Glass Bookshop Radio

This week, Makda speaks with multi-genre author Sandra SG Wong about her crime novel IN THE DARK WE FORGET. They chat about the allure of the Rockies, the untapped potential of unreliable narrators, feeling empowered in publishing, and more.

Show Notes

This week, Makda speaks with multi-genre author Sandra SG Wong about her crime novel IN THE DARK WE FORGET. They chat about the allure of the Rockies, the untapped potential of unreliable narrators, feeling empowered in publishing, and more.

Sandra SG Wong (she/her) writes fiction across genres, including the cross-genre Lola Starke novels and Crescent City short stories. A Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence finalist & Whistler Independent Book Awards nominee, as well as a speaker, mentor, and hybrid author, Sandra chairs the DEIJB Advisory Committee for Sisters in Crime and is a proud member of Crime Writers of Color. A standalone suspense, IN THE DARK WE FORGET is her most recent release. Tweet her @S_G_Wong & visit sgwong.com.

You can order IN THE DARK WE FORGET here.

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Transcript to come.

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