‘Road trips require a soundtrack; so do some novels’ – Linda Collison

for logoMy guest this week says she studied music in high school. She describes music as a time machine, and even indulges a wish that in a parallel life, she became a musician. (I’m sure many of my Soundtrack guests feel this – or at least I do.) In this life, though, her instrument is words, and she compares writing to a long process of dreaming a journey. Her novel is the story of teenagers coming of age on a road trip and was a finalist in Foreword Review’s Book of the Year Award. She is Linda Collison, her novel is Looking For Redfeather, and she’ll be here on Wednesday with her Undercover Soundtrack.

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