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2 responses to “Author Interview | Discussing her Cosy Historical Mysteries about Lady Evelyn whilst celebrating the fifth release of the series “The Quality of Mercy” with Malia Zaidi

  1. What a fascinating interview! The 1920s is a time period I don’t know much about, and I love learning through fiction. It’s nice to see the author has an interest in that time period. I bet it helps a lot in the writing process.

    Always fun to see what the author was thinking while writing their book.

    • Hallo, Hallo Peyton,

      Ooh, I’m like you!! (smiles) I love finding out what an author is thinking about during their writerly process to tell the story they’re writing. I love hosting interviews (on my blog or through @SatBookChat) for this reason. It is one of the mainstays of Jorie Loves A Story – interactive interviews and/or short Q&As where I can dive into a writer’s head and see everything from their perspective. When it comes to the 1920s, I admit, I’ve felt as if I’ve spent an incredible amount of time in that decade due to reading Historical Fiction stories (both traditional or Historical Romances) as much as I seek out period dramas which are equally riveting for having been set during the Roaring Twenties. The fashion and style was ahead of its time as well. The whole early 1900s fascinate me from 1900-1949.

      I’m glad this gave you a bit of an introduction to one of my favourite 20th Century decades!!

      I’m hoping one day I can either borrow this series through my library OR purchase copies in print to begin reading them myself.

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