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Faith Hogan The Guest House by the Sea

Faith Hogan interview

The Love Your Library podcast was joined by Faith Hogan for this episode. Faith Hogan is the bestselling author of uplifting fiction titles like The Ladies’ Midnight Swimming Club, The Girl I Used to Know, and My Husband’s Wives. Hattie chatted to Faith about her latest book, The Guest House by the Sea. Set in the fictional Irish coastal village of Ballycove, the book tells a story about how the places people escape to can provide the ideal setting for self-reflection and transformation. Faith also speaks about her writing process, the difference between writing uplifting fiction and crime fiction, and her love of libraries.

Please note, this episode contains mentions of some sensitive topics, including abortion and dementia.

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