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Podcast: Visiting Trident Booksellers & Cafe for ‘Sid Sanford Lives!’

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BookTrib.com recently added the podcast Writer’s Bone to our weekly features. Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy have been bringing us weekly podcasts of discussions they have with writers about the craft of writing and what motivates them to tell a good story.  We hope you enjoy this series as much as we do.

On September 21, Daniel Ford launched his debut novel, Sid Sanford Lives! at Trident Booksellers & Cafe with the help of his family, friends, and the crew from Writer’s Bone. Ford read from the book, answered fun questions from Sean Tuohy and the audience, and signed many books!


In case you didn’t already know, Sid Sanford Livesis an emotionally-charged, humanistic view of love, loss, and family shown through the eyes of one man. Sid Sanford always follows a path, from Backyard Wiffle ball games to New York City skyscrapers – he always finds triumph and pain in equal measure. Sid attempts to balance his journey of loyal family and eccentric friends rooting him on to fulfill his potential destiny or drowning himself in the bottom of a bottle. This is an adventure that you don’t want to miss.

You won’t regret listening to this unforgettable podcast where one Writer’s Bone founder is put on the spotlight to talk about his amazing journey into publishing his first novel. Daniel Ford writes of himself, “While Sid shares a few of Ford’s signature traits – bookworm, journalist, bourbon lover – Sid became his own man while the author was figuring out how to be one.” In the past, Daniel Ford worked as JCK Magazines’ Web editor for a few years, and credits that staff for honing his writing and editing chops. Today, he is currently working on a short story collection while he accompanies Sean Tuohy with The Writer’s Bone.

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After meeting at a Halloween Party in 2013, Sean Tuohy met Daniel Ford put their heads together and came up with a podcast they would use to discuss books and some of their other favorite things. They initially called the podcast “2 Gentleman Writers,” then “Hemingway’s Love Children.” They eventually settled on Writer’s Bone. Daniel and Sean are in the middle of something very big and wonderful. Through Writer’s Bone, they feature author interviews, present works of fiction, and Boneyard discussions along the way.

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