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Exclusive interview. Luke Smitherd discusses his new book, Kill Someone, a novel with an impossible choice: kill a random stranger - one of Chris' choosing - within 12 days in order to save the lives of five kidnapped siblings. Refuse, and they die slowly and painfully. How did Luke come up with this concept? What is it like to have a book published? What's next? Luke answers all these questions and more.

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Interesting interview

Luke smitherd is a great writer and seems like a good guy. I've enjoyed every one of his books, and I look forward to the next one.

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Solid performance

Great interaction between the two main characters.... Interesting to hear Matt Shaw in the plot also.

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Just listened to my first Smithered book

And really enjoyed it so have this a go.

Comes across as a top bloke, interesting to hear his views on self publication etc.

As it's a free interview expect plugs for books and audible/Amazon but it's great the writers are accessible.

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  • JoanneG
  • 19-12-16

Informative Session with a Thoughtful Funny Author

I learned a lot about the audiobook industry. I had no idea how popular it is. Luke Smitherd sounds just like the "Afterwords" of his books--funny, honest, and self-deprecating, but I think Andrew Lincoln/David Morrissey are long-shots.

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  • DobieChuck
  • 20-01-17

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Interesting interview, particularly the insights as to writing and publishing, and more specifically the platform of audio books... There is no story to speak of, and the performance has you viewing the writer as a shamelessly desperate self promoter😉 Sorry, couldn't resist😈 That being said, the interviewee does seem like a decently upright human being...

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