This week Michelle talks to the fierce and talented Andrea Dunlop. Andrea shares her experience of working in the publishing world, her journey to becoming a successful author of multiple books, her true crime podcast, and the inspiration behind her newest novel, Women Are The Fiercest Creatures. Andrea and Michelle discuss the future of publishing, fiction vs non-fiction, the tech world, motherhood and even a little Real Housewives. There’s so much to enjoy in this week’s episode and we can’t wait for you to hear it.
In This Episode, Michelle Talks About
- Working in the publishing world as an author
- The inspiration behind Andrea’s newest novel
- Andrea’s true crime podcast ‘Nobody Should Believe Me’
Working in the publishing world as an author
Andrea shares with us what it was like working on her own books while promoting the work of others at the same time. She talks about how the interior view of the business and the experience she gained helped prepare her for the future and how it made her resilient enough to survive her publishing career once she was in it.
The inspiration behind Andrea’s newest novel
Andrea’s true crime podcast ‘Nobody Should Believe Me’
As well as being a successful multi-published author, Andrea is also the host of a podcast that is dedicated to stories about Munchausen by proxy. She talks about her involvement with the Munchausen by proxy committee on the American professional society on the abuse of children, what her experience was like working closely with people that have been through such extremely painful situations, and what her personal connection is to the topic.
Women are the fiercest creatures By Andrea Dunlop
Nobody Should Believe in Me Podcast
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group