Episode 85 - An interview with Anne Perry editor at Hodder and Stoughton

November 27, 2016 01:06:27
Episode 85 - An interview with Anne Perry editor at Hodder and Stoughton
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Episode 85 - An interview with Anne Perry editor at Hodder and Stoughton
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Show Notes

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This episode is a wide ranging interview with commissioning editor Anne Perry from Hodder and Stoughton. Anne draws on her experience to talk about how the commissioning process works, what an author should be prepared to do to help with the process, and what she wants to see in a manuscript. Anne also gives us some advice on writing action and romance scenes, and how to tackle the presentation of characters from diverse backgrounds. Enjoy!

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