The best fiction feels like it’s pulled from real life. It captures events and experiences that we all relate to, and then pushes them beyond what we could ever imagine. They take us to the places we know and then tell the story we’ve always wanted to read.
In this episode of Makers we talk to entrepreneur-turned-best-selling-author Eliot Peper, about how his own past startup experience provided the necessary verisimilitude for his page-turning techno thriller trilogy Uncommon Stock.
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