It’s episode 79 with debut novelist, Paul Howarth talking about his book Only Killers and Thieves set in the Australian outback towards the end of the 19th century. Paul’s got loads to say about his writing journey, the power of critique and his writing process.
Paul was born and grew up in Great Britain before moving to Melbourne in his late twenties. He lived in Australia for more than six years, gained dual citizenship in 2012, and now lives in the UK with his family. In 2015, he received a master’s degree from the University of East Anglia’s creative writing program, which we mention in our chat, and his debut novel Only Killers and Thieves is already available in the US and is released in the UK by Pushkin Press on June 7th.
Book Blogger’s Corner comes from show regular, Victoria Goldman. Victoria is a freelance health journalist and editor, as well as an avid book reviewer. She blogs at Off-the-Shelf Books, which features reviews and interviews with authors, publishers, editors and agents. You can also find her on twitter @VictoriaGoldma2 where she is always sharing quality content, so go look her up. Today she reviews Turn A Blind Eye by Vicky Newham.
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