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5 responses to “Author Interview | Ever wonder how to insert Welsh #FairyTales into the back-story arc of your #HistFic novel? Learn how as I chat with Elizabeth Jane Corbett on behalf of her debut novel “The Tides Between”

    • Hallo Ms Corbett!

      :) I am so thankful you dropped by today – I loved being a part of your blog tour, especially as it was such a keen topic to discuss – of how to pair fairy tales & folk legends into the backbone of a Historical novel! :) Putting together this interview was a joy of mine and I am thankful you’ve enjoyed seeing how I rounded out our conversation, today! I love getting a bit of insight into the stories I want to be reading; thus, I try to engage with the heart of their messages prior to reading and then share those insights with my readers. Very kind of you to send me feedback on behalf of my blog; I truly love being a book blogger. May you have a blessed holiday season, Ms Corbett!

      • Mwyneuwch y Wyliau i chi hefyd. (Welsh)

        Enjoy the holidays to you too. (English)

        *Amended this comment for my readers to know, the author kindly wished me Happy Holidays in Welsh! Isn’t that lovely!? I feel so blessed! I thought this might be the case but I quickly found a Welsh translator online and confirmed! (big grins)

    • Thanks for your lovely compliment, Ms Bruno!

      I enjoyed putting this post together for Ms Corbett. The layers she stitched inside this Historical YA were quite impressive to explore and I am thankful for her kindness to reveal her process in writing it. I know my readers and those following the tour will be as delighted as I was by seeing the back-story of how she laid down the foundation to merge Welsh Fairy Tales into a convicting Historical narrative.

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