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She Said, on Next Steps Radio

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February and April are He Said/She Said months on Next Steps Radio!

In February, the men had their turn. This is She Said, the conclusion to our gender wars panel discussion on the question: does gender count when it comes to writing thrillers? Are there differences between the two sets of authors and the books they write? And the biggie: is one gender more likely to be successful than the other?

Please join host and award-winning suspense novelist Jenny Milchman as she talks to two female authors about whether sex matters.

Nina Sadowsky is a filmmaker who has written numerous screenplays and produced such films as "The Wedding Planner," starring Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey, "Lost Souls," starring Winona Ryder, "Desert Saints," starring Kiefer Sutherland, and "Northern Lights" starring Diane Keaton. Sadowsky is also an adjunct professor at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, where she teaches producing and script development. JUST FALL is her debut novel.

Wendy Tyson is an author, lawyer and former therapist from Philadelphia. She writes two series, the Allison Campbell Mystery Series and the Greenhouse Mystery Series. Wendy is a member of Sisters in Crime and International Thriller Writers, and she is a contributing editor for The Big Thrill and The Thrill Begins, International Thriller Writers’ online magazines.

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