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Listen to an exclusive interview with Joe Hill. Joe discusses his latest novel The Fireman, the writers that have inspired him, and why he is so passionate about listening to audiobooks.

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He is definitely Stephen King's son😁

Even though he looks and sounds like his dad, Stephen King, Joe Hill has his own persona.

Highly recommend his books!!!

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Great to know few insights into Joe Hill's writing

it should have lasted a little longer...may be 10 minutes more...I didn't like the way the interview ended abruptly.. the end could have been better

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Joe Hill loves audiobooks

This is such a fun short interview to listen to. Joe Hill has a ton of enthusiasm here for the topics that he talks about. My favorite part of the interview is when he speaks at length on his love audiobooks, why he loves them, and how he feels about listening to his own work. I downloaded and listened to this just as I am also currently in the middle of listening to The Fireman, so I think that made it extra neat for me. I love that this interview was a free listen too. Thank you, Audible.

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Facinating incite to the craft<br />

It is great to hear a writer express the same feeling I get from audiobooks

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  • A. Paes
  • Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro Brazil
  • 03-06-18

Curta entrevista de Joe Hill

Curta entrevista de Joe Hill falando sobre o livro Firemsn, como é sua relação com áudio livros e sobre o processo criativo.

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interesting interview

learned a bit about hill and his family i didn't know. i definately recommend it if you like joe hill or are thinking about reading any

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Thanks, Audible

Things like this free interview and the new "Channels" make being a subscriber special. Loved this first-hand insight into Hill's work and process.

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If you're a Joe Hill fan...

...then why wouldn't you download a free interview with him. Features fun insight into what it was like growing up in a house full of wordsmiths.

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Have three Hill books and this interview and love

his work, have and extensive collection of SEK (his Dad) books, around 20 and hope to get as large a Hill books library, have been reading SEK since 1978 and Hill since 2016 or 2017, I think that Hill has an edge to his writing that Steve lacks now

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A great listen after The Fireman.

Joe Hill seems to have fun, and admits jokingly having the unfair advantage of his whole family serving as a top-notch writer's workshop.

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  • Raven
  • 12-28-17

Interesting Interview

It's always interesting to hear interviews with authors who write in a genre I enjoy reading. I liked that Joe Hill doesn't think of his work as one specific genre but a mixture of many genres. It certainly works for his books.