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Aug 30, 2018

Listen to Rachel discuss the life-changing trip to Italy that inspired this debut novel, the experiences that led her to finally publish through a small press, and how a piece of her is up in space orbiting the planet for the next few thousand years.

Rachel enjoys reading and writing, preferably set in exotic places....

Aug 17, 2018

Denitta describes how setting her first novel in Kansas City during the Roaring ‘20’s was an historical goldmine, why she thinks you should write at least two books before publishing, and how she learned everything she needed to know about self-publishing from one on-line course.

Denitta Ward writes historical and...

Aug 14, 2018

Elena talks about the challenges of writing in two historical periods, how her WFWA critique group helps her by being tough, and how she uses writing instead of television for stress relief.

Elena was born in Ukraine and came to New York City as a refugee with her family at age 17. She is somewhat obsessive about...

Aug 9, 2018

Hear how humor writer Marianne Hansen had to overcome self-doubt before she could write her book, what made her decide to self-publish, the differences between NYC and Montana, and how she thinks meals that come in a box are the best thing going.

writer, wife, mother of 3 and purchaser of shoes.  I live in Montana with...

Aug 8, 2018

Eldonna tells us why she set her book in the 1960’s, how she can still remember what it was like to be eleven, why she chose a children’s Sunday school song for her title, and how her decision to donate a kidney to a stranger became an award-winning PBS documentary.

She grew up in a large family nestled between...