Ep 196 Cool character development exercises. And meet Garry Disher, author of ‘Her’.

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podcast-artworkIn Episode 196 of So you want to be a writer: Take part in our awesome ‘So you want to be a writer’ community survey. The curious case of whether someone scammed a book’s way onto The New York Times Bestseller List. Plus, how to find time to write and cool character development exercises to help you nail your characters. Our writer in residence this week is Garry Disher, author of Her.

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Show Notes

Community feedback on ‘So you want to be a writer’

Did This Book Buy Its Way Onto The New York Times Bestseller List?

How to Find Time to Write

8 Character Development Exercises to Help You Nail Your Character

WIN: Signed books plus money-can’t-buy Mapmaker cap

Writer in Residence

Garry Disher

Garry Disher is one of Australia’s best-known authors.  He was born on a farm in South Australia, and decided in childhood to become a writer, influenced by a love of reading, his father’s original bedtime storytelling, and the isolation of farm life.

A full-time writer since 1988, he’s published 50 books: general/literary novels, crime thrillers, story collections, fiction for children and teenagers, anthologies (as editor), creative writing handbooks and Australian History textbooks.

His crime novels are rapidly earning an international reputation, with editions published in the USA, England, Germany, Holland, Denmark, Italy, Spain and Hungary. He’s made three author tours of Germany, where he’s won the Deutsche Krimi Preis three times, appeared on best-seller lists and been a guest of the Munich and Cologne writers’ festivals. In May 2009 he toured the USA, following rave reviews for the Challis and Destry crime novels and Chain of Evidence being listed as a best-book-of-the-year by Kirkus Reviews magazine. Chain of Evidence and Wyatt won crime novel of the year awards in Australia, and several of his other titles were shortlisted.

His latest novel is Her, published in 2017 by Hachette.

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