WRITER 542: Janette Paul, author of The Summer Place

Meet Janette Paul, author of The Summer Place. She talks about her crime writing alter ego Jaye Ford, her creative process and much more. You'll also discover tips on how to get the most out of a writers' festival, whether or not you should court book bloggers, and much more. And win Fire with Fire, the latest novel by Candice Fox.

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Writer in residence: Janette Paul

Janette Paul is an internationally published author of contemporary women's fiction and romantic comedy, and is the alter ego of award-winning suspense author Jaye Ford. Her first novel won two Davitt Awards for Australian women crime writers and her books have been translated into nine languages. She is a former news and sport journalist, was the first woman to host a live national sport show on Australian TV and ran her own public relations consultancy before turning to fiction. She now writes from her home in Newcastle, New South Wales.

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This podcast is brought to you by the Australian Writers' Centre and our course Write Your Novel.

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