10 Things Ya Didn’t Know You Wanted to Know About Jenni L. Walsh

***Calling Debut Authors! Now Accepting Applications for the 2018 Debutante Ball! Read this post to learn more. Hurry! The deadline is July 28!*** This week the Debs are sharing things about themselves that might be weird, strange or that most people might not know. So, hi, I’m Jenni and… 1. When I was little, my mom would…
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Someone is Going to Read This

This week’s topic is about the Debs’ fears when it comes to someone reading our novel and writing about uncomfortable topics–anything from sex to family conflicts, and/or events pulled from real life. How do the Debs handle it? When I first began researching my novel, FEAST OF SORROW, one of the interesting things that I learned about…
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History, Politics, and Sequels: An Interview with Jennifer (and a MODERN GIRLS Giveaway!)

MODERN GIRLS by Jennifer S. Brown

Ooh, how fun! I get to be the guest author this week. I’ll just make myself cozy here. Why, yes, those cookies look lovely. I’ll have twelve. How could I say no to a cup of tea? Sure, go ahead and splash a dash of bourbon in there. Now, let’s settle in for a nice…
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My Grandmother’s Purse & Why It’s So VINTAGE

Congratulations to Susan Gloss on the launch of Vintage today! It’s a wonderful read filled with treasure for both women’s fiction fans and vintage enthusiasts, and it’ll make you want to rummage through your closet with a close friend to rediscover the stories behind the items we keep. We are so excited for you, Susan!…
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SUSANNA CALKINS on 5 Ways to Get the Writing Done as a Distracted Writer + GIVEAWAY of A MURDER AT ROSAMUND’S GATE

Today we’re lucky to have historical mystery novelist Susanna Calkins with us. Susanna is serious about the history in her historicals—she’s a PhD! (She drops some research on us in just a minute!) Originally from Philadelphia, today Susanna lives in Chicago with her husband and two sons. She’s an educator and works in faculty development…
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