Steve Hamilton is back and so is Alex McKnight! The author returned to the show recently to chat about his new book Dead Man Running.
T. Jefferson Parker, author of the recently published The Room of White Fire, talks to Daniel Ford about how a high school mythology class ignited his passion for reading and writing, and what real-life events inspired his new book, and what’s in store for his new hero Roland Ford.
Bianca Marais, author of Hum If You Don’t Know the Words, talks to Daniel Ford about writing stories at a young age, how mystery and detective novels influence her work, and how her upbringing in Apartheid South Africa inspired her debut novel.
Alex George, author of the recently published Setting Free the Kites, talks to Daniel Ford about how being a voracious reader as a child led him to writing, how he developed his unforgettable characters in his new novel, and why stamina is essential for authors.
Author and Writer’s Bone contributing editor David Joy talks to Daniel Ford about his accelerated writing process for his new novel The Weight of This World (out today and reviewed in March's "Books That Should Be On Your Radar!"), what he learned from the success of his debut Where All the Light Tends To Go, and why Appalachia is so misunderstood.
Ingrid Thoft, author of Loyalty, Brutality, and the recently published Duplicity, talks to Daniel Ford about her (decaffeinated) writing process, tackling “third-rail” issues, and what inspired her new novel.
J. Todd Scott, author of The Far Empty, talks to Daniel Ford about what inspired him to start writing, his path to publishing his debut novel, his music and bourbon recommendations, and his advice to other up-and-coming authors.