Three crime writers talk all things crime, writing, inspirations and process, with special guest authors
Blood Brothers Episode 75 with Simon Beckett
Blood Brothers Rob Parker and Chris McDonald talk to Simon Beckett about his journey to publication, his work process and his writing.
Blood Brothers Episode 74 with Sharon Bolton
Blood Brothers Chris McDonald and Rob Parker spend an inspirational hour with author Sharon Bolton, discussing her work, her tips and her writing journey. With a whole lot of exclusives!
Blood Brothers Episode 73 with Michael Connelly
The Blood Brothers team were delighted to spend an hour in the company of Michael Connelly this week, to talk about his vast career, and his latest novel, The Dark Hours. Find out about his plans for Bosch for Renée Ballard, and for Mickey Haller, and check out his answers to all of your twitter questions.
Blood Brothers Episode 72 with Allie Reynolds
Blood Brothers regulars Chris McDonald and Sean Coleman chat to Allie Reynolds about the incredible Shiver, her writing process, and her journey to getting published. Also, lots about her forthcoming book, The Bay.
Blood Brothers Episode 71 with Brian McGilloway.
Blood Brothers regulars Sean Coleman and Chris McDonald chat to Sunday Times Bestseller, Brian McGilloway about DS Lucy Black, Inspector Devlin and concatenation as a story device — yes, we CAN do high-brow too, you know? Enjoy, it's a good 'un.
Blood Brothers Episode 70 with Neil Broadfoot
Blood Brothers Chris McDonald and Rob Parker chat to Neil Broadfoot about writing in the pandemic, aged fans and which authors excite them. Also joined by a surprise mystery guest....
Informative but also hilarious
In a time when everything around us is doom and gloom, it’s refreshing to listen to Sean M Coleman, Rob Parker and Chris McDonald chatting you guest authors, talking not only about there own writing processes but also the guests. If you are into reading Crime novels listen in, I have recently read books by each guests so far and am looking forward to others, coming up. On the first two episodes I laughed so much I had tears running down my face, and that real stomach pain from laughing, may have even snorted once or twice but don’t tell anyone. If you haven’t heard of the hosts they are all writers themselves and definitely worth checking out their books. Great episodes keep up the good work @jackiesreading
No no no
Looking forward to this podcast after I bought the authors book. Disappointed with a host with a laugh like a horse who smokes 20 a day laughing at any incidental Comment as if it was the funniest joke in the world“My dog has no nose”. Avoid of forward the beginning 20 mins