It’s an extra pleasure to be hosting this week’s guest. For a number of years we’ve corresponded about agents, publishing options and writing questions, and many of her queries have resulted in useful posts. Now here she is with her first novel, a romantic thriller called Into the Dark, published by MuseItUp. If you guessed she needed a dark soundtrack you wouldn’t be far wrong. She is Stacy Green and she’s on the Red Blog with her Undercover Soundtrack.
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‘Songs to capture sadness, isolation and heartache’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Stacy Green
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- Should you write under a pseudonym? Pros, cons and practicalities in a digital world November 29, 2015
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- ‘An earworm of the heart’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Katharine Grant November 11, 2015
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- ‘Tearing open the doors of the heart’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Michael Golding November 4, 2015
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- ‘A cracked but steely song of survival and beauty’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Philip Miller October 28, 2015
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