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4 responses to “Author Interview | Conversing about Japan, the Hiro Hattori Novels & the 16th Century with Susan Spann!

    • Hallo, Hallo Ms Spann!

      I loved being able to bring this conversation to my readers! Esp those of whom might not have yet had the pleasure of meeting your characters! I felt the travelogue additions were the best way in which to have everyone ‘feel’ as if they had travelled alongside you to Japan!

      It’s always such a warm pleasure hosting you, Ms Spann! Wicked happy you’ve enjoyed where the conversation led, too!

  1. Andrea Stoeckel

    Love the new look Jori! Wow, this series sounds so wonderful. You are worth every minute I read your blog! And Susan….the work is mind boggling

    • Thank you, for such a wonderful compliment, Andrea! :) Bless you for giving me such wonderful feedback – not only on the aesthetic appeal of my blog but how much you love absorbing what I am sharing with my readers! Have a blessed night!

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