Our guest on episode 10 is Daniel Ross, whose novel Bobby Denise is Reigning Rampant has been picked up by Unbound. We talked about the process of crowdfunding a novel as well as some of his favourite books about cats and music.

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Books mentioned this episode:

Bobby Denise Is Reigning Rampant, by Daniel Ross

Unscripted, by Claire Handscombe

Johnny Ruin, by Don Dalton

The Second Death of Daedalus Mole, by Niall Slater

Such Small Hands, by Andres Barba

Know Your Place: Essays on the Working Class by the Working Class, ed. Nathan Connolly

Lincoln in the Bardo, by George Saunders

Kafka On The Shore, by Haruki Murakami

Cat Country, by Lao She

The Travelling Cat Chronicles, by Hiro Arikawa

Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop, by Bob Stanley

Everything I Know About Love, by Dolly Alderton

The Adulterants, by Joe Dunthorne

Feel Free, by Zadie Smith

The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, by Stuart Turnton

The Only Story, by Julian Barnes

Goodbye, Perfect, by Sarah Barnard

A Quiet Kind of Thunder, by Sarah Barnard

(A note on my book links: they usually take you to Amazon, and I get a few pence per sale at no extra cost to you if you click them and buy from there, which will help me make this podcast viable long-term. But better than Amazon, who are, let’s be honest, not the greatest, is Blackwells or Waterstones, or, even better, your local independent bookshop. If you live in the US or elsewhere further afield, you can find UK books at Book Depository (also owned by Amazon) at a good price and with no postage cost, or you can buy them from Amazon US, or, even better, an independent bookshop.)