B.M. Carroll: "Being organised just kills the joy for me."


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Aug 16 2018 28 mins  
B.M. Carroll, also known as Ber Carroll, says that being organised kills her creativity. That might surprise you, considering the complexity of her latest crime fiction book The Missing Pieces of Sophie McCarthy, which incredibly weaves multiple perspectives into one rip-roaring, fast-paced story. We chat with Ber about her changing writing process, recent books that have inspired her and all about a little person called Sophie McCarthy. Books mentioned in this podcast: The Missing Pieces of Sophie McCarthy by B.M. Carroll —> https://bit.ly/2MjSUHJ Greenlight by Benjamin Stevenson —> https://bit.ly/2MPLdoP The Widow by Fiona Barton —> https://bit.ly/2nGQlk9 The Child by Fiona Barton —> https://bit.ly/2MgqApA Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn —> https://bit.ly/2OEdTBB Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins —> https://bit.ly/2vLTZ0r The Dry by Jane Harper —> https://bit.ly/2wbJzH7 Wimmera by Mark Brandi —> https://bit.ly/2Mtp9mY Hosts: Sarah McDuling and John Purcell Guest: B.M. (Ber) Carroll