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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Veronica Roth. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Veronica Roth, often where they are interviewed.

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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Veronica Roth. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Veronica Roth, often where they are interviewed.

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S3E5: “New Chapters” with Veronica Roth

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The super talented Veronica Roth, writer of the “Divergent” trilogy and “Chosen Ones,” joins us this week to talk about moving forward after successes, entering her 30’s, and her writing journey.

Find Veronica:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vrothbooks/?hl=en

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VeronicaRothBooks/

Website: https://veronicarothbooks.com/



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May 25 2020

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Veronica Roth on the consequences of fame

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Veronica Roth’s latest dystopian novel, Chosen Ones, explores the negative side of fame. Veronica joins host Angela Ledgerwood to discuss building dystopian worlds in her novels, being critiqued in the media and how the unexpected success of her first novel, Divergent, lead her to undergo therapy in her early 20’s.

May 06 2020

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Veronica Roth, Author (Divergent Series): Inspiration is Everywhere

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Listen if: You believe in the saying “everyone has a book inside of them”.


In this episode, Jess and Stef chat to Veronica Roth, the American novelist best known for the Divergent trilogy.

Ever wondered what goes on inside the wild mind of a fiction author? Veronica shares how a college psychology class inspired the Divergent Series, and how she sources inspiration everywhere, from science to music. Tune in to hear Veronica’s take on why the best creative work happens when we don’t try so hard, why fear is the enemy of great work and how she deals with bad reviews.


Veronica shares what a day in the life as a full time author looks like, offering tips and tricks on how to structure your day when working from home. Veronica openly shares how she manages anxiety and sets boundaries on social media to protect her mental health, plus she dishes all her knowledge on what it really takes to write a book, as well as what it’s like having a novel adapted for the big screen!


You can find Veronica on Instagram at @vrothbooks.

You can find Jess and Stef on Instagram at @howtwolive.


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To get in touch, email contact@howtwolive.com.

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Music by: Kausy

Edited by: Andy Maher 

Coordinated by: Bianca Wittner

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May 04 2020

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Two women, Best and Least, woke in a bright room. Best did so as if surfacing in a pool of water, her eyes wide and observant. Least woke with a start, and immediately slammed her back against the wall behind her, her arms splayed. Where are we? asked Best. Who the fuck are you? demanded Least. Now, now, came a voice from the doorway. There’s no need to be coarse. A tall, graceful Being entered the room, diaphanous fabric afloat around its slender body. | Copyright 2020 by Veronica Roth. Narrated by Stefan Rudnicki.

Apr 09 2020

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How Divergent Author Veronica Roth Learns From Criticism

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Welcome to the revamped Working. We’re pivoting to creativity! New hosts Rumaan Alam, Isaac Butler, and June Thomas will be talking to writers, musicians, designers, YouTubers, and other people with creative jobs about how they spend their days. 

This week, June talks with author Veronica Roth, who wrote the first draft of her novel Divergent when she was a senior at Northwestern University. She had sold more than 32 million books by the time she was 26, and next week, at the ripe old age of 31, she’ll publish her seventh novel, Chosen Ones

They talked about identifying your natural writing style, how to find the perfect person to offer feedback on your work, and making the switch from writing YA fiction. You’ll also hear how Kate Winslet helped her create more believable villains.

Afterward, Rumaan and Isaac talk about their own experiences with the workshopping process and the readers whose feedback they trust most—for Rumaan that’s Lynn Steger Strong, author of Hold Still; for Isaac that’s Sally Franson, author of A Lady’s Guide to Selling Out, and Catherine Nichols.)

Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com.

Podcast production by Morgan Flannery.

And if you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you’ll be supporting the work we do here on Working. It’s only $35 for the first year, and you can get a free two-week trial now at slate.com/workingplus

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Apr 05 2020

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Working: How Divergent Author Veronica Roth Learns From Criticism

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Welcome to the revamped Working. We’re pivoting to creativity! New hosts Rumaan Alam, Isaac Butler, and June Thomas will be talking to writers, musicians, designers, YouTubers, and other people with creative jobs about how they spend their days. 

This week, June talks with author Veronica Roth, who wrote the first draft of her novel Divergent when she was a senior at Northwestern University. She had sold more than 32 million books by the time she was 26, and next week, at the ripe old age of 31, she’ll publish her seventh novel, Chosen Ones

They talked about identifying your natural writing style, how to find the perfect person to offer feedback on your work, and making the switch from writing YA fiction. You’ll also hear how Kate Winslet helped her create more believable villains.

Afterward, Rumaan and Isaac talk about their own experiences with the workshopping process and the readers whose feedback they trust most—for Rumaan that’s Lynn Steger Strong, author of Hold Still; for Isaac that’s Sally Franson, author of A Lady’s Guide to Selling Out, and Catherine Nichols.)


Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com.

Podcast production by Morgan Flannery.

And if you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you’ll be supporting the work we do here on Working. It’s only $35 for the first year, and you can get a free two-week trial now at slate.com/workingplus

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Apr 05 2020

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CHAPTER 4: Spoiler - "The Fates Divide" by Veronica Roth

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In this chapter we will be discussing the second novel in the Carve the Mark series; The Fates Divide.

Oct 28 2019

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CHAPTER 4: Spoiler – “The Fates Divide” by Veronica Roth

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In his spoiler episode, we will be talking about the adventures of Cyra and Akos the protagonists of the story one last time. Veronica Roth’s two-book series is finished off with The Fates Divide novel in which the characters go through one last journey to win a fight. This is where we share our favourite parts of the books as well as the parts that we didn’t like.

Oct 28 2019

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CHAPTER 3: Non-spoiler – “Carve the Mark” by Veronica Roth

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A new Universe awaits you. In this non-spoiler episode, we will be covering the first novel in the Carve the Mark series written by Veronica Roth, well known for her Divergent series. In this episode, you will find out what will await you once you decide to read this book.

Oct 14 2019

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CHAPTER 3: Non spoiler - Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth

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A podcast episode that explores a new series written by the very well known author of the Divergent series; Veronica Roth. This non-spoiler chapter will dive into the newly created world of fate favoured characters.

Oct 14 2019

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