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Author Daniel Griffin

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Daniel Griffin's new book Stopping for Strangers has been described as "sparkling" filled with "emotional complexity" and "strong, surprising and full of heart". 

It's a collection of short stories that delve into the
intricacies of family relationships. And it's been nominated for several major awards.

I enjoyed talking to Daniel about his writing and about how he is inspired by life with his three young children.

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