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This has been a busy podcast summer for our authors — in August they recorded and posted three new episodes of Who The Hell Are We? (WTHAW), the audio podcast about identity, books and (usually) cocktails — with more shows on the way! Today co-host Melanie posted a short episode where she describes the origin of her book based on the real-life Alice who inspired those delightful adventures in Wonderland. Learn more about the story behind the story of Melanie Benjamin’s historical novel, Alice I Have Been in today’s BONUS episode!
The WTHAW podcast’s most-recent full episode is called I Facebook, Therefore I Am. In that conversation Edward and Melanie discuss some of the choices they’ve made when talking about themselves on social media. They also share some entertaining behind-the-scenes adventures from their author book tours — along with a brief list of books by other authors on living the writing life.
Earlier episodes you might have missed: In A Drawer Darkly, and Circus Peanut Race Cars. The former touches on the topic of unpublished manuscripts (with several funny stories) and the latter is about Edward and Melanie’s complicated personal relationships with food, including references to books about food that they’ve enjoyed.
It’s very likely there’s a recent WTHAW conversation that you simply must hear!
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