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Episode 1.09: A Conversation with John F.D. Taff about “Water and Wind”

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This week, we are sharing our third conversation with horror author John F.D. Taff as part of our recurring “In This Episode…” series focused on The FearingEach book in The Fearing will have its own episode where we take a deep dive into the events of the story and uncover some behind the scenes insight from John. This time around, we take an in-depth look at Book Two, Water and Wind. We talk to John about some new characters that kickstart Water and Wind, the different types of horrors that begin creeping into the story, the progression of the characters we’ve already met, and some awesome insight into John’s current projects. Just a word of warning for those who have yet to read Water and Wind – we go fairly in-depth into that scene that took every reader by surprise. We had a blast talking to John as always and if you missed our previous conversations, you can check it out at the link below or through your favorite podcast service. The Fearing is proving to be the reading event of the year and we hope you will continue to join us as we sit down with Taff throughout the rest of the year to dissect each book.

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