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L.A Larkin with ‘Devour’ and Michael Robotham ‘The Secrets She Keeps’



This week’s podcast  theme is Crime – ‘Devour‘ deals with the imagined  terrifying consequences of climate change and arctic exploration and big business skulduggery, ‘The Secrets she Keeps‘ is  a complete contrast as we enter the twisted internal world of a psychotic stalker. In this case, a pregnant woman!

Music track Abbie Cardwell with’Riddle and Rhyme’

You can hear this half hour PODCAST HERE!

If you are enjoying these  let me know!

Up next week: Rajith Savanadasa with  ‘Ruins’ and Sohila Sanjani with ‘Scattered Pearls’.


Narratives National Edition is live now!

Special half hour editions of Narratives are now being broadcast every week on Monday evenings at 7.05pm   on the Community Radio Network.

Sometimes I will have space on my show Arts Canvass to play these but not all of them and there are some fantastic author’s reads and interviews on these shows.

SO, you can go to the PODCASTS page on my Narratives Library website and listen there, on your phone, tablet or computer.


First up this week is Hannah Kent with ‘The Good  People’ and Robert Drewe with ‘Whipbird‘.

We are contemplating developing an special Narratives App so you can just log in and listen anywhere on your phone and tablet. Let me know if this idea appeals to you! (Also let me know if you would like to be sponsor of this project – I can take up to four depending on level of support. )


COMING SOON -Narratives National AND Narratives Podcasts!

From October we have an exciting new development  for the Narratives Library!

We will be producing a half hour show for distribution nationally through the Community Radio  Network.

But so no-one misses out on the broadcasts, after they have gone to air  they will be posted on this site as Podcasts on their own special page.


Each episode will feature two ( sometimes one or three!) authors  in interview and reading from their own work. With some terrific music breaks in between.

We hope you will enjoy these special productions which enlarge the scope of the library and enable us to bring you more insight into reading, writing and authors.

(Above L to R:  Sebastian Smee , Krissy Kneen, Briohny Doyle)