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Plotboilers: Book Reviews and Writing Life
Today I’m talking about a fiery psychological thriller, Bonfire by Krysten Ritter. I’m not just excited to talk about the plot; I’m also stoked (get it?) to discuss her creative process and some surprising things we can learn from actors who are authors. Additionally, I’m touching on something that’s sparked my attention lately: how books like Gone Girl, The Woman in the Window, Sharp Objects, and Bonfire are either fanning the flames of the dead girl trope or burning it down. As usual, you can find Plotboilers on iTunes, Spotify, or right here on the Plotboilers website. Additionally, I love getting reviews and ratings on iTunes, so toss a few (or five?) stars my direction!
Books mentioned in this episode:
* Bonfire by Krysten Ritter
* Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
* Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
* The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
* The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn