I Read Somewhere That: Episode 6

Welcome to a new episode of I Read Somewhere That! It’s is a bumper issue, a whole nine minutes and twenty-six seconds and, for your listening convenience, the podcast is now available on YouTube as well as on Apple and all other podcast forums!

I take a look at what Amazon was going to be called before they settled on the moniker that changed our lives forever and, what was their original product? Plus, have Amazon changed their (already dubious) review processes? I chat about a controversial tweet about books needing a timeout, Canada’s non-fiction crisis, whether you should write a memoir or not and finally, should you write every day?

I also share my one tried and tested secret to having ten published books!

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Lisa de Nikolits is the international award-winning author of ten novels: The Hungry Mirror, West of Wawa, A Glittering Chaos, The Witchdoctor’s Bones, Between The Cracks She Fell, The Nearly Girl, No Fury Like That, Rotten Peaches, ​The Occult Persuasion and the Anarchist’s Solution and The Rage Room. No Fury Like That was published in Italian in 2019 by Edizione Le Assassine under the title Una furia dell’altro mondo. Her short fiction and poetry have also been published in various international anthologies and journals. Originally from South Africa, Lisa de Nikolits came to Canada in 2000. She lives and writes in Toronto. All novels published by Inanna Publications, inanna.ca

See also  I Read Somewhere That: Episode 12
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