Sometimes when you tell a tale you may think you're done with it, but it's not done with you.A deep dive with Terry Shepherd about Mending What Is Broken.
Mending What Is Broken was born out of a short story about a man names Peter Sanguedolce. But Peter was too good to lose. He had more of a story to tell.
Listen to the backstory of how a short story evovled into a novel.
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