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[00:00:22] More importantly, we'll also let you get to know a little about the authors themselves. A chance to get a feel for the person who spent hours, weeks, months, and let's be honest, in most cases, years. Filling the pages and building a world you get to lose yourself in. Our gift is a quick glance into the human side of writing, perhaps a morsel about what led them to writing in the first place, what character they're the most attached to, or a little on the passion around their topic.[:
[00:01:04] It's our goal to connect you with authors from varying genres and styles of writing, and to keep in concert with our title by keeping them express so you can work them into your weekly routine.[:
[00:01:40] She's the author of A Song for the Road. I interview her early on in one of our episodes. So you'll get to know her a little better before you meet her as a host. You can catch us every week starting Wednesday, November 30th, and every Wednesday thereafter. And yes, we know it is the final day of NaNoWriMo, so we know that there won't be any writers listening on [00:02:00] November 30th.[:
Keep it interesting, but keep it express.