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This is a throwback, friends! For episode 9 of the No Thanks We’re Booked podcast, Katie and I had the great pleasure of interviewing Rosie Walsh, NYT bestselling author of debut novel, Ghosted (also known in the UK as The Man Who Didn’t Call).
Some highlights from this episode: Hearing Rosie talk about the challenge of revising and rewriting, how she crafted the ending of the story (don’t worry—no spoilers!), and the craziest stories of being ghosted we’ve ever heard.
This was SUCH a fun interview for us. Revisiting this episode makes me miss the podcast so much. I cannot wait to read Rosie’s next book, The Love of My Life. We hope you enjoy it, too. Hop on over to the podcast to check out other episodes with NYT bestselling authors and other lovely guests.
Other books mentioned during the episode:
- Whiskey When We’re Dry by John Larison
- Fool’s Errand by Robin Hobb
- Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren
- The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah (*psst, check out her author interview here!)
Thank you so much, Rosie, for taking the time to answer our questions!
You can learn more about Rosie Walsh’s books, including Ghosted, on her website. Follow her on Instagram and Facebook.
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