Meet Patrick Gale, author of Mother's Boy. Discover what to write in an author bio. And we have 3 copies of The Plant Hunter by T.L. Mogford to giveaway.
Links mentioned in this episode
- Sydney Writers’ Festival
- WIN ‘The Plant Hunter’ by T.L. Mogford
- Buy So You Want to be a Writer – the book!
- Facebook group for So You Want to be a Writer
Writer in residence: Patrick Gale
Patrick Gale is the author of the Emmy award-winning BBC drama, Man in an Orange Shirt and of novels including The Whole Day Through, the Richard and Judy bestsellers Notes From An Exhibition and A Perfectly Good Man, the Costa nominated A Place Called Winter and his fourth Sunday Times bestseller, Take Nothing With You. His seventeenth novel, Mother's Boy, is based around the known facts of the boyhood and youth of the great Cornish poet, Charles Causley and the life of the mother who raised him singlehandedly.
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