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Jun 23, 2022

Paulette took 18 years to finish this novel which deals with a secret rarely discussed in women’s fiction—the pleasure we seek and deserve in the sexual arena. Hear how Paulette’s personal experiences prepared her to tackle this controversial subject matter and how once she did, she put herself through a crash...


Jun 16, 2022

Enjoy our interview with Cherie Genua (Greetings from Tucson, indie-published, September 2021). Cherie, a self-described “woman in tech”, adds novelist to her resume with the release of this fictionalized account of her grandmother’s story, who lost her parents at a young age and then was separated from 2 of her...


Jun 9, 2022

In this episode, we talk with Rebecca Campbell about writing her debut off and on for over a decade before finally finishing it and deciding to take control of the entire project, including interior formatting, cover design, and publishing it through KDP. Hailing from a small town in Australia meant primarily marketing...


Jun 5, 2022

Our host Maggie Smith leads a roundtable discussion with the three finalists for the WFWA Star Award for Women's Fiction/Debut category as they discuss what it means to write "women's fiction", the trajectory of their writing careers, finding camaraderie with their peers, the value of book awards, and what they've...


Jun 2, 2022

Julia Daily's debut novel had its seeds in the author’s personal search over forty years ago for her birth mother, a time before DNA tests and genealogical records were available online. Her tale of three disparate women, meeting at a maternity home hospital in New Orleans, has resonated with adoptees like herself,...