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Episode 40: Harry Bingham

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Harry BinghamHarry Bingham is the author of the Fiona Griffiths series of crime novels.

The series is set in Cardiff and features a heroine described by the Sunday Times as ‘The most startling protagonist in modern crime fiction … brutal, freakish and totally original.’

Harry also created the Writers’ Workshop in 2005 by spending an initial £800 on a website offering editorial services.

The Writers’ Workshop is now the largest editorial consultancy in the UK.

The Festival of Writing is the biggest and best writers’ conference in the UK, and Agent Hunter is the UK’s premier online literary agent search tool.

Harry’s books on Getting Published and How to Write are among the leading titles in their field and the first Fiona Griffiths novel was televised by Bonafide and broadcast on Sky Living.

Episode 40, release date Monday 5th December, 2016

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Harry’s website:

Agent Hunter:

The Writers’ Workshop:

Harry at Writer’s Workshop:

Harry’s Amazon Author page:

Harry’s GoodReads page:

Follow Harry on Twitter:

The Festival of Writing on Twitter: [Highly recommended!]

Agent Hunter on Twitter:

Additional talking points:

1) The TV adaption of Harry’s first Fiona Giffiths novel:

2) The Futurecast session at The Festival of Writing 2016:

3) Bookouture:

Watch the video to see what they do …

4) ‘Non-traditional’ authors discussed during the interview:

Rachel Abbott

Mark Edwards

Adam Croft

Angela Marsons

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