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Amy Ephron discusses her novel, “One Sunday Morning.” She begins by talking about prohibition in the 1920s and compares the era to that of the early 2000s. She talks about her characters’ journeys throughout the book and how she wanted to explore the idea of one small moment that could change someone’s life forever. She ends the interview with details of her writing process and her literary background: she was a self-taught writer who came from parents who were novelists, but picked up writing on her own.