Adriana Trigiani on Discipline and the Writing Life
From the Write-minded Podcast, Hosted by Brooke Warner and Grant Faulkner
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This week’s episode is a celebration of discipline with author Adriana Trigiani, who says that the creative expression is the highest expression of our souls. As such, discipline is honoring the gift. We delve into what Adriana learned about working as a writer for the show, A Different World, and her take on the vast changes in the publishing world from her vantage point as a veteran author of more than twenty books. An insightful show that celebrates working hard!
Adriana Trigiani is the bestselling author of twenty books of fiction and nonfiction, including her latest, The Good Left Undone, an instant New York Times bestseller, Book of the Month pick, and People’s Book of the Week. Her work is published in 38 languages around the world. An award-winning playwright, television writer/producer and filmmaker, Adriana’s screen credits include writer/director of the major motion picture of her debut novel, Big Stone Gap, the adaptation of her novel Very Valentine and director of Then Came You. Adriana lives in New York City with her family.