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Writing a Series and What "Close" Really Means for POV with Hank Phillippi Ryan and Allison Amend
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Writing a Series and What "Close" Really Means for POV with Hank Phillippi Ryan and Allison Amend

From the "What's Holding You Back?" Writing Challenge Series
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Two important questions today from listeners. The first is worried about issues involving writing a series. The second wonders about close third-person point of view. We’ve got award-winning authors Allison Amend and Hank Phillippi Ryan to help us out.

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Allison Amend is the author of four award-winning books, including her short story collection, Things That Pass for Love, and three novels: Stations West, a finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award, as well as A Nearly Perfect Copy and Enchanted Islands, both published by Doubleday. Allison lives in New York City, where she teaches creative writing at Lehman College in the Bronx and at the Red Earth MFA.

Hank Phillippi Ryan is the USA Today bestselling author of 15 psychological thrillers. She’s won five Agathas, five Anthonys, and the coveted Mary Higgins Clark Award. She is also on-air investigative reporter for Boston’s WHDH-TV, with 37 EMMYs and dozens more journalism honors. Her newest is the page-turning standalone thriller, One Wrong Word, which will be released next month.

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