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Episode 365: Elliot Ackerman, Author of Places and Names

Episode 365: Elliot Ackerman, Author of Places and Names

Elliot Ackerman, author of Dark at the Crossing and Waiting for Eden, returns to the show and chats with Daniel Ford about his new book Places and Names: On War, Revolution, and Returning.

Episode 198: Grunt Author Mary Roach

Today’s guest is Mary Roach, author of Stiff, Gulp, Bonk, Packing for Mars, and, most recently, Grunt. Roach talks to Daniel Ford about poking around “nitty gritty details of life,” her immersive writing process, and coordinating with the military during her research process for Grunt.

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I’m much happier poking around the nitty gritty details of life.
— Mary Roach

To learn more about Mary Roach, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter @mary_roach

A Conversation With Legendary Defense Attorney F. Lee Bailey

In a special episode, legendary defense attorney F. Lee Bailey talks to Sean Tuohy about his military service, learning from defeat, why he’s always been drawn to writing, and his future memoir.

Stay light on your feet.
— F. Lee Bailey
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Episode 132: Best-Selling Author Grant Blackwood

Grant Blackwood, author of the Briggs Tanner series, co-author of the Fargo Adventure Series with Clive Cussler, and co-author of the Tucker Wayne series with James Rollins, and co-author of Dead or Alive with Tom Clancy, talks to Sean Tuohy about his path to writing, his approach to Jack Ryan Jr. and the Tom Clancy universe in the recently published Duty and Honor, and why persistence is the key ingredient to being a successful writer.

To learn more about Grant Blackwood and his work, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @Grant_Blackwood.

The Writer’s Bone Podcast Archives

Episode 106: Author Matthew J. Hefti

Author Matthew J. Hefti talks to Daniel Ford about his early dreams of becoming a writer, serving his country, his writing process, and what it felt like to publish his debut novel A Hard and Heavy Thing.

To learn more about Matthew J. Hefti, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @TheRealHefti.

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Episode 72: Author Marko Kloos

Marko Kloos

Marko Kloos

In our latest podcast, Sean Tuohy talks to author Marko Kloos about how he developed his love of storytelling, his science fiction and fantasy influences, how his military career affected his prose, and the origins of his Frontlines series.

Marko Kloos' Angels of Attack is available for purchase on April 21, 2015. To learn more about the author, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @markokloos.

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Episode 35: Military Thriller Author Brad Taylor

Brad Taylor, author of The Taskforce series, talks to Daniel Ford about his new book Days of Rage (which comes out July 15), how his military experience influences his writing, and how he developed his character Pike Logan.

To learn more about Brad Taylor, check out his official website, like him on Facebook, or follow him on Twitter @bradtaylorbooks.

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Episode 27: Historical Fiction Author Jeff Shaara

Jeff Shaara

Jeff Shaara

Jeff Shaara, author of Gods and GeneralsThe Last Full Measure, and, most recently, The Smoke at Dawn, talks with Daniel Ford about taking over his father Michael Shaara’s Civil War series, a few of his favorite historical figures, and why writers need to focus on telling the best story they can possibly tell.

To learn more about Jeff Shaara, visit his official website

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