Sophie Mackintosh

Episode 41 with Sophie Mackintosh

In this month’s episode we’re joined by the novelist Sophie Mackintosh, who is the author of ‘the Water Cure’ (2018) and ‘Blue Ticket’ (2020).

Topics covered with Sophie include (alongside much more): the shift to writing full time, the importance of music and having a bespoke playlist for each book, and writing a synopsis at the very beginning to help visualise the shape of a project.

You can find out more about Sophie at her website here: https://www.sophiemackintosh.co.uk/

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