I’m regretting calling it The Reluctant Fundamentalist
Who do you think you are, Angelina Jolie?
Sometimes I nearly start crying on stage
Seinfeld was the highlight of my television work
"I think the most sex averse audience is American"
If HMV was still open I’d have sold a million copies
When Hugh Howey first set out to write Wool, he imagined it as a short novel read by a small number of his online fans.
As the fans demanded more, and the numbers increased, Howey’s short novel became a full length book.
Sales of the self published work mainly by word of mouth drove it up The New York Times bestseller’s list.
Now Filmmaker Ridley Scott has bought the film rights and the story is being adapted for the screen.
Hugh Howey’s success is being compared to that of another online self-published author EL James.
Hugh Howey joined Orla Barry on The Green Room: