Nancy Pearl And The Case Of The First-Time Novelist
First-time novelist Elisabeth Egan spent most of her career writing about other people's books as a literary editor for magazines and websites. That provided the fodder for Egan's "A Window Opens," about a literary editor who finds what she thinks might be the job of her dreams.
Nancy Pearl talks with KUOW's Marcie Sillman about the novel and what makes an author's first book great.
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