What’s it like to switch between novelist and script writer? Emma Donoghue knows

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Writing can be an isolating profession, sitting alone with just your thoughts and your computer. But not every form of storytelling has to happen in a vacuum

With novels, plays, radio and screenplays under her belt, author Emma Donoghue has seen every angle of the writer’s world. Our social book club, MashableReads, sat down with the acclaimed Irish-Canadian author to talk about what it means to be a solo and a collaborative writer.

Donoghue is known to American readers for her bestselling novel Room, a haunting story told from the perspective of a young boy named Jack who is raised in captivity with only his mother for company. Read more…

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