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May 13, 2021

In this episode, Jaye and I discuss how finding her grandfather’s WWI draft card paired with the time she spent living in New Orleans provided the seeds for this historical women’s fiction, how the protagonist’s name was taken from an old Constance Bennett film, and what it requires in terms of time and energy to publish your own work.

JAYE BURKE is a southern historian, genealogist, and bestselling author whose focus is primarily set in the 19th and early to mid-20th centuries. She is a member of Women's Fiction Writers Assn., Romance Writers of America, Georgia Writers Assn., and Independent Book Publishers of America. A former advertising artist and copywriter, Jaye is originally from Birmingham, Alabama, a former resident of New Orleans and Mandeville, LA, and now lives with her husband in Atlanta, Georgia.

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