Welcome to the episode number 37 of the Authors of Mass Destruction podcast. My name is Natasha Bajema, aka WMDgirl on Twitter. I’m a fiction author, national security expert and your host for this podcast.
- If you’re interested in science & technology, in reading good fiction, or want to write fiction based on technology, you’re in the right place.
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- Personal Update:
- I’ve started my next novel – a dystopian science fiction novel set in 2044
- Not reading much news except for COVID-19 related news
- Let’s get to the interview with Emily Lorditch. Authors get ideas for novels from the news headlines. I’ve asked Emily to come up with a list of top ten current news headlines for creating new stories based on science.