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Daniel Ford

Daniel Ford has 48 articles published.

Daniel Ford
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.

Gail Honeyman on “Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine”

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Gail Honeyman, author of Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine (which is now available in paperback), stops by Writer’s Bone to discuss delving into loneliness in her debut novel, what went into crafting her memorable main character Eleanor, and how she balanced drama and humor throughout the narrative. To learn more Gail Honeyman, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter @GailHoneyman. Want more BookTrib? Sign up NOW for news and giveaways!

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Jennifer Keishin Armstrong: “Sex and the City and Us”

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Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, author of Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted and Seinfeldia, returns to the podcast to discuss her new book Sex and the City and Us (out June 5). To learn more about Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Also listen to our first interview with the author. Want more BookTrib? Sign up NOW for news and giveaways!

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Writer’s Bone Podcast: Have a Little ‘Rabbit Cake’ with Author Annie Hartnett

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Author Annie Hartnett talks to Daniel Ford about her debut novel Rabbit Cake, her Dolly Parton-infused writing process, and how she ended up at Tin House Books. To learn more about Annie Hartnett, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter and Instagram.   Sign up NOW for exclusive BookTrib news, interviews and giveaways!

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PODCAST: Friday Morning Coffee: ‘A Place For Wolves’ Author Kosoko Jackson

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Kosoko Jackson, author of A Place For Wolves (out in 2019), talks to Daniel Ford about the diversity found in today’s YA market and his publishing journey. Caitlin and Courtney Malcuit once again give us a double shot of coffee, and discuss the anime series “Junji Ito Collection” and Caitlin’s fear of… Cookie Monster? To learn more about Kosoko Jackson, visit his official website or follow him on Twitter @KosokoJackson. Sign up NOW for exclusive BookTrib news, interviews and giveaways!

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Writer’s Bone Podcast: Sean Tuohy Talks with New York Times Best Selling Author Barry Eisler

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Barry Eisler, New York Times best-selling author of A Clean Kill in Tokyo, Graveyard of Memories, and The Night Trade, talks to Sean Tuohy about creating John Rain and embracing self-publishing.     To learn more about Barry Eisler, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @barryeisler.   Sign up NOW for exclusive BookTrib news, interviews and giveaways!

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Writer’s Bone: ‘A Cold Day In Hell’ Author Lissa Marie Redmond on Why There’s More To Buffalo Than Their Wings

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Lissa Marie Redmond, author of A Cold Day in Hell (out Feb. 8), talks to Sean Tuohy about transitioning from law enforcement to fiction, how she crafted detective Lauren Riley and slick defense attorney Frank Violanti, and why people should realize that there’s more going on in Buffalo than chicken wings and snow.  To learn more about Lissa Marie Redmond, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter and Instagram.     Be a BookTrib Ambassador!  Sign up NOW for our weekly newsletter.

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Writer’s Bone: Friday Morning Coffee with ‘The Lost Girls of Camp Forevermore’ Author Kim Fu

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Kim Fu, author of The Lost Girls of Camp Forevermore (out Feb. 13) and For Today I Am a Boy, talks to Caitlin Malcuit about her writing process, what inspired her new novel, what she’s working on now, and her advice for aspiring writers.     To learn more about Kim Fu, visit her official website or follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Sign up NOW for exclusive BookTrib news, interviews and giveaways!

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Writer’s Bone: Live From Trident Booksellers & Café With Pachinko Author Min Jin Lee

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Live from Trident Booksellers & Café, author Min Jin Lee reads from her National Book Award-nominated novel Pachinko and then talks to Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy about her writing process and what it means to be an engaged, thoughtful person in today’s political climate. To learn more about Min Jin Lee, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter @minjinlee11. Also listen to our past interviews with the author: Episode 166 | Friday Morning Coffee.     Be a BookTrib Ambassador!  Sign up NOW for our weekly newsletter.

