bang. An American Bang.

Today’s podcast episode features perpetual Writer’s Bone guest Doug Richardson. Doug and Sean talk about…well, you know what they talk about by now. Everything and nothing.

Sean said in June’s “Books That Should Be On Your Radar” that Doug’s new Lucky Dey thriller American Bang just might be the best of the series. Go pick it up after listening to this interview and then let us know what you think about it.

I don’t know what keeps the tank full. It’s just been re-filling itself for years.
— Doug Richardson

Episode 145: Country Music Artist and Author Kasey Lansdale

Kasey Lansdale, country music artist and author, talks to Sean Tuohy about how she’s always wanted to be an entertainer, what it’s like working with her father (author Joe R. Lansdale), and her new EP “Leave Her Wild.”

Photo credit: Alex Huggan

To learn more about Kasey Lansdale, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, subscribe to her YouTube channel, or follow her on Twitter @KaseyLansdale and Instagram @kaseylansdale.

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Episode 143: Long Beach Homicide Series Author Tyler Dilts

Tyler Dilts, author of the widely popular Long Beach Homicide series, talks to Sean Tuohy about his new book Come Twilight, his plans for the series, how he's gone about developing his characters, taking time to appreciate the world he's built, and, of course, Danny Beckett's favorite food haunts.

To learn more about Tyler Dilts, visit his Amazon page, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @tylerdilts. Also listen to our first podcast interview with the author.

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