Here's the thing: I spend a lot of time online. I found author Wendy Wax online, although I can't tell you how or what I looking for at the time. But I can tell you that I thought -- who is this author and where has she been all my life? My first Wendy Wax read was Single in Suburbia. I read it because I am. I am single and I am in suburbia (often referred to as Mayberry). The book was both … [Read more...] about Guest Post by Author Wendy Wax: "Women's Fiction is Packed with Facts"
I read The Weird Sisters this spring -- and then my friend, CP and fellow women's fiction (and other things) writer Pamela Toler and I met author Eleanor Brown at The Printers Row Lit Fest in Chicago! That makes welcoming her to Women's Fiction Writers even more fun for me! I'm sure you wanted to see that photo again so I included it (I never want to disappoint! ;-) ). The Weird Sisters is an … [Read more...] about Author Eleanor Brown Talks About The Weird Sisters, Writing in First Person Plural and Sticking to her Guns
Today is exciting - it's a two-fer on Women's Fiction Writers! I "met" Denise Dietz (aka Mary Ellen Dennis) and her husband Gordon Aalborg (aka Victoria Gordon) when I interviewed Keith Cronin. Gordon was Keith's editor for Me Again and contributed to the conversation in the comments section. Deni emailed me that they really enjoyed the blog. Ta-dah! An interview was born. Deni and Gordon write … [Read more...] about What Do You Get When Two Writers Marry? A Great Interview!
I met author Liz Michalski through Backspace and knew she would be a great addition to Women's Fiction Writers as soon as I read the first chapter of Evenfall. There's a lot of overlap under this broad umbrella genre, which is one of the reasons it appeals to me -- to most of us. The nuances we write into our stories is what makes them special. The imagination is what makes them fiction. Liz is … [Read more...] about Interview with Women's Fiction Author Liz Michalski