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The Dark Mind Podcast

Boris Bacic

Season 11, Ep. 4

Boris Bacic is a prolific writer whose horror novels have dominated both traditional and self-publishing platforms, claiming the coveted #1 bestselling ranks.

He joins Vince on the show to discuss his recent work "Mirror World."

They discuss the multiverse theory of the universe, the research he does in order to write from the point of view of a younger character, his navigation of the fine line between prolific output and being a workaholic, as well as his upcoming work.







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