Pamela Cook on her new novel Cross My Heart

Our very own Pamela Cook jumps on the Convo Couch this ep and chats, in depth, to Kel Butler about writing her brand new book "Cross My Heart". Together they explore characters, point of view, writing as catharsis and the very feminist themes Pam has woven throughout.

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Joanna Nell "Writing Age with Grace"

Dr Joanna Nell is on the Convo Couch this ep talking to Pam about her new book "The Last Voyage of Mrs Henry Parker" They chat about giving voice to older women and how her experiences as a doctor have inspired her writing and characters.

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Tess Woods "Lightbulb Moments"

Pamela Cook interviews Tess about the moments inspiration hits and her latest novel "Love and Other Battles." Followed by a chat with Kel where they explore the many varied sources of inspiration for writers …

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Jodi Gibson "Going Indie"

Jodi Gibson is a writer, blogger, teacher, mentor and author of 2 soon to be released novels. In this episode Jodi and Pam speak candidly about making the decision to believe in themselves and just go for it in the Indie Publishing game.

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Dr Anita Heiss, Plotting Along

Dr Anita Heiss is a proud Wiradjuri woman, author, activist and academic. In this interview Anita chats with Kel about how plotting definitely works for her, "method writing" her books and where those vibrant characters come from. She also contemplates the question of why there aren't more Aboriginal women writing in the commercial women's fiction and romance genres and how that might be changed.


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Holly Ringland "Balancing the Dark with Light"

Pam chats to 2018 ABIA Award Winning Australian author Holly Ringland. Holly elegantly articulates the process and emotion of writing her acclaimed debut novel "The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart" and how she managed to balance the dark of writing trauma, with the the light of life's beauty. A theme that Pam and Kel take much further in the chat that follows.


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