Julia Crouch - Writer's Routine #27

27, dear Lord in Heaven. Suitably, if you're of the praying persuasion then I could really do with the Big Man's help... we've been nominated for a British Podcast Award for Best Culture, and EVERY LITTLE HELPS. You can marvel at this unexpected turn of events over at britishpodcastawards.com.


This week, domestic-noir author Julia Crouch shares her writer's routine! She's published 5 books, all focused on the terrible things we do to one another in the name of love. We talk about how her varied and ranging career has always involved telling stories, whether that's with a pen as an author, or with a pencil as an illustrator. Also, you can hear why wasting hours on social media is actually perfectly normal for a writer, it's almost the freelancer's watercooler, and we chat about the 2 things that really get her exciting while working on a story.


Also, we get a top writing tip that may change the way you work forever from a screen-writer, who co-wrote the huge hit film, 'The Death of Stalin'!


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