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2 responses to “Author Interview | Conversing with #HistFic novelist Natalie Meg Evans on her writerly technique to bring the past to life! #Bookouture

  1. Carolyn Steele

    What an absolutely brilliant interview! As a fellow historical writer, it’s fascinating to read what inspires other authors and how their creative juices flow. “A Gown of Thorns” sounds like a sumptuous read–now at the very top of my “must read” list!

    • Thank you so much, Ms Steele!

      I was hoping my interviews feat. the Bookouture authors might have extended into continued showcases with them but sadly, I couldn’t make this happen. I am planning a *big!* surprise for my readers who loved this interview series for my 5th Year as a Book Blogger in 2018! I was totally inspired and moved by how open + honest the authors were responding to my questions! They gave me such an uplift of joy giving me such wicked good conversations from a reader who was itching to read their stories but wanted to feature their works ahead of time! Yes, I know! Isn’t this the truth!? I thought this one had a lot of the components I am mad to find in Historicals myself and thereby, it’s remains one of my most longed after reads! :)

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