Joni Rodgers was a volunteer with the relief effort after Hurricane Katrina when she had the idea for The Hurricane Lover. The novel came to life over a long, slow period – a whirl of ideas, each falling into place day by day. Very often those insights come in the form of music – for the nature of her characters and for the tumultuous arc of the story itself. Joni Rodgers will be here on Wednesday drumming up a storm with her Undercover Soundtrack.
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Former ghostwriter coming out of the shadows with books of my own. My Memories of a Future Life. Lifeform Three (longlisted for the World Fantasy Award). Ever Rest (finalist in the Eric Hoffer Grand Prize).
Humorous memoir: Not Quite Lost: Travels Without A Sense of Direction.
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3 thoughts on “‘I listened, eyes closed, hands on keys, remembering the *why* of this book’ – Joni Rodgers”
I am so enjoying this series – even when I don’t comment, I am reading in my email account (I am subscribed) – —
Thanks, Kat! I love it too – each piece is such a personal and vivid insight into a book.
it is – and just beautiful . . .