How thrilled I am to bring Sonja Yoerg back to Women's Fiction Writers! Over the past year I've gotten to know Sonja as we're both members of Tall Poppy Writers (check out Tall Poppy Writer here). Sonja is wicked smart, a devoted friend, and real adventurer! Oh -- and how could I forget? She writes a kick ass novel! You'll not only learn about Sonja's real and writerly journeys below, but get … [Read more...] about Author Interview: Sonja Yoerg Shares Tips For Kicking Out Your Writer Doubt
I'm such a rebel. Not really. But today I am sharing something a little different with you, my WFW friends. In celebration of the release of Lorrie Thomson's third novel, A Measure of Happiness, I've asked her THREE things I was very curious about. When I interview any author I ask questions I really want the answers to, figuring if it's interesting to me, it might be interesting to all of you … [Read more...] about Author Interview: Three Questions For Author Lorrie Thomson Who Explores Writing & Inspiration For Her Third Novel
Today is launch day for Kristy Woodson Harvey's debut novel, DEAR CAROLINA. Below, you'll learn how Kristy mined her own life as a new mom to write this book that explores the bonds of motherhood in its many forms. I met Kristy through Tall Poppy Writers, a cooperative of women authors and am thrilled to help her celebrate her debut. Plus, she told me her mom's book club read THE GLASS WIVES, … [Read more...] about Author Interview: Debut Author Kristy Woodson Harvey’s Fourth Manuscript Is The One That Sold First!
Sometimes you just click with someone, and that's how it was for me and my friend, author Holly Robinson. I'm not sure even how or when we first connected, likely due to her first novel with NAL, The Wishing Hill, which was published around the same time as The Glass Wives. TODAY, Holly is launching her third novel with NAL, HAVEN LAKE (and has another coming out in the Fall, OMG). The best part … [Read more...] about Author Interview: Author Holly Robinson Talks About Emotion, Mystery, and Names—Oh My!