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GCB Event: William Rawlings - Shared screen with speaker view
DeKalb Library Foundation
20:30
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Teresa Weaver
44:37
Can you talk a little about your research? Beyond the newspaper accounts and court transcripts, how did interviews help you tell the story?
Emilia
44:46
Thank you so much for coming and sharing about your books. My question is about the story of this case. I am just wondering if we know the motive of the murderer.
Sarah Arnett
44:58
When you wrote this book do you start writing beginning to end or start at the ending and write back to the beginning?
Joe
46:10
will ask these next
Sarah Arnett
47:09
In all your books (I have read them all!) , you have a fabulous way of just walking the reader into the book…how much time do you spend on the opening of the book? How do you decide how to “open” the story?
Emilia
47:44
How did you go about getting in contact with the people you interviewed?
Teresa Weaver
49:56
Was there any piece of information that you were not able to track down? Any mysteries left unsolved?
Teresa Weaver
51:27
Do you read a lot of true crime? Who are some of your favorites?
Teresa Weaver
56:52
What's the writing process like for you? Do you write every day? Do you get caught up in the story?
Teresa Weaver
01:01:32
Can you tell us a little about the book on lighthouses you're working on?
Emilia
01:02:34
What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
Ann Hite
01:03:01
What advice do you have for someone who is changing genres?
Sarah Arnett
01:08:35
Keep writing!
Emilia
01:08:46
Thank you very much for coming!
Faye
01:09:14
Thank you! It was enlightening and delightful!