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FM #579 - Franklin author Susan K Hamilton - 07/08/21
Episode 57915th July 2021 • Franklin Matters Radio • Steve Sherlock
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This session of the radio show shares my conversation with Franklin author Susan K Hamilton.  Susan has just published her second fantasy novel, The Devil Inside.  

We talk about Susan’s Franklin story. How her interest in writing was instilled early on but she really only started exploring this while in college. Her two most recent publications were in the realm of fantasy albeit different from each other. Her next work might be something in women’s literature..

The recording runs about 33 minutes, so let’s listen to my conversation with Susan outdoors on the Town Common

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Susan K Hamilton’s web page  https://www.susankhamilton.com/ 

The Devil Inside ->  https://www.amazon.com/Devil-Inside-Susan-K-Hamilton/dp/1950301206/ 

The Shadow King -> https://www.amazon.com/Shadow-King-Susan-K-Hamilton/dp/1947848984 

The Writing Bloc writing group mentioned during our conversation ->  https://writingbloc.com/ 

NYC Midnight writers challenge -> http://www.nycmidnight.com/ 

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