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3 responses to “Author Interview| Conversing with historical fiction #IndieWriter Sherryl Caulfield

  1. Ladies, I wasn’t able to read the entire interview, but I read enough to know this series interests me! With words like “visceral,” “Titanic,” the hard-working nature of the women then, and quoting the bible, I’m compelled! :) Thanks, gals!

    • Hallo Ms. Donna Marie,

      I was so very happy this interview resonated with you! :) It is definitely an interview to read back over when you have a moment to spare — I can honestly say it was one of my favourite conversations I’ve had since I became a book blogger! I love how we were able to talk in depth about a variety of topics that do not always come out of author-reader interviews!

      The quotes from the Bible I’m thankful to have learnt recently — it will make blogging a bit easier for me now that I have a -go to resource- where I understand the permissions!

      How smashing you visited the author’s website & left a note about how you found her via my blog stop! My gratitude for the note left there and the lovely tweet you posted! May you be one of the lucky 5! :)

      • I hope I’m lucky, too, Jorie :) And what I DID read of this, I was enjoying. I just couldn’t take the time to REALLY read the whole thing. If I end up reading these books, I’m sure I’ll revisit this :) My biggest problem is my total lack of time and being inundated. I haven’t been able to figure out how to cut back so I can do stuff offline. *sigh* Hopefully soon!

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