Interview with Anne Westrick

Anne Westrick joins me in this episode of Working Title podcast. We talk about developing emotional connections to characters, avenues for researching subject matter, and crafting a winning query letter.

Her debut novel, Brotherhood, takes place in Reconstruction-era Richmond, Va., where a boy struggles to protect a friend from the Ku Klux Klan he recently joined.

Anne recalls her willingness to tear down the structure of her novel in order to build a better one, and delving into her long family history to discover details that make her characters authentic and compelling.

A special treat: Anne reads an excerpt from her novel.

Listen to the entire conversation here:


Joshua Paul Cane with author AB Westrick and her novel "Brotherhood" inside the Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va.

With author AB (Anne) Westrick and her novel Brotherhood inside the Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va.

Be sure to get a copy of Brotherhood for yourself and the teens in your life who are sure to enjoy it.

Intro and outro music in the podcast is called, “The Strategy.”

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