Full disclosure: Mom gushing below because today's interview is brought to you by genetics. It's been a tradition here at Women's Fiction Writers to have someone interview me to celebrate the publication of one of my novels. Eleanor Brown interviewed me for The Glass Wives. Patti Callahan Henry interviewed me for The Good Neighbor. Today, I'm being interviewed by Zachary Gropper, my … [Read more...] about That Time My Son Interviewed Me About My Novel, Left To Chance
Oh, I am so sorry I've been MIA! I forgot how much work it is to get ready to launch a novel, to write another novel, and to be a freelance editor and book coach. Add in some nervousness and excitement and some things just fall to the side. Like laundry. Oh, the clothes are clean, but in a pile. Grab and go. That's me. I hope that's you too, and that you'll grab a copy of Left to Chance either … [Read more...] about Picking Favorites: Which One Of My Novels Do I Like Best?
When I moved back to the Philadelphia area about a year ago (time flies, right?) I didn't know so many of my neighbors would be writers -- but it seems to be true. One such neighbor is Janet Benton, whom I had the pleasure of meeting not long after I arrived, and right before the publication of her debut novel, Lilli de Jong. What I love about interviewing and talking to authors is how ever … [Read more...] about Author Interview: Janet Benton Spent 8000 Hours Writing Lilli de Jong
If you've been reading this blog for a while you know I adore epistolary novels, and now I have a new one to share with you. Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb has just hit bookshelves and it's a don't-miss historical novel set during World War I that follows Evie Elliot through her personal experiences and correspondences, mostly with her brother's best friend, Thomas … [Read more...] about Author Interview: Heather Webb & Hazel Gaynor Co-Author A New WWI Novel