‘Intensity, wildness and urban mayhem’ – Kathryn Guare

for logoMy guest this week began her debut novel with very little sense of where she was going.  All she had was a powerful scene and a yen to explore it. While she was experimenting, she happened on an audio seminar on understanding classical music. Suddenly she realised her character should be a virtuoso violinist – and the novel came alive. (Readers of My Memories of a Future Life will recognise a kindred spirit here. When I heard about her novel I had to recruit her.) She carried on collecting music to explore her character’s world and the result is a suspense novel with a rather unusual protagonist. She is Kathryn Guare and she’ll be here on Wednesday with her Undercover Soundtrack.

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  1. #1 by Beth Rudetsky on September 4, 2013 - 4:29 am

    Wow, this is so exciting! Coming from the classical piano and chamber music world, I am very much looking forward to reading Kathryn Guare’s ‘Soundtrack’!

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