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Only Killers and Thieves Author Paul Howarth – Joined Up#79

http://traffic.libsyn.com/joinedupwriting/JoinedUp79.mp3 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 … Continue reading

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CJ Tudor on Chalk Man, Writing and Not Giving Up – Joined Up#77

http://traffic.libsyn.com/joinedupwriting/JoinedUp77.mp3 CJ Tudor, author of stunning debut novel, The Chalk Man – a book that’s even garnered praise from Stephen King – joins us for Episode 77. It was lovely to chat to Caroline and inspiring to hear how her … Continue reading

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William Shaw Interview – Joined Up#63

http://traffic.libsyn.com/joinedupwriting/JoinedUp63.mp3 It’s episode 63 and today I’m bringing you a brilliant conversation I had with William Shaw, author of the excellent Breen and Tozer series of novels set in late 60’s London, not to mention a bunch of other contemporary … Continue reading

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Cop turned Writer, Matt Johnson – Joined Up#62

http://traffic.libsyn.com/joinedupwriting/JoinedUp62.mp3 Episode 62 brings us a fascinating chat with ex soldier, ex policeman and now writer, Matt Johnson. We also have a return of Book Blogger’s Corner with a review from Victoria Goldman. In the late 70’s, Matt served as … Continue reading

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Book Bloggers Needed! – UPDATED

If this is your first time here, Joined Up Writing is a regular free podcast featuring long-form interviews with writers plus loads of writing tips and advice. We’ve been established since 2015 and you can find our archive here. We’re … Continue reading

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