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10 articles tagged as interviews

Two awesome interviews in one week…what’s a girl to do with all this wonderful company? So…sit back, and let me introduce you to Melissa Miller. Tell us about the inspiration for your book? You know, it’s so hard to articulate. Different pieces of the plot were percolating in my mind for a long time, and they coalesced into the book. I knew I wanted to write a thriller. I knew I wanted to have …

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We’re today’s stop on Emlyn Chand’s blog tour…pull up and seat and read her awesome responses to my horrid grilling…*grins* Tell us about the inspiration for your book? Everything started with a single image—my face in these tacky oversized sunglasses reflecting out at me from the car’s side mirror. I was daydreaming while my husband drove us across Michigan for my sister’s wedding. Something about my image really struck me in an almost horrific …

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Today’s guest is Peter Balaskas…we’re a stop on his blog tour today. Please read on for a fun, lovely interview…how can you not like someone who uses the phrase “Therein lies the rub”? Please tell us about your latest book. What inspired you to write it? My first published book was a short novel called THE GRANDMASTER, which was also published by Bards and Sages Press. I have been outlining a whole series of …

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1. Please, tell us about your latest book. [Gordon Kessler] Jezebel is actually a revision of my very first thriller novel. I wrote the first version back in 1991, got a publishing contract on it a couple of months later, then waited three years for it to be published. On the same week that 10,000 copies were to roll off the press, I got word that the publishing house had gone bankrupt. It took …

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Margaret Marr’s interview with me is now up. It was a lot of fun to do, she asked some great questions. It snowed…no, now I look up out the window, snow should not be in the past tense, it is snowing, and I am rather depressed about it because I had a field full of grape hyacinth and early snow glories just come out, and things were budding and I was anticipating the color …

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Alisha Paige interviewed me for her blog, asking some wonderful questions. Also I’m giving away a copy of The Chocolateir’s Wife. 🙂 Please check in and comment!

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The Holidays slowed this project down, but now we’re back with some wonderful answers.  I asked Joely a little bit about her writing past and about her plans for the future: <!– /* Style Definitions */ p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal {mso-style-parent:””; margin:0in; margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:12.0pt; font-family:”Times New Roman”; mso-fareast-font-family:”Times New Roman”;} @page Section1 {size:8.5in 11.0in; margin:1.0in 1.25in 1.0in 1.25in; mso-header-margin:.5in; mso-footer-margin:.5in; mso-paper-source:0;} div.Section1 {page:Section1;} –> I wrote a few poems in high school (required for …

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Over at her website, I discuss one of my favorite bits about writing The Chocolatier’s Wife…the letters between William and Tasmin. We go on to discuss Hades… I’ve always loved mythology of all sorts, but I like ones about death and underworld, too.  I always loved the tales of Hades carrying Persephone down to his domain, but I always thought he got the short end of the bargain in the end.  I thought about …

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OK, lame title, but…The Chocolatier’s Wife has been featuared on Danette’s Chatting Lounge, along with her Friday Five, which is all about me.  (Yes, it’s almost Friday again…I just never got to post this lovely news.) Because of Danette’s lovely help, I also got a plug on Vampire Wire.  Very exciting.  🙂  Thank you Danette! So.  Hum.  Mundane life.  Interesting things that I can’t talk about because they have to do with work abound.  …

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I would like to announce that my second book, The Chocolatier’s Wife, will be published in eBook form June the 20th.  Paperback will follow early 2009. I am completely in love with the cover, and the inside…the inside is lovely.  Every chapter starts with that marvelous graphic.  Deena Fisher has truly created a marvel. Also, Apryl Duncan from Fiction Addiction conducted a really fantastic interview and featured me in the latest newsletter!  You can …

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