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'Writing this novel has left me less guarded' - Isabel Costello

Who changes in the course of a novel? We hope the characters do. Sometimes the author does too. My guest this week feels that writing her novel became an act of emotional honesty that left her in a new place. 43 more words

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'Music to fill my mind but not fight the words' - The Undercover Soundtrack, GD Harper

My guest this week says he is much concerned with reinvention. He’s spent his life setting himself challenges to embrace new careers, lifestyles, places to live – and the latest of those reinventions is being a novelist. 74 more words

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'Music to fill my mind but not fight the words' - Glyn Harper

My guest this week says he is much concerned with reinvention. He’s spent his life setting himself challenges to embrace new careers, lifestyles, places to live – and the latest of those reinventions is being a novelist. 74 more words

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'Freedom, broken ties and love outside of marriage' - The Undercover Soundtrack, Diana Stevan

My guest this week delved into personal experiences to write her latest novel. In the 1970s she was working on a psychiatric ward where electric shock treatment was taking place. 92 more words

How To Write A Novel

'Freedom, broken ties and love outside of marriage' - Diana Stevan

My guest this week delved into personal experiences to write her novel. In the 1970s she was working on a psychiatric ward where electric shock treatment was taking place. 82 more words

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'When I feel like a storm is raging' - The Undercover Soundtrack, Stephanie Carroll

My guest this week grew up in the Mojave desert where rain was a rarity. So a key for her creative space is the sound of wild, wet weather. 102 more words

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'The journey is more important than the destination' - The Undercover Soundtrack, Toni Davidson

My guest this week describes music as ‘a portable environment’. His work patterns have taken him all over the world and he might find himself writing anywhere from a station waiting room to a hotel lobby or a scorching beach. 65 more words

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