“As a woman, there are things you see on a daily basis that you get numb to them. But what if you could put those ragey feelings somewhere? And this book is where I put it.” – Halley Sutton
Halley Sutton is a writer and editor who lives in Los Angeles. She is a Pitch Wars mentor and holds a bachelor’s degree in creative writing from the University of California Santa Cruz, and a master’s degree in writing from Otis College of Art and Design. Her writing has appeared in CrimeReads, Monday Night magazine, and more. The Lady Upstairs is her debut novel.
Connect with Halley on her website, Instagram, and Twitter.
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Also mentioned in today’s episode:
How Contemporary Crime Books are Exposing Society Inequities by Steph Auteri for the Feminist Book Club blog
They Never Learn by Layne Fargo review + interview by Natalia Santana-Pollard for the Feminist Book Club blog
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