Ep 115: Books that bridge two worlds
Published January 23, 2018
52 min
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    Readers, if you're intrigued by the behind-the-scenes of the publishing industry, this one's for you. In today's new episode I chat with John August, a screenwriter, devoted reader, and author of a brand-new (or soon-to-be) middle grade novel. As of this morning, John also has a brand new podcast out in the world: it’s called LAUNCH, and as someone who loves all the details about how books are born, I can’t wait to listen. This six-episode podcast tracks the launch of John’s novel, Arlo Finch in the Valley of Fire, John covers it all, from conceiving the idea to landing an agent to the editorial process to printing and pub date to book tour and beyond. We chat a little about the process today, as well as the difference between writing movies and writing books, stories that bridge two worlds, and John's unusual method of working, which is unlike any method I've previously heard of.  Click over to the podcast website for the full list of titles discussed in this episode, and leave us a comment to let us know what YOU think John should read next! Connect with Anne: Blog | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | WSIRN Instagram Connect with John: Website | Twitter | Instagram | LAUNCH podcast | Scriptnotes podcast
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