I’m hopping over the water today for my first UK-based blog – a Q&A with Calum at “The Secret Writer.” Calum had some great questions, like asking what made me decide to write historical fiction in the first place – but I can’t promise my answers are always serious.
“Female characters in historical books get to wear much better clothes than modern heroines. I’d much rather be describing a silk stola or a Renaissance kirtle than some appalling tunic-and-jeggings combination.”
Come on over to England to read the rest! And Calum, thanks again for having me.
Judith Starkston wrote my first and fabulous blogger review for “Empress of the Seven Hills,” and I was delighted when she also invited me over to her blog for a Q&A! She has some great questions, like whether it was harder to find lasting romance in ancient Rome than in the modern day. Plus, there’s a sneak preview on what I’m writing about in my next book!
Hint: not ancient Rome.
To find out, click on over to Judith’s blog! Judith, thanks so much for having me.