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4 responses to “Author Interview | The British Agent Trilogy series blog tour by Montana #IndieWriter, MK McClintock jump starts on #JLASblog with a writerly interview!

    • Thank you, Dawn for dropping by my interview with MK McClintock!

      I apologise for my belated reply! I had meant to respond closer to the time this interview posted,… the main thing I wanted to convey is that I too, was drawn to read Ms McClintock’s stories based on where they were set and the style in which they were written! I’m still reading Alaina Claiborne and am hopeful that my thoughts will finally post this month (July) at long last! Which stories of hers have become your favourites!? (out of the series?)

      *ps: the author thanked you for your visit, too! :)

  1. Thank you, Jorie! I can’t remember the last time I enjoyed an interview so much. Yes, you are what I’d also call a kindred spirit, and I could continue this conversation with great pleasure. I had to smile when you mentioned “White Christmas.” I wore out my first VHS copy of that movie which my mother kindly replaced. I do prefer natural fibers, and that’s not always easy to find in yarns–at least around here. I have my heart set on learning Fair Isle knitting. Thank you again for a wonderful time here! – MK

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