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Interview with Jordanna Max Brodsky, author of The Immortals

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Our 31st episode features Jordanna Max Brodsky, author of the The Immortals, book one in the Olympus Bound series. She shares with Adam her writing process of needing to write five days a week and all about the places she has traveled for research places. She and Adam also discuss their shared love of musicals, many of which are based on books including Bridges of Madison County, Once, and, of course, Hamilton.

Jordanna's reading recommendations:

The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare

The Stormlight Archive Series by Brandon Sanderson

Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

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