Bailey Gaines and I chat about our stories in Springtime in Surrey, ballet, stiff upper lips, and much more.
Guest Katja H. Labonté shares some behind-the-scenes notes about The Tussie-Mussie, her story in the Springtime in Surrey anthology.
Guest Erika Mathews chats about writing books while mothering her three children. How does this busy mom balance things?
Guest Grace A. Johnson shares four tips for keeping short-form romance simple. Which one might be helpful for your next novella?
Special guest Rachel Leitch chats about what Young Adult fiction means to her.
Blog Swap guest Kellyn Roth chats about life, fiction, and faith.
Let's chat with author Therese Heckenkamp about children, sleep deprivation, and first drafts.
Friends, today we have a guest talking about a topic that's pretty familiar to me: red hair. Please welcome author Kellyn Roth!
Friends, today we have a guest who made her publishing debut in the same book I did: Anything. Please welcome Mary P.!
Today, my friends, we have a special treat. Katherine Reay has popped by for a visit! Andrea Cox: The London House is in the new-to-you genre of time-slip fiction (featuring contemporary and the historical eras covering the years 1928-1941). While I’ve adored your contemporary stories and look forward to reading your single nonfiction title, I’m… Continue reading Q&A with Katherine Reay