Author Julia Fine speaks to Daniel Ford about her debut novel What Should Be Wild.
This past fall, Daniel Ford read from his debut novel Sid Sanford Lives! at Belmont Books in Belmont, Mass., and the then answered questions from Dave Pezza and a smart group of readers.
Jeff Shaara, author of Gods and Generals and The Fateful Lightning, returns to the podcast to discuss his new novel, The Frozen Hours. Shaara talks to Daniel Ford about consulting with Korean War veterans, how he chose the characters featured in this narrative, and why, in large part because of those veterans, his writing process was more emotional this time around.
Good friend of the podcast James Rollins, author of the Sigma Force Series, talks to Sean Tuohy about his new novel The Demon Crown (out Dec. 5).
In an incredibly personal and emotional interview, best-selling international author Isabel Allende talks to Sean Tuohy about her new book In the Midst of Winter.
Author Jordan Harper talks to Daniel Ford about writing crime fiction at a young age, his need for a writing “womb,” why writers need to make their own brand of crazy work for them, and what inspired his debut novel She Rides Shotgun.
We compiled 15 of the podcasts you loved in 2016 based on downloads and social media buzz. Feel free to share any other favorites you have from the past year in the comments section, on our Facebook page, or on Twitter @WritersBone.
Brookline Booksmith Presents Joe Hill, Kat Howard, Thomas Olde Heuvelt, and Paul Tremblay
Filmmaker Lexi Alexander
Producer and Screenwriter Scott Mosier
Long Beach Homicide Series Author Tyler Dilts
'Quarry' Creators Michael Fuller and Graham Gordy
Screenwriter Randi Mayem Singer
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Richard Russo
Country Music Artist and Author Kasey Lansdale
This Side of Providence Author Rachel Harper
Author Nicole Blades
‘Star Trek Beyond’ Screenwriter Doug Jung
Remembering Michelle McNamara
Author Kristopher Jansma
Author and Screenwriter Phoef Sutton
Author Jay Atkinson
Ming Chen, co-host of podcast “I Sell Comics” and regular on AMC’s “Comic Book Men,” talks to Sean Tuohy about his love of podcasting, working with Kevin Smith, developing friendships with the other cast members of “Comic Book Men,” and his appearance at this weekend’s Walker Stalker Con in Boston.
Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy discuss how research can both help and hinder the writing process.
One year ago, Sean Tuohy and Daniel Ford spent their day off at J. J. Foley’s in downtown Boston recording a YouTube video that announced a podcast and website called Writer’s Bone (it turned out their bloopers reel was more entertaining).
The pair recently got together to discuss the more than 50 interviews they conducted in 2014, their favorite posts from the website, and what lies ahead for the podcast in 2015.
What, that wasn’t enough for you? Fine, here are some pictures from the past year.