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Writer’s Bone Podcast: Friday Morning Coffee with ‘Mom and Dad’ Writer and Director Brian Taylor

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Screenwriter and director Brian Taylor, whose credits include “Crank” and “Gamer,” talks to Sean Tuohy about how being a parent inspired his new film “Mom and Dad,” directing Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair, and his SyFy television show “Happy!” Caitlin Malcuit also launches her new audio column! She shares what she’s binge-watching at the moment.        Sign up NOW for exclusive BookTrib news, interviews and giveaways!

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Writer’s Bone Podcast: 2018 Oscars Prep With Washington Post Film Critic Ann Hornaday

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Ann Hornaday—Washington Post film critic, author of Talking Pictures: How to Watch Movies, and co-host of the podcast At the Movies With Arch and Ann—talks to Daniel Ford about this year’s Oscar nominations. To learn more about Ann Hornaday, visit her Washington Post page or follow her on Twitter @AnnHornaday. Also read our first interview with the film critic.     The end is near! Just five more days left to enter our writing contest, where you could become a BookTrib Contributor! Hurry, the deadline is January 31, 2018.   Be a BookTrib Ambassador!  Sign up NOW for our weekly newsletter.

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Writer’s Bone: Friday Morning Coffee With ‘Operator Down’ Author Brad Taylor

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Author Brad Taylor returns to the podcast and talks to Caitlin Malcuit about his new Pike Logan military thriller, Operator Down. To learn more about Brad Taylor, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @bradtaylorbooks. Also listen to our first podcast interview with the author (way back in 2014!).   Want to be a published writer? Enter our writing contest, where you could become a BookTrib Contributor! Deadline for submissions is January 31, 2018. Be a BookTrib Ambassador!  Sign up NOW for our weekly newsletter.  

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Writer’s Bone: ‘First Case Scenario’ Author Annemarie DeClark

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Annemarie DeClark, author of First Case Scenario, talks to Daniel Ford about her lifelong love of mysteries, how her two aunts helped her refine her debut novel, and what she has planned next for her main character Harlee O’Conner. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, DeClark is a former West Point cadet with a degree in Mathematics and Natural Science. A lifelong fan of mysteries, she decided to write her own series. Her debut mystery novel, First Case Scenario, is now available for purchase.   To learn more about Annemarie DeClark, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter @AuthorDeClark.   Want to be a published writer? Enter our writing contest, where you could become a…

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Writer’s Bone: Author Richard White Takes a Stand

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Richard White, author of Railroaded: The Transcontinentals and the Making of Modern America and The Republic for Which It Stands – The United States during Reconstruction and the Gilded Age, 1865-1896, talks to Daniel Ford about the historians that influenced him early on, his research and writing process, and how he incorporated the American West into The Republic for Which It Stands.   Richard White is Margaret Byrne Professor of American History at Stanford University. He is the author of numerous prize-winning books, including Railroaded: The Transcontinentals and the Making of Modern America, The Middle Ground: Indians, Empires, and Republics in the Great Lakes Region, and “It’s Your Misfortune and None of My Own”: A New History of the American West.…

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Writer’s Bone: Daniel Ford’s Debut Novel, ‘Sid Sanford Lives!’

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In October, Daniel Ford read from his debut novel Sid Sanford Lives! at Belmont Books in Belmont, Mass., and the then answered questions from Dave Pezza and a smart group of readers. Learn more about Daniel Ford by visiting his official website, liking his Facebook page, or following him on Twitter @danielfford. Sid Sanford Lives! is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and IndieBound.     Want to be a published writer? Enter our writing contest, where you could become a BookTrib Contributor! Deadline for submissions is January 31, 2018. Be a BookTrib Ambassador!  Sign up NOW for our weekly newsletter.

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‘Are You Sleeping?’ Wake Up for This Writer’s Bone Podcast

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Kathleen Barber, author of Are You Sleeping, talks to Daniel Ford about always being a storyteller, how the podcast Serial helped inspire her debut, and why writers must always make time for writing. To learn more about Kathleen Barber, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter and Instagram.     Want to be a published writer? Enter our writing contest, where you could become a BookTrib Contributor! Deadline for submissions is January 31, 2018. Be a BookTrib Ambassador!  Sign up NOW for our weekly newsletter.

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