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2 responses to “Author Interview | Discussing her Historical Women’s Fiction release “She Wears the Mask” with Shelly Stratton

    • You’re most welcome, Ms Bruno!

      I’ve been enjoying interviewing your authors this year – lots of interesting stories to fetch to read and a lot of lovely conversations to be shared and enjoyed throughout the past eight months! I am grateful I can continue to interview them and seeing where our conversations take us as each author brings something unique to the interviews themselves. Thanks for dropping by – I was offline whilst this was finding everyone on the blog tour. Our storms have been brutal this year which are leaving me a bit disconnected – at least throughout August where it seems like it brings another bad storm everyday or every other day! I’m looking forward to Autumn and Winter now; where the temperatures will settle down and perhaps I’ll have a bit more peace from the storms! Glad everyone has been enjoying this conversation.

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