But the main reason this is a short post is because I want to refer you to another, longer one somewhere else. Although somewhat of a dunce at marketing, as you may have figured out from this blog, I love talking about my books and my writing and even my research. I’ve been fortunate to encounter several good interviewers already, each with different questions and her own take on publishing and books in general—for those interviews, see the blogs of L.M. David, Diane Mulligan, and Nicky Ticky. And now, just this week, Liza Perrat of Triskele Books interviewed me for the Triskele Book Club.
A Word on Triskele
I met Liza on GoodReads, the Internet book club. She tackled The Golden Lynx as part of the Historical Fictionistas group read there, and I returned the favor when Historical Fictionistas selected her book Spirit of Lost Angels for its next group read. She then asked me to do this interview, and I was happy to agree. But since we both belong to writers’ cooperatives—still a pretty rare thing in publishing—we decided also to exchange comments about that experience. Those posts are on the Triskele blog and, in a slightly different format, here: “Writing Alone and Together.”
So lots of material to read. I’d better sign off and let you get cracking!
|Russian Noblewoman, 16th Century|
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