#68: Scent in Fiction with Erica Bauermeister

In this episode, Frauke sits down with New York Times bestselling author Erica Bauermeister to discuss the focus of scent in fiction. 
 
Erica shares what the sense of smell means to her, explains what she believes people get wrong about the sense, and gives her perspective on its potential. 
 
She tells Frauke about her journey to writing fiction, including what brought her to incorporate scent as a focal theme (hint: Italian food may have been involved).  
 
Erica also talks about the time she lost her sense of smell, inconveniently right as she embarked on her bestselling novel The Scent Keeper (btw it was a Reese's Book Club pick).
 
After listening to this episode, I know you'll be inspired not only to read her books, but to connect with your own sense of smell more. What a gift!
 
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#68: Scent in Fiction with author Erica Bauermeister
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