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6 responses to “Author Interview | Conversing with Heather Webb on her passion for Rodin and #amwriting thought-provoking literary fiction for women!

  1. I’m so glad I discovered your informative interview with Heather Webb. I can’t wait to read Rodin’s Lover and this interview has me really intrigued. Thank you!

    And thank for linking this blog post to the Hump Day Blog Hop (held on the last Wednesday of every month). You have a terrific book blog – I’m on my second cup of tea cruising around your site to all the wonderful content.

    Great job and a lot of HARD work! ;)

    • Hallo, Hallo Ms Valerie,

      I was truly touched that you enjoyed visiting with me long enough to have your second cuppa tea! What a lovely honour & such a kind note to find! I remember I smiled a lot thinking about this as being a tea drinker myself, I know how much you can read whilst you enjoy your cuppa! I oft do the same whenever I’m visiting my fellow book blogger’s blogs and to hear someone else likes to do this too, truly was a lift of joy! I’m thankful my interview with Ms Webb intrigued you further into wanting to read Rodin’s Lover – hopefully by the time the book reached your hands, you enjoyed the story within!

      Bless you for this lovely comment and for acknowledging how hard all of us work ‘behind-the-blog’ and regularly engage with our audience and readers through the content we are presenting on our blogs. I’ve been truly humbled by this journey and I appreciate everyone whose ever taken the time to respond to one of my posts and given me a small note of acknowledgement for their presence and pleasure of finding my blog.

    • Welcome to my blog! :)

      I’m thankful you found the interview on the tour! Did you get a chance to read her debut novel about Josephine!? My review is forthcoming shortly on Rodin’s Lover but I must admit, I had a heap of fun crafting the questions I wanted to pitch to Ms Webb! It isn’t often I get to read a debut novelist and their second release within a year of each pub date!

      Drop back again soon!

    • Thank you, Lianne! :)

      I was in quite a stimulating convo tonight in #K8Chat, and although I saw your comment I thought it went through! I completely forgot you switched domains! lol :) I’m delighted over the moon you loved this interview as much as I had such a lot of joy composing it! I cannot wait to talk to you about Rodin’s Lover as I am still in the process of reading it!

      Til soon, dear friend!

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