Go Ahead and Write Something Podcast, Episode 5, Brooke Lea Foster

Brooke Lea Foster, author of GIN LANE, talks about her journey from experienced journalist to novelist. Brooke Lea Foster is an award-winning author and journalist who has worked as a writer and editor at The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, The Huffington Post/AOL, and the Washingtonian magazine. She’s currently a contributing writer to Psychology Today magazine. Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Parents, PARADE, Scholastic Parent & Child, The Baltimore Sun, The Boston Globe, and Psychology Today, among many others. Brooke's debut novel, Summer Darlings, was featured as a top summer read in People Magazine, named a top summer pick by Entertainment Weekly, and named one of PARADE’s best books of summer. An alumna of The Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College, she is the author of three nonfiction books. On Gin Lane is her second novel. www.brookeleafoster.com

Go Ahead, Write Something is for writers who want motivation and the deep-down truths about getting published, and how to find joy in writing and sharing your work with the world. Listen in to hear the stories of a variety of authors, from bestsellers to those debuting with their first book. About the hosts: Tessa Smith McGovern is a published author, and writing instructor. Learn more at www.tessasmithmcgovern.com Patricia Dunn, aka T.M. Dunn, is a published author, writing instructor, and coach. More at www.tmdunnauthor.com

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