An Interview with Antoine Vanner

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Please welcome author Antoine Vanner who answers questions about his impressive seafaring series, the Dawlish Chronicles. He discusses historical naval fiction and writing in general. What do you write? I write historic naval fiction and I’ve wanted to break new ground in the genre, most of which is set in the 1775-1815 period. I’ve chosen […]

Interview with Mike Harris


Mike, thanks for the opportunity to talk with you. I’m thrilled to have you and to learn about you and your involvement in your grandfather’s work, especially Pegasus Falling and It Never Was You, the first two books of the Cypress Branches Trilogy. It’s a thrill to be here, Susan. Thank you so much for […]

Jen Blood: An Interview


INTERVIEW WITH Jen Blood Hi, Jen, I’m just thrilled to talk about your totally lovable character Erin Solomon and her mystery series. I devoured the first three books in Erin’s series, couldn’t put it down. First things first: please give us a quick synopsis of the series. The series features investigative reporter Erin Solomon, who is trying […]

Darcy Scott: Interview


“Reese’s Leap is the second book in my Maine Island Mystery Series (and sequel to Matinicus), which features the hard-drinking, womanizing Gil.” Darcy, it’s wonderful to have you back talk about your spectacular new book, REESE’S LEAP, starring that loveably besotted dendrologist, Gil Hodges. I drank in the book, couldn’t put it down. Then I re-read the prologue. […]

Interview with Wayne Zurl

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“Most important to me is that my stories sound good. The cadence has to be there; no bumps or hang-ups. Even though I can’t dance very well, I want my writing to have rhythm.”   I’m thrilled to have author Wayne Zurl with us today. Susan, Thanks for inviting me to your blog to meet your […]