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Book Realities

Trish Dulka

Season 3, Ep. 7

On the eve of this year's Kentucky Derby, join Trish Dulka and her editor, Alix Kwan as they celebrate the 1-year anniversary of the release of Trish's novel, Chances Are. Learn how being a horse (and boy) focussed teenager provided the core ideas that would eventually grow into a novel and why Trish decided to finally publish using the Independent author pathway.

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