Tracey Neithercott, author of Gray Wolf Island, talks about being inspired by unsolved mysteries and real life treasure hunters, how writing shapes our identities, and how she wrote her debut book while dealing with a life-altering chronic pain diagnosis.
LINKS AND TOPICS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Dawson’s Creek (TV show)
Sarah LaPolla, literary agent at Bradford Literary Agency
Stand By Me (movie)
Gray Wolf Island is based of Oak Island
Forrest Fenn (antiquities dealer who buried a treasure)
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