Interview with Jenetta James: Just Write It

Jenetta James stands out by her deceptively simple writing style that pulls you in like you are reading a memoir. I’m always curious to explore what’s behind a writer’s craft, and each writer tackles it differently. She allowed me to … Read More

Writer? Who, Me?

By Jenetta James Writing sneaked up and grabbed me when I wasn’t expecting it. I never had myself pegged as a novelist at all, until it was actually happening. I blinked, and it became part of the landscape. So I … Read More

Interview with Linda Beutler: Come Join the Snark Side

Linda Beutler recently let me interview her and discuss one of the many characteristics of her writing, her sense of humor. Anyone who has read her books knows it’s a necessary ingredient in her writing. Like Elizabeth Bennet, I dearly … Read More

Jane Austen’s Grandbabies #JaneAusten200

Today is the anniversary of Jane Austen’s death. People around the globe are remembering and celebrating with events all week long with get togethers, statue unveiling, dressing up, discussing her work and life, even traveling to England. You don’t hear … Read More

Interview: Karen M Cox, Other Era Maven

Karen M Cox, the award-winning author of Austen-inspired novels, stands out in the Jane Austen Fiction genre for taking Austen’s characters and placing them in not often explored historical settings. She allowed me to take the time to pick her … Read More

An Author’s Journey with Karen M Cox

Back in April, I had the opportunity to talk with readers during the Meryton Press Dear Friend Event about reading—mostly about how the meandering paths my reading history took have shaped and developed my love for books over the years. … Read More

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