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3 responses to “A quickfire Q&A | conversing about the Historical Romance: “The Bachelor’s Bride” (The Thompsons of Locust Street, Book One) by Holly Bush

    • The pleasure was mine, Ms Bush! :) I was thankful I could put together this Q&A for you and I learnt quite a bit about what inspires your stories and what makes you excited about writing the stories you’re publishing. I thought the convo turnt out brilliant!

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