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Erin, Girl by Sandra Cunha

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This week we read Erin, Girl by Sandra Cunha. We discuss novellas as a story format, the precipice between a likeable and unlikeable character, and for the first time ever we break format on one of the three questions. Listen now.

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Andrew Gaudet

Asker of Questions
Andrew has worked in sales and management for more than a decade. His favorite books include Star Wars "Hier to the Empire" trilogy by Timothy Zahn, "Raw Shark Texts" by Stephen Hall, "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen Covey, and "Paris 1919" by Margaret Macmillan. "No plan survives first contact" - paraphrased from Helmuth von Moltke.


2 responses to “Erin, Girl by Sandra Cunha”

  1. Sandra Cunha says:

    Thanks Crystal and Andrew for breaking the rules and featuring my little book. I’m happy you liked it!

    Sandra

  2. Crystal says:

    No problem Sandra! We’re glad you enjoyed the episode. 🙂

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