Dear WFW Friends, I've interviewed quite a few Bell Bridge Books authors and it's always a treat! Katherine Scott Crawford's historical novel, KEOWEE VALLEY, is steeped in Katherine's personal history. She took a setting, an idea, a notion, a feeling, a passion — mixed it with research — and wrote a novel. What a wonderful reminder that everything around us can be fodder for our stories, if we … [Read more...] about Author Katherine Scott Crawford Says "Women’s Fiction Is, Simply, Darn Good Fiction"
It's been just about 18 months since I launched Women's Fiction Writers, can you believe it? And in that time I've featured debut women's fiction authors, best-selling women's fiction authors, some indie women's fiction authors. But one of the most special things to me is when the author being featured is an author I've admired for a long time. Another favorite thing is when an author is an IRL … [Read more...] about Author Kelly O'Connor McNees Says: Recommit To Your Purpose Every Day, And Write The Book You Want To Read
My path crosses with Erika Robuck's in so many places that I truly don't remember where or how we first met! What I do remember very well is how I felt when I read an early copy of Hemingway's Girl. It's an incredibly vivid fictional account of a young woman who works for Ernest Heminway in 1935 Key West. I felt transported to a time and place I'd never been, and I felt like I was looking inside … [Read more...] about Author Erika Robuck's Journey To Publication Takes Her Back In Time As She Heads For The Future