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Two Crime Writers And A Microphone
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April 25, 2017 08:46 AM PDT

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business.

Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

In the show this week, Steve and Luca discuss the best accent for erotic audiobooks, the snap general election and its effect on the book trade, Star Wars, Mark Hamill and his massive lightsaber, and Paula Hawkins' imminent domination.

Guest reviewer this week is Ayo Onatade of Shots Magazine, who recommends the graphic novels of James Bond novels from 1958.

Special guest is Harry Brett aka Henry Sutton! He discusses his shift to "proper" crime fiction, meta-fictional crime novels, teaching degrees in crime fiction, and creative writing.

Near the close Luca talks about an upcoming festival, Newcastle Noir, at which he is appearing this weekend!

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

April 25, 2017 05:12 AM PDT

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business.

Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

In the show this week, Luca and Steve discuss easter eggs (and not receiving any), the longlist announcement for the Theakstons Old Peculiar Novel of the Year award, St Bernard dogs and the myth of the brandy barrel, where our listeners are from, charts round up, and crap statues.

Special guest this week, is our first non-crime writer! Miranda Dickinson joins us to talk about genre, crossover between romance and crime, her publishing journey, and reveals big news for her future...

Recommended reads this episode are everything on the Theakstons longlist!

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

April 10, 2017 01:39 PM PDT

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business.

Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

In the show this week, Steve and Luca discuss the paperback release for The Plea, burning your fingers whilst cooking, the nefarious past of Cadbury's chocolate, indignant clowns and film adaptations, the charts, and celebrate Mark Billingham and CL (Cally) Taylor being number 1 and 2!

Special guest this week is Steve Mosby. He talks about his brand new book You Can Run, his career so far, the dark side of crime fiction, being embarrassed by superfan Luca Veste, whether beards have more fun, and breaking his glasses...twice.

Recommended reads this week are The Long Drop by Denise Mina and A Game of Ghosts by John Connolly.

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

April 06, 2017 11:19 AM PDT

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business.

Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

On the show this week, Luca and Steve talk about Ready, Steady, Cook and how the TV show relates to writing a book; Being a failed novelist and why you should never give up; Play an exclusive extract from the audiobook of The Plea, by our very own Steve Cavanagh - as he celebrates its release in paperback; discuss the latest charts and cheer for big sellers Mark Billingham and CL Taylor.
Reviews this week come Noelle Holten of crimebookjunkie. She recommends Tag You're Dead by Douglas Skelton and The Restless Dead by Simon Beckett.
Special guest is the international bestseller Robert Bryndza! They talk moving from romantic comedies to crime fiction; the Erika Foster series; "event" TV, The X Factor; Steve's love for Wagner (not that one), and future plans.

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

March 28, 2017 02:44 AM PDT

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business.

Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

On the show this week, Luca and Steve talk about London Book Fair, broken laptops, cheap books, James Patterson, and Wayne Rooney being annoying.

The special guest is Angela Marsons, author of the best selling Kim Stone series. Angela talks about never giving up, being a huge bestseller almost overnight, celebrity Big Brother, and swearing parrots.

Guest reviewer this week is Tracy Fenton from compulsiverreaders.com and THE Book Club on Facebook. She recommends Sweet Pea by C.J. Skuse and Lying In Wait by Liz Nugent.

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

March 20, 2017 01:45 PM PDT

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business.

Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

On the show this week, Luca and Steve talk about London Book Fair and answer listener questions. Expect talk of movies, writers, poo, eating mermaids, and submarines.

The special guest is Russel D McLean, author of the brilliant new noir tale Ed's Dead. Russel talks about famous relatives, road signs, crime fiction and B movies.

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

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March 14, 2017 03:19 PM PDT

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business.

Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

In this week's show, Luca and Steve talk about a new book deal announcement for one of the duo, George Galloway, children's books and the writers that write them, YouTube Celebs, new book releases and the charts.

Reviews this week come from debut reviewer Craig Sisterson, who recommends The Last Act of Hattie Hoffman by Mindy Mejia and Dead Lemons by Finn Bell.

This week's special guest is Casey Kelleher, who talks about her books, how she started out, her love for Martina Cole, reality TV, and much more.

In the wrap up, the boys answer more of your questions!

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

March 08, 2017 01:50 AM PST

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business. Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

On this week's show, the boys discuss train station issues, Susan Hill and censorship, World Book Day, writing and more.

Special guests this week are debut author Daniel Cole, who talks about his novel Ragdoll. Also, the incredible Sam Eades, who talks about being Daniel's editor, moving from publicity to editing, Netflix, and announces a brand new signing for the Trapeze list.

In the wrap up, they answer your questions, including which makes the better pet, a monkey or a robot.

February 27, 2017 07:53 AM PST

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business. Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

In this week's show Luca and Steve talk about the things that anger readers the most, talking animals, James Ellroy, horrible jobs, and much more.

Special guest this week is Mason Cross who talks about his Carter Blake series, Batman, and Luca Veste makes a terrible confession.

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

February 21, 2017 08:43 AM PST

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present the number one podcast for readers and writers which brings you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business. Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us their reads of the week.

This week, the boys discuss dishwashers, sensitivity readers, diversity in publishing, Jack the Ripper, Patricia Cornwell, and the forgotten victims.

In reviewer's corner this week is Liz Barnsley of LizLovesBooks, who recommends Purged by Peter Laws, A Game of Ghosts by John Connolly, and an extra non-crime read.

Special guest this week is Keshini Naidoo, Associate Publisher at Bookoutre. Keshini discusses digital publishing, the best crime and thriller e-books from Bookoutre, how she got into publishing and what makes a great copyeditor.

Credits.

Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

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