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The Value of Finding Sensitivity Readers when Writing Intercultural Fiction

The Florida Writer Podcast

Release Date: 05/08/2021

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The challenge to writing authentic intercultural fiction is not only conducting massive amounts of research but finding individuals who will help you decipher how you address sensitive topics. Author Hannah Edington Tekle talks with Florida Writer Podcast host Alison Nissen about the challenges of finding sensitivity readers who help ensure her work's credibility and sincerity. 

Hannah Edington Tekle uses fiction to illuminate life in developing nations and to show the multi-dimensional elements of foreign aid, charity, and economic empowerment in a way that both educates and entertains. In addition to her own work, Hannah has worked as a ghostwriter for over three years and written 70+ novels, as well as quite a few books on business topics for CEOs, thought leaders, and branded finance personalities. She had also written a number of novellas and books on the topic of income generation and how-to guides.  Among these, she has had multiple books on the Amazon genre bestseller list as well as many number one new releases.

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