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Laury A. Egan Sees Writing As Serious Business

Laury A. Egan Sees Writing As Serious Business

Update: 2022-06-14
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Ep: 128 Laury A. Egan, and Brad Shreve discuss the diversity in the type of stories she writes, her passion for the visual arts, writing both psychological suspense and humor, and being a humanist.

 she doesn't write a series, and her latest novel Doublecrossed.

Podcast Website:   www.queerwritersofcrime.com
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Laury's website: http://www.lauryaegan.com/

Laury's Blog: https://lauryaeganblog.wordpress.com/

Laury A. Egan is the author of (fiction) Wave in D Minor, Doublecrossed, Turnabout, The Swimmer, A Bittersweet Tale, The Ungodly Hour, The Outcast Oracle, Fog and Other Stories, Jenny Kidd, and Fabulous! An Opera Buffa; (poetry) Beneath the Li

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Laury A. Egan Sees Writing As Serious Business

